Classical Roundup – December 28th, 2018

The Classical Roundup is a group of worthwhile articles, videos, and podcasts that I have found helpful on our journey of exploring classical Christian education in the 21stcentury. This video is an overview of a classical Christian education school that is located in Uganda. Amazing story about how this school came about and if you have time, I would recommend you learn more about Amazima to be … Continue reading Classical Roundup – December 28th, 2018

Friendship: Is Classical Education Possible Without It? (2018 Conference Presentation)

The following is one of the sessions from our 2018 Conference co-hosted by School of the Ozarks and held at the College of the Ozarks in Point Lookout, MO. The full collection of presentations can be found at https://theclassicalthistle.com/2018-conference/. Friendship: Is Classical Education Possible Without It?                   Josh Dyson Classical School of Wichita The ancients regarded friendship as the most valuable of relationships. For Plato and Socrates, friendship … Continue reading Friendship: Is Classical Education Possible Without It? (2018 Conference Presentation)

The Whole30: How It Relates to Friendship, Lent, and Education

Recently, my neighbor (a dietician by trade and wonderful friend, mother, and wife by occupation) shared an article entitled “A Day in the Life of 5 Intuitive Eaters”. It’s a pretty neat article that illustrates a concept that is rather new to me but seems to make a lot of sense. The concept is, as the title indicates, eating intuitively rather than according to strict … Continue reading The Whole30: How It Relates to Friendship, Lent, and Education

Stop Loving People, Part 3: So What’s the Problem?

In the last blog, Stop Loving People, Part 2, I had us consider three points about love: 1. God’s particular love; 2. that the abstraction of “people” leads to non-love; 3. and that God has placed particular people in your schools and lives to love. In part 3, we will now consider the question: So what’s the problem with not loving in a particular way? … Continue reading Stop Loving People, Part 3: So What’s the Problem?