No man is an island...
and no Christian educator should feel marooned when approaching the Great Books. This site provides Christians with a free, detailed recommended reading list for high school students, as well as more than 70 discussion guides to help
you teach the Humanities in accord with the Christian worldview.
May 15th, 2013
As W.H. Auden says, the socratic method flows "from the observation that virtue cannot be taught, i.e. the truth cannot simply be stated by the teacher and learned by rote by the pupil because the results of learning cannot be separated from the process of inquiry which each individual must live through for himself."