Reading notes

More on culture
The business of schools
Do not “do”; consider
An Essay Towards a Philosophy of Education
Defending Boyhood
Religion externalized
Trumbull on self-control
The rights of the child
Training in duty
Training the will
Hints on Child-Training
Defining culture
The culture of the road
Why we come to church
The Fear
The basic shape of the world
On directing
The way of faith
Truth in cinema
Films enjoyable in the making
Movies and technology
Film studio strike
Transhuman women
Typing errors
How to write a book
The Honorable Death of the Hundred Million
A waterfall
Good works as signs
Failure statement
A few from Buchan
Against professors
Sins make all equal
College for bards
TV does not have to be passive
You know, for kids
Real adventure at the center of the line
Explore the world on foot
On the good gifts of God
From Niebuhr’s Leaves
Secret blessings
Outward appearances
What’s done is undone
An acre of barren ground
To watch: Best films of 1932
Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s note-card method
The failure of the law
God loves us anyway
From DW’s worst-titled book
Crushed by books
Be brave!
Bits n pieces
Clare Coffey on It’s a Wonderful Life
Two paths of rhetoric
Good ones from Raymond Chandler
Ruskin on education
No Davids or Hectors in this system
What stands in the way of educational reform
New and generous sorrow
Invisible church
A Rhetoric of Love
Detecting AI-generated essays
Civilization defined
The martyrdom of the holy innocents
Cyprian on martyrdom
James Cameron’s Avatar by the numbers
On Christian magic
The knowledge economy
Learning by excellence
Fast food
Holy place vs holy time
TSA’s facial recognition system
Maria Montessori on work and play
Alissa Wilkinson reviews The Whale
Samuel Hunter on Moscow
To the new old net
History resources for teachers
Using novels to predict the future
Rote memorization
Things you’re allowed to do
Connecting unknown through known
The Creator’s mirrored will
The object of education
More Tolkien humor: Bill Stickers
Tolkien’s sense of humor
Just passing through
Humility in hierarchy
Tolkien on respecting one’s superiors
Odysseus, the haggard wanderer
To be remote and strange, yet not to be a lie
Son of Pain
Unde Hoc Ei