Reading Time: 5 minutes Eric Warne reviews The Story-Killers by Terence O. Moore and examines its critique of the Common Core literature curriculum.
January 1, 2015
Reading Time: 10 minutes Ravi Jain demonstrates how metaphors help us make sense of science.
Reading Time: 9 minutes Kevin Clark asserts that the liberal arts are essential because they cultivate moral judgment, common sense, and taste.
Reading Time: 7 minutes David Wright illustrates all that goes into our coming to know what we know.
Reading Time: 9 minutes David Diener explores several metaphors which influence our understanding of the role of the teacher in education.
Reading Time: 9 minutes Gene Edward Veith explains the key role played by the imagination in opening minds to the truth of the Christian message.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Andrew Kern explains why the metaphors we embrace make all the difference.
Reading Time: 9 minutes Ken Myers shows that form and content cannot be separated in the consideration of how we come to know.
Reading Time: 10 minutes Esther Lightcap Meek delineates the argument for knowing as a love-drawn, dynamically unfolding, and interpersonal act.