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