Lecture Series Coming in February


"The Abolition of Man" is a thought-provoking and timely exploration of the role of education and morality in shaping our world and our place in it. It is a must-read for anyone interested in the intersection of education, morality, and the future of humanity


Lewis discusses the importance of objective moral truths and the role that education plays in shaping our moral compass. Children are not born with an innate understanding of the moral impulses they should follow; this faculty must be nurtured in them by their parents and teachers. He argues that there are certain moral virtues, such as courage and compassion, that are universal and timeless, and that education should be focused on instilling these virtues in students.


Lewis argues that the pursuit of scientific knowledge and technological advancement should be guided by moral principles and that we should be careful not to lose sight of the value of human life and the natural world in our pursuit of progress. Throughout the book, Lewis makes the case that the abandonment of objective moral truths and the embrace of moral relativism will ultimately lead to the destruction of civilization and the "abolition of man." He argues that we must return to a focus on timeless moral virtues and the natural moral law if we hope to preserve the best of what it means to be human.

Over the course of two evenings Joe will illustrate how Classical Christian education is the remedy to prevent the abolition of man