January 20, 2022
3:30pm ET / 2:30pm CT
Joshua Gibbs discusses the vexing, liberating truths of Ecclesiastes in relation to classical Christian education. Solomon did not believe the world would get better, or that it would get worse, but that the world was caught in a constant, eternal present. What does this mean for a culture obsessed with “changing the world”?
Mr. Joshua Gibbs is the son of an Army diver, and the grandson of a man who once landed a passenger plane after the pilot had a heart attack. Now in his eleventh year as an educator, Gibbs is also the editor of FilmFisher, a sought-after conference speaker, and a frequent contributor at the Circe Institute. Josh holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of Idaho. At fifteen, Joshua fell in love with the woman he would one day marry. Paula and Joshua have two daughters, both of whom have seven names. Joshua's greatest academic interest is Late Antique Roman history, though he is also a caseophile and a collector of jazz records.