Reading Time: 11 minutes John D. Mays provides a rationale for the study of mathematics.
The Journal Vol. V – Winter 2012
Reading Time: 7 minutes Grant Horner argues that John Milton has much to teach us about developing a strong moral compass.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Andrew Kern explains how our work as educators changes when we focus on the affections.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Terrence O. Moore reminds us how friends and friendship shape our affections.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Linda Dey challenges us to fill our students’ imaginations with things that are both noble and lovely.
Reading Time: 6 minutes John Heaton reviews James K.A. Smith’s Desiring the Kingdom: Worship, Worldview and Cultural Formation.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Gene Edward Veith reveals how literature can give students the occasion to think and talk about that which is good, true, and beautiful.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Peter H. Vande Brake defines this issue’s topic and encourages educators to steer students’ desires in the right direction.