The first twelve of the following books are for both scholars and general readers; I hold the unconventional opinion that a scholar's books should not be written only for other scholars. The last three books are for college and university students of the Christian faith.  To find out about a book or to obtain it, click on the title below the cover image.

The Commentary on Thomas Aquinas's Treatise on Law comes with a free online partner volume, the Companion to the Commentary, which is not shown below, but which you can download from this website or download from Cambridge University Press).

As an Amazon Associate, I do earn a pittance from qualifying purchases on some of the books on this page, if you use the links.  (I would earn something from all of them, if I could figure out how to get all the links to work.)  This does not affect the price you pay for the books.

Just to make sure the search engines index this page, permit me to add that these are books of J. Budziszewski on the topics of natural law, divine law, natural rights, philosophy, Christianity, sexuality, politics, happiness, college, and culture.