The greatest books and the best Socratic questions are rendered powerless if our students do not possess the right virtues.
Nathan Johnson is a Professor of Moral Philosophy and the Trivium at New College Franklin in Franklin, TN. For 6 years he taught humanities and composition at Greyfriars Classical Academy in Matthews, North Carolina. He earned a B.A. in English Literature from Bryan College and two master’s degrees in Bible and Theology from Reformed Theological Seminary. He also holds a master’s degree in Liberal Arts at St. John’s College and is currently working on a Ph.D. in Humanities (with an emphasis in literature) at Faulkner University. He writes regularly at tremendoustrifles.com.