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Political Thought by Hunter Baker

Crossway has recently started publishing a new series of books called Reclaiming the Christian Intellectual Tradition. Over the coming months I plan to read each and review them. I started with Political Thought: A Student’s Guide by Hunter Baker as … Continue reading

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Jacques Barzun: His Writings Influenced My Teaching

My sister, Karen introduced me to Jacques Barzun on a summer vacation in 2001. She had picked up his book, From Dawn to Decadence: 500 Years of Western ┬áCultural Life 1500 to the Present at Bethany Bookstore and thought I … Continue reading

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Graduation Ceremonies: Encouraging, Challenging and Bittersweet

Many of you I am sure have attended graduation ceremonies this month. I have been to two though really wanted to go to three. I attended the graduation of the classical tutorial where I am a tutor and I was … Continue reading

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Teaching: A High Calling

How quickly this school year has flown by. We are in our last weeks and that always makes me reflect. Friday night we had our graduation for our senior class, a very small group of five. I had the privilege … Continue reading

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