Reading Time: 8 minutes Martin Cothran asserts that Western Civilization and its synthesis of Greek, Roman, and Hebrew thought provides us with an understanding of humanity which is the necessary basis for true education.
The Journal Vol. VII – Fall 2014
Reading Time: 9 minutes Sean A. Riley provides an antidote to modern relativism by surveying the development of the understanding of the good life and its implications from classical to modern times.
Reading Time: 8 minutes Louis Markos describes glimpses of the light of Truth which appear in Greco-Roman literature showing how they point to the Truth of Scripture.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Jason R. Edwards explains why teaching the history of Western Civilization is so crucial and why it should not be replaced by World History.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Matthew Bianco reviews The Liberal Arts Tradition by Kevin Clark and Ravi Jain.
Reading Time: 8 minutes Laura Berquist explains how the thinking power of the child is developed through each stage of his education.
Reading Time: 6 minutes John Mason Hodges lays out the medieval understanding of beauty which gave rise to, among other things, the Gothic cathedral.
Reading Time: 8 minutes E. Christian Kopff argues that it is the content of classical education and the truth it imparts even more than the methodology which matters.