Tuesday, April 08, 2008

The Mismeasure of Mentors

The April edition of "The Matthew's House Project" is up, and it includes a short essay from me about Robert Fritz's eulogy of Karlheinz Stockhausen, using Francis Schaeffer to teach Western Civ, and the one area in which Christians and Darwinists are actually pretty similar.

It's all connected by...well, here, go read it yourself.

5 comments:

T.C. Truffin said...

Ver goot! You've summed up in much better fashion than I my thoughts about teaching WTC with Schaeffer. Thank you.

Kenneth R. Morefield said...

Thanks, Todd. I appreciate that coming from you because I know you (like I) do appreciate and respect Schaeffer's work for what it is and don't want to just bash it.

Michial said...

I totally told my girlfriend about "Will you love me as before, Master Hugh?" the other day.

Also, I talked about you in class today. My voice is pitched lower because I am tired and stressed and smoking, and I did an impression of your distinctive gravelly tone (which, of course, I miss dearly).

Kenneth R. Morefield said...

and I did an impression of your distinctive gravelly tone (which, of course, I miss dearly).

He says in a totally Platonic way and means in the completely non-homoerotic sense.

Michial said...

Will you love me as before, Dr. Morefield?