Reading Time: 7 minutes Louis Markos encourages students to prepare for active engagement with great ideas at the Christian liberal arts college.
The Journal Vol. VI – Spring 2013
Reading Time: 7 minutes Phillip J. Donnelly argues that a thorough grounding in grammar in a Christian Classical context prepares a student for the modern multiversity.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Erick Allen describes the difference between Classical rhetoric and rhetoric as taught in the secular university.
Reading Time: 7 minutes E. Christian Kopff explains why a Christian Classical education in the liberal arts is the best preparation for the challenges of the secular university.
Reading Time: 10 minutes Five admissions directors describe what their colleges offer for the kind of student they exist to serve.
Reading Time: 7 minutes John Heaton reviews Steven Garber’s The Fabric of Faithfulness: Weaving Together Belief and Behavior.
Reading Time: 13 minutes John Patrick argues that a truly Christian Classical education is the antidote for the myth of moral neutrality.