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Learning in Election Time

In a sermon delivered in the Fall of 1939 titled Learning in Wartime , C.S. Lewis asserts,

every Christian who comes to a university must at all times face a question compared with which the questions raised by the war are relatively unimportant.

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Classical Education

Movie of the Week << Liberal Arts (2012)

Hello and happy Sunday to all!

I hope your week was a nice one and know while we are on the verge of another week starting, I believe it’s the best time to do a movie review and as you already know, this week’s movie is “Liberal Arts”. 646 more words

Movie Reviews

Report: Most liberal arts requirements are average or below average

For many college students, taking core and general education requirements is a drag.

I don't like how college requires us to still take core classes. If I'm paying you thousands, I should be able to pick all of them.

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For when the world is broken

The main theme running through America right now is that of brokenness.  This is most evident in the political climate and the way that not only do old friends share differing views, but they name call and belittle each other for sharing those views.   322 more words

Charlotte Mason

History in the workforce

By Kat Elliott ’17

What can you do with a history degree?

Today, there’s a common misconception that “You can’t do anything with a liberal arts degree.” For students interested in becoming history majors, they face skepticism over the practicality of their choice in major, and it isn’t unusual for them to get dissuaded from pursuing a degree in history. 207 more words


The liberal arts as antidote to political extremism in Mideast

Oct 19,2016 – JORDAN TIMES – Ted Purinton and Allison Hodgkins

With Daesh-inspired terror attacks becoming an almost routine occurrence, there is renewed attention on developing strategies for countering violent extremism across the globe. 1,019 more words

Arab World

I'm at the Imaginative Conservative This Morning

The Imaginative Conservative, begun by Winston Elliott and Brad Birzer, has become one of my most-frequented websites in the last couple of years. Its writers cover a lot of ground and never get bogged down in the narrowly political. 37 more words