Examines the biblical view of the meaning of suffering.
Discusses the importance of being a a philosopher throughout life.
Examines three methods of knowing: empiricism; rationalism, and one understood by Augustine.
Compares the predominant view of education with a biblical world view.
Discusses the importance of the Great Books for teaching us about human heritage, diversity, and respectful conflict.
Purposes that the objective of understanding secular texts in Gutenberg’s curriculum is to cultivate confidence and humility.
Discusses art as a vehicle for accomplishing God's purposes.