Happy New Year! We hope that all of our ILS families and friends enjoyed a wonderful and relaxing Christmas break, and while we all enjoyed the time celebrating the season with family and friends, we are also so excited to be back at school and see all the smiling faces back in the classrooms!
We are ringing in the new year with a brand new edition of "What we're reading..." for January! As we do each month, we’ve gathered a collection of articles that we’ve found to be interesting or thought-provoking recently, and we hope you enjoy reading these as well.
What have you read lately that you think we, or other ILS families, may find interesting? Please keep sharing links and articles for us to enjoy!
Wonder, Thunder, and the Christian Scholar - Bret Saunders, Circe Blog
Sermon: Fourth Sunday of Advent - Pastor Christopher Esget, Esgetology
How Plato Foresaw Facebook’s Folly - Bret Stephens, The New York Times
Resolutions and Forgiveness - Pastor Craig Donofrio, 1517
Recovering the Moral Imagination - Conversation with Mark Bauerlein, First Things
On Beginning Well - Lindsey Bringham Knott, CiRCE
Why Read Old (Pagan) Books? - Jason Baxter, The Imaginative Conservative