David Diener examines the central themes of Lewis’ book, The Abolition of Man, and the key arguments Lewis makes throughout it for absolute values and the training of students’ affections, as well as their intellects.
Chris Perrin notes the pedagogical and liturgical practices that characterized monastic education—many of which may serve to inspire and renew our own classical schools today.
Ken Myers suggest ways in which non-denominational schools can keep the “Church” in “parachurch,” encouraging a more emphatic recognition of participation in the culture of the people of God.
George Sanker discusses an education for true freedom.
Jason Barney shows how the theology of Wisdom presented in Proverbs and later Jewish and Christian texts presents us with what he calls a traditional and transcending pedagogy.
Martin Cothran discusses how you can get the education that you never had.
Andrew Kern discusses the history of ancient and medieval education.
Ken Myers the impact of the culture of the school on education.
Richard Gamble discusses education in Augustine’s Confessions.
Chris Perrin provides an apology for Classical Christian Education.