On Taking Students Seriously

On Taking Students Seriously: A Pedagogue’s Reflection on C. S. Lewis’s “The Weight of Glory” Trent D. Demarest Dean of Academics, Trinity Lutheran School, Cheyenne, WY (Presented at the Seventeenth Summer Conference of the Consortium for Classical Lutheran Education [CCLE… Continue Reading

Social media, universal human insanity, and loving your neighbor

“What other people say about you is none of your business.” Once upon a time in college, a wise friend of mine, quoting her wise mother, shared this pearl with me. When she first dropped it, I didn’t think it… Continue Reading

C. S. Lewis on “Liturgiology”

“Liturgical reforms are hell.”- Auden Well, unless my reading of Fair Use is way off, I’m allowed to do this… The following is an excerpt from Ch. 1 of C. S. Lewis’s book Letters to Malcolm: Chiefly on Prayer. Though the… Continue Reading

“Thy Will be Done” – C. S. Lewis on the Third Petition

The following excerpt from C.S. Lewis’s Letters to Malcolm, Chiefly on Prayer needs nothing in the way of introduction from me, really. With that said, I will be brief with my prefacing remarks. This particular excerpt comes from Lewis’s description of… Continue Reading