Five Temptations for Classical Christian Education
Brian Douglas, First Things
Having taught at a classical Christian school for five years and followed the classical Christian education movement for some years prior, I have come to believe that it is the best approach to K-12 education available today.
Disasters Create Bigger, Not Better, Government
Amity Shlaes, Bloomberg
Whew. That was the general reaction when President Barack Obama told waterlogged New Jersey that “we are here for you.” After all, these days, a president is expected to “be here.”
Three Fallacies of the Social Gospel
Elise Amyx, Institute for Faith, Work & Economics
In the early 20th century, the Social Gospel movement was driven by the belief that the Second Coming of Christ could not happen until humanity rid itself of all social evils by human effort. Followers applied Christian ethics to social justice issues, especially as it related to economic policy.
Elections, Political Parties and an Eternal Hope in a King
T. Kurt Jaros, Values & Capitalism
We just concluded months—or years, actually—of “your party vs. my party” politics. So I wanted to take this moment to remind my fellow YHWH worshippers that although we have temporal party affiliations, there is a certain political affiliation that is eternal: We are monarchists. This is seen both in the Old Testament and the New Testament.