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Thoughts on Education in Community

Recently I’ve been listening to some older episodes of my favorite podcast, Close Reads, as they discuss Wendell Berry’s novel “Jayber Crow.” In the episode I heard today, they were talking about the (fictional) town of Port William and how … Continue reading

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Wednesdays with Words: True Humanity

One of the goals of a classical education, we are frequently reminded, is to become fully human.  I hear that phrase quite a bit, so it caught my attention immediately when I came across it in J.I. Packer’s book “Knowing … Continue reading

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