We're back with another new edition of "What we're reading..." In this monthly blog feature, we share news, articles and other items that we've lately found to be interesting, inspiring, or otherwise thought-provoking.
For February, we take a look at how to read a book, writing - by hand!, faith and the development of culture, classical music and its impact, raft building & the great conversation, as well as a hymn reflection as we transition into the Lenten season.
What's on your reading list right now? Please share as we are always on the look out for new things to read that spark our imagination, educate or inform!
- Why This Classic 'Guide To Intelligent Reading' Should Be On Your Book List - Casey Chalk, The Federalist
- Phenomenology of the Hand - Mark Bauerlein, First Things
- How the Ancient Hebrews' Deep Faith Affected the West's Cultural Development- Joy Pullman, The Federalist
- Can Listening to Classical Music Improve Your Life? - Clemency Burton-Hill, BBC Culture
- Raft Building and the Great Conversation - Adam Andrews, CiRCE Institute
- Reflection on "Alleluia, Song of Gladness" - Marie Landskroener, CPH Music Blog