Douglas Wilson is the Senior Pastor at Christ Church in Moscow, Idaho. He is happily married to his wife Nancy for 35 years and counting, has three kids and fifteeen grandchildren. He’s a prolific author and speaker and blogs over at Blog & Mablog. He also debated the late Christopher Hitchens in this documentary about “Is Christianity Good for the World?” He’s the author of The Lost Tools of Learning, a co-founder of the influential Logos School in Moscow, ID and is a founding board member of the Association of Classical Christian Schools.
It’s been more than 30 years since you and your colleagues started Logos School in Moscow, ID and more than 20 years since LOST TOOLS OF LEARNING came out. Since then classical Christian education has grown quite a bit, in no small part because of the work of ACCS and organizations like it. In looking back, what gives you the most satisfaction?