A Review of The Bondage of the Will by Martin Luther

Review by Kyle Rapinchuk In honor of the 500th anniversary of the 95 Theses, I decided to post an old review I wrote of Luther’s classic work, The Bondage of the Will. Looking back on this, I would probably spend more time exploring the issue of God’s foreknowledge and human freedom, especially since my views on this topic have changed since the time I initially … Continue reading A Review of The Bondage of the Will by Martin Luther

A Review of Wordsmithy by Douglas Wilson

I do not think books about writing are supposed to make you laugh. They are expected to be boring and monotonous. Douglas Wilson’s book entitled Wordsmithy is entirely different from my composition textbook readings of my past. This book inspires you to endear and explore further the English language and how to use it. It is evident from the beginning that he is one who … Continue reading A Review of Wordsmithy by Douglas Wilson

A Review of Classical Me, Classical Thee by Rebekah Merkle

Reviewed by Kyle Rapinchuk In Classical Me, Classical Thee, Rebekah Merkle has written a winsome explanation and defense of classical Christian education for students currently enrolled in a classical Christian school. Of course, the book is wonderful for educators and parents as well, but Merkle knows her audience well and does not depart from a focused conversation with that audience. And this ought to surprise … Continue reading A Review of Classical Me, Classical Thee by Rebekah Merkle

A Review of Simply Classical by Cheryl Swope

Swope, C. Simply Classical: A Beautiful Education for Any Child. Louisville, KY:      Memoria Press, 2013. 293 pages. $24.95, softcover. Reviewed by Sara Osborne. “The special-needs child’s humanity—any child’s humanity—must determine the education he receives.”  -Cheryl Swope Cheryl Swope’s professional journey has followed a path similar to many educators who began in the throes of modern pragmatism only to find themselves unable to facilitate true learning.  … Continue reading A Review of Simply Classical by Cheryl Swope