This is an interestingly worded verse: The Lord commanded the blessing: life forevermore. commanded, blessing, life: worth reflecting on.
April 11, 2011
We’re proud to announce that the winner of the 2011 Russell Kirk Paideia Prize for Lifetime Contribution To Classical Education is: DR. MARY MUMBACH, founder of and Professor of Literature at The Erasmus Institute of Liberal Arts. In addition to her work at The Erasmus Institute, Dr. Mumbach was a founder of The Thomas More
Guest post by John M. Hodges Director, Center for Western Studies There have been a number of books and articles published lately about the present college experience and how it often falls short of expectations. Books like “The 5-year Party” by Craig Brandon (the title says it all), “Education’s End: Why our Colleges and Universities
What if the test to which you are teaching interferes with the truth? And what if you can’t tell because the way it interferes is by negation? Here is an example of how it works: In 2009, the College Board, which administers the SAT and advanced placement exams to millions of high school students, discontinued
Extreme tension in Charleston and Washington today as America waits. General Beauregard and his former teacher have broken off communications. Supply ships are reportedly headed for Fort Sumter. Charleston is crowded with observers. What happens next? Nobody knows, but an ominous feeling is spreading and the kindling seems ready to burn. Related articles Courtesy’s End