Stop Loving People, Part 6

This article is the sixth installment of a series entitled Stop Loving People by Josh Dyson. Part 6 continues from the last article posted here. Solution #5: Adopt an Apocalyptic view of your people (persons) Now before your mind starts racing ahead to envisioning your “naughty students” and “heathen coworkers” being trampled upon under the hooves of the Four Horsemen, consider what James K. A. Smith … Continue reading Stop Loving People, Part 6

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?

Stop Loving People, Part 2

By Josh Dyson, Classical School of Wichita If you have not done so, I encourage you to read the introduction to this series, Stop Loving People, Part 1. In this series of blogs we will consider the following: 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 … Continue reading Stop Loving People, Part 2

Stop Loving People, Part 1

By Josh Dyson, Classical School of Wichita Note: This series was adapted from a talk I gave at the Classical Christian Schools Forum hosted by School of the Ozarks on Friday, March 3, 2017. 29 But he, desiring to justify himself, said to Jesus, “And who is my neighbor?” 30 Jesus replied, “A man was going down from Jerusalem to Jericho, and he fell among robbers, who … Continue reading Stop Loving People, Part 1