Guest Post – The Aesthetic Experience and Education: Teaching between Schiller and School of Rock

According to Friedrich Schiller, beauty is our “second creator” and a necessary component for both societal progress and our education as individuals. In On the Aesthetic Education of Man, Schiller... »

Guest Post – Thoughts on engaging a fluid culture with fluid dynamics in Christian education

What role should faith play in Christian education? This philosophical question regularly results in divisive dialogue in certain scholarly circles and—for newly minted faculty—instills a degree of confusion around the... »

Guest Post – A Volcanic Tightrope

In March of 2020, famed daredevil Nik Wallenda completed the astonishing feat of walking on a tightrope stretched out across an active Volcano crater in Nicaragua. He stood roughly 2,100... »

Guest Post – The Need for a Teleology in the Liberal Arts

The primary goal of a liberal arts education is to aid students in developing practical wisdom. By introducing students to foundational knowledge from a wide array of academic fields and... »