Education as if Truth Mattered
- March 2, 2016
Graduates are usually encouraged to embrace an optimistic future based on obvious economic or cultural signs that make this possible. However, the Class of 2023 does not have the luxury of this bright future. Too many major obstacles bar the …READ MORE
This year I will graduate my first homeschooler. It seems like only yesterday I was teaching our oldest child to read, and now she’s an adult taking college courses. For the last 14 years I’ve been knee-deep in educating our …READ MORE
Doctors and lawyers have long been synonymous with “success” in America. Legal and medical dramas cycle on our televisions 24/7, highlighting the allure of power, status, and excitement. More fundamentally, many parents of children considering a college major appreciate the …READ MORE
“What we’re seeing here is a resurgence of widespread censorship in America,” Nadine Farid Johnson recently told The Wall Street Journal. Johnson is the Washington director of PEN America and co-author of its report claiming to identify 2,532 books …READ MORE
In his rousing keynote address at The Heritage Foundation’s 50th anniversary gala last month, then-Fox News host Tucker Carlson offered an unexpected piece of advice: “Don’t throw away your hard-copy books.”
Unlike digitized books, films, and albums that can
I know very little about Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1906-1945), the German theologian who was hanged in April 1945 by the Nazis for spying on and opposing Hitler’s regime.
Embarrassingly little, actually.
So when I recently saw at a bookstore Eric Metaxas’