Reading Time: 10 minutes Stephen Richard Turley reviews the second book in James K.A. Smith’s trilogy on cultural liturgies.
The Journal Vol. VII – Spring 2014
Reading Time: 12 minutes Laura Berquist describes how classical education develops habits of thought which enable students to make right judgments.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Bethany Laursen shows how a uniquely Christian classical pedagogy can lead to educational excellence and human flourishing.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Jill Bergin McKinsey promotes teaching history and great books, not as isolated subjects, but as the unifying element of the curriculum.
Reading Time: 8 minutes Jason R. Edwards explains the centrality of the Trivium in classical schooling and lays out as many applications in today’s classical schools.
Reading Time: 8 minutes E. Christian Kopff argues that learning Latin is a necessity and delineates the benefits of doing so.
Reading Time: 8 minutes Peter Vande Brake explains the importance of teaching students to ask the right kind of questions.
Reading Time: 10 minutes Andrew Kern discusses the four foundational elements underlying classical education.
Reading Time: 9 minutes Ken Myers explores the mindset which gave birth to classical education.