Grace is now 17 and in 11th grade. We started homeschooling her in kindergarten. When she was four we sent her to half day pre-K. Christopher would crawl around the house looking for her. We found that her half day absence severely cut any potential family time. So we homeschooled. We now have 6 kids, … More Note to a friend on why we homeschool…and a bit of encouragement.
Another excerpt from my history lectures: The scholar Huston Smith in his book Why Religion Matters talks about a modern tunnel of which “Scientism” is the floor. What he means by scientism is not merely science as a useful tool for understanding the stuff of the world, but science as the standard by which all … More Avoiding a Scientistic Bias in the Study of History
Here is an excerpt from one of my history lectures: If we are to take Jesus at his word, then the primary contenders for human devotion are and have always been God and Mammon. People either submit to God as the one with total control and true authority or worship mammon in effort to manipulate … More God or Mammon: excerpt from a history lecture