A great lake is nesting in an alpine valley where it flows calmly through a natural dam into the surrounding world. In the lake is a well-ordered hierarchy of fish and plant life that have found the places and relations where they flourish.
One day an earthquake destroys the dam and the fish and much of the plant life are violently rushed down the mountainside.
That is what happened to the Christian classical mind.
We now have multitudes of experts studying these fish in free fall, none able to solve the educational problem because the lake of learning, for which they still long and to which the fish wish they could return, is gone.
What should we do?