This Trinity Forum Reading Collection includes:
Lessons from History | This Reading summarizes Will and Ariel Durant’s popular multi-volume history, The Story of Civilization to help provide a more holistic and long view of history.
Loss of the University | Few essays more cogently or provocatively analyze the problems with modern education better than Wendell Berry’s short work featured here.
Lost Tools of Learning | Dorothy Sayers presents a vision for classical Christian education that ultimately inspired and informed new education reforms and movements. It is a perfect read for thinking through the purpose of education.
Politics and the English Language | George Orwell’s classic 1946 essay reminds readers of the ways in which language shapes thought, and warns of the dangers of politicized, imprecise, and misleading language in corrupting public life.