Knowledge Crawling Over My Skin (The Regime #3)

“I seemed to have wandered my way back to the beginning—not just of the book, but of the world—and all the rest was yet to come. I felt knowledge crawl over my skin.”[1] Thus says Wendell Berry’s title character in his meandering reflection on life in the midwest in the mid-20th century, Jayber Crow. Jayber had come to reject the Christian teaching of the seminary … Continue reading Knowledge Crawling Over My Skin (The Regime #3)

The Cave as the Model of Education: A Satire (The Regime #2)

A satire written in the vein of Anthony Esolen’s 10 Ways to Destroy the Imagination of Your Child or perhaps C. S. Lewis’ Screwtape Letters. Recently, in clearing the books out of our school library, I came across a book by Plato called The Republic. I was about to throw the book away with the others, when I noticed a tab at the beginning of … Continue reading The Cave as the Model of Education: A Satire (The Regime #2)