Q&A Panel: Answering Your Questions

Cindy Rollins, Martin Cothran, Adam Andrews, and Andrew Kern

Presented at the 2017 National Conference in Austin, TX.

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Memory Eternal

Wes Callihan

Presented at the 2017 National Conference in Austin, TX. Like our physical life, all of our mental life - learning, skills, and memory - is subject to our natural frailty, and after a brief life disappears like smoke as does the memory of our existence among our descendants. Even our attempts at... Read More

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Brideshead Revisited and the Benedict Option: Memory, Monasticism, and Modernism

Heidi White

Presented at the 2017 National Conference in Austin, TX. How do Christians flourish in the wasteland? For centuries, monasteries were the memory keepers of Christendom. Proponents of the Benedict Option remember how ancient Christians cultivated deep faith and rich culture in the face of hostility... Read More

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Remember Not to Forget: Building Memory in Your School and Home

Brian Phillips

Presented at the 2017 National Conference in Austin, TX. The most commonly repeated command in Scripture is "Remember." We are forgetful people, and that forgetfulness causes tremendous struggle for us, our families, homes, and schools. In this talk, Brian Phillips looks to the importance of... Read More

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Watercooler Charis: How to Create Caring Conversations Between Foes

Tim McIntosh

Presented at the 2017 National Conference in Austin, TX. Young teachers organize classes around what the teacher will speak. This talk will encourage teachers to focus on what they hear. Good teachers prioritize listening over worldview-building and this talk will demonstrate how to construct... Read More

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Prodigal Daughter: The Squandered Inheritance of Music

Greg Wilbur

Presented at the 2017 National Conference in Austin, TX. The Nine Muses were the daughters of Mnemosyne, or the personification of memory. As a prodigal to her inheritance, music strayed from her original role and purpose. In the process, our attempts to understand and appreciate music fall short... Read More

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The Lindisfarne Option: How to Turn Back the Tide of Cultural Forgetfulness

Martin Cothran

Presented at the 2017 National Conference in Austin, TX. Three recent books have discussed our cultural crisis: Rod Dreher's The Benedict Option, Anthony Esolen's Out of the Ashes, and Cardinal Chaput's Strangers in a Strange Land. The crisis discussed in these books... Read More

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Our Limping Metaphor Translate: Memory, Imagination, and Language

Joshua Leland

Presented at the 2017 National Conference in Austin, TX. It is often the most common, mundane, and everyday things that go unnoticed. Because metaphors and imagination come as naturally as breathing to us we overlook their vital significance, especially in the area of memory. Having clearer... Read More

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The Difficult Paths of History

Dr. Carol Reynolds

Presented at the 2017 National Conference in Austin, TX. What happens when we stand at the gates of Auschwitz and confront history's darkest moments head-on? How are we challenged and changed? How can we transform difficult truths into a deeper understanding of Man and God?

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Numinous and the Gift of Forgetfulness

Daniel Coupland

Presented at the 2017 National Conference in Austin, TX. In chapter seven of his masterpiece The Wind in the Willows, Kenneth Grahame describes a mysterious and awe-inspiring moment that leaves a student (Mole) and his teacher (Water-Rat) in a state of wonder. In this session, we will examine this... Read More

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