Quality Education is Not Rocket Science
Anthony Esolen, The Imaginative Conservative
What I’m trying to say here is simple enough. My advice to all of you who are building anew: Do not be played for chumps! This is not quantum physics. Children learn naturally, and if they are treated well, they will learn most things with ease.
Iran’s Oppressed Christians
Liana Aghajanian, New York Times
“When you’re Christian in Iran, you can’t speak. You have to keep quiet and not talk about the truth that you know and that you believe in,” he told me. “There is no such thing as a comfortable life in Iran.”
Education and Christian Faith
A hard question to ask is this: Did Jesus rise from the dead? On Sunday, Christians would say, “Oh, yes. Absolutely.” But when pressed in a public school context, many of those same teachers would say, “Well, that’s what I believe.”
Freedom – A Poverty Program That Worked?
Lawrence Reed, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
America’s unofficial poverty program for most of the nation’s history could be called, in a word, “liberty.”