In debating the classical school canon, we must be clear whose “classics” we’re talking about.
The time is right for a debate of the Classical Christian Education canon. How should we then fight?
Colin Redemer responds to a review of his chapter on Plato in “Reforming Classical Education”.
Human building remains both utterly vain and entirely necessary.
Credentials are worthless without a creed that grasps reality.
Far from rejecting classical learning, the Protestant Reformers ensured its expansion.
Colin Redemer discusses the need for Christian education in the midst of the modern secular world.