John Dewey: The Father of Progressive Education?

In a recent issue of the TORCH AND TRUMPET (May· June) Prof. Cornelius Jaarsma sought to present a balanced picture of John Dewey “for readers who have read little, if any, of Dewey’s writings.” Professor Jaarsma is concerned to defend educational philosopher Dewey against misrepresentation, to show that he was not the father-philosopher of progressive education, and […]

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Love and Sentiment

“Love is a good word with commendable and ancient history that is perilously close to its last hour in our times. “Love” as a word received its highest meaning as a consequence of God the Father’s offering of his Son to satisfy divine justice on Calvary. The reflection of this love was found in the early […]

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