Christian and Humanist Education Part 2

Brad Birzer May 28, 2011

Presented at:
SCL Conference 2011


Christian Humanism, the history and theory of, with a focus on the twentieth century. Starting with Paul at Mars' Hill through the Patristic period, Birzer will briefly discuss the meaning of the liberal arts in the formation of the Christian church- through the reformation. He will then focus on a number of (mostly) Christian thinkers key to understanding the humanities in an age of ideologies: Irving Babbitt; Paul Elmer More; Alber Jay Nock; Christopher Dawson; Romano Guardini; T.S. Eliot; Russell Kirk; and Stratford Caldecott. He will also give some time to the most damaging and influential ideologues of the past century and a half; Darwin; Marx; Spencer; Freud; and Nietzsche.


Classical Education Humanism Liberal Arts


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