One of our annual series of events, FFP is an opportunity for dads to engage with Dominion’s mission and vision–and our place in advancing God’s kingdom. It’s one Monday night a month during football season, and we meet before Monday Night Football, talk for a bit, then watch the first half and fellowship together. Our talks this year will […]
What is classical education?
Classical education is built on an appreciation for language, history, and classic literature. It's designed to teach students how to learn.Read More
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In my last post, I wrote about Thomas Friedman’s concept of the “flat world,” and I suggested that classical education might be extraordinarily relevant for the future. In this post, I’ll recount Friedman’s broad categories for the new “middle jobs” that remain available for young people in the US. By way of reminder, these are […]
(Be sure and click the image above to see the full picture!) Contrary to what one might think, classical education does not depend on strident traditionalism. While tradition is certainly important, classical education is decidedly forward-looking. We value the past most for what it teaches us about wise, responsible action in two dimensions: in the […]
St. Crispin’s Day is October 25, one month from today. It is the anniversary of a great military victory won at Agincourt, France, under Henry V. William Shakespeare penned one of the greatest speeches in English literature and put it in Henry’s mouth for the eve of St. Crispin’s Day. It is also the date […]