There once was a man named Colonel Crane, and as his title may suggest, he was well respected in his community. He was well known and he could walk around in his hometown and people would see him and greet him. For a middle-aged man he was considered handsome and was widely regarded as a likeable man. This was the story of Colonel Crane, until … Continue reading Cabbage Hat Christians (Theology through the Eyes of Fiction Series)
By Fiona Hubbard It is a fascinating thing to witness the myriad of ways that a biblical worldview can be enacted in society. The fleshing out of seemingly simple principles is notably more difficult than most would think; one the most questionable areas of application is that of economics. Economics has been explored more and more in recent history as specialization has become extremely popular … Continue reading A Boy Can Dream: Chesterton’s Distributist Economics & Wendell Berry’s Agrarian Ideal
It might go without saying, but I’m going to say it anyway to make sure we are all on the same page—modern American education is based upon a progressive worldview. This model of education is used almost wholesale in the Government (aka “Public”) schools and appears to be the most prevalent model in private (even Christian private) schools. One important difference in the educational approach … Continue reading Virtue-Free Education—Long Live the Democracy!
By Steve Turley, Tall Oaks Classical School and Eastern University I’m sure by now you’re all familiar with the fall of one of Hollywood’s most powerful players, the film producer and co-founder of Miramax Harvey Weinstein, over mass accusations of sexual assault and misconduct. Both The New York Times and The New Yorker reported originally on the testimonies of over a dozen women who had … Continue reading Classical Education and Hollywood’s Collapse