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By Alex Sosler

An Education for Love

January 30th, 2023|5 min read

By Amy Fischer

Persons Not Products

September 9th, 2022|10 min read

By Ronni Kurtz

When Should I Write? Brief Reflections on the Relationship Between Writing and Expertise

August 11th, 2022|6 min read

By Kelly Givens

Teaching Children to See

August 9th, 2022|6 min read

By Dan Olson

An Education for Lincoln’s Heaven

July 27th, 2022|6 min read

By Jake Meador

In Memoriam: Michael Baker: Teacher of Persons

May 30th, 2022|4 min read

By Kevin Brown

The Case for the Christian Liberal Arts in a Polarized, Fractious Age

May 9th, 2022|27 min read

By Matthew Loftus

why “education doesn’t work”

April 20th, 2022|5 min read

By Matthew Loftus

the liberal order and its haters

April 6th, 2022|7 min read

By Heather Peterson

Moral Values and the Intercultural Development Inventory

December 13th, 2021|4 min read

By Mike St. Thomas

Contemplative Pedagogy: Notes on Educating Screen-Addled Students

March 8th, 2021|21 min read

By Kirsten Sanders

On Unlearning

October 29th, 2020|9 min read

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By Kevin Brown

An Appeal from a Christian Liberal Arts University President

September 29th, 2020|10 min read

By Eric Miller

The Market Made Me Do It: The Scandal of the Evangelical College

September 23rd, 2020|7 min read

By Joy Clarkson

Against Textbooks: Why We Need Bigger Stories

August 12th, 2020|7 min read

By Emily Brigham

Contemplating the Covid-19 Classroom: Pandemic as Our Sacred Present

July 15th, 2020|6 min read

By Tara Thieke

Cats and Sixty Foot Whales: Reflections on Children’s Books

May 4th, 2020|18 min read

By Jeremiah Webster

Rise of the Scops: Wonder After the Pandemic

April 7th, 2020|11 min read

By Casey Shutt

Violent Schools in a Violent World

November 7th, 2019|7 min read

By Matthew Loftus

Public Education, Justice, and Solidarity

September 16th, 2019|3 min read