This is a message from an Ivy-league educated Catholic friend of mine, who works in sports psychology full-time. He shows how the entire history of education and philosophy is dismissed and atheistic thinking taught to students in modern psychology classes.
Before I began my classical studies, I was a Dean’s list pre-med student at Rutgers University working in a chemistry lab. I love the natural sciences, but I am unhappy with the options I see available to Catholic students. So much more is possible–and necessary. Modern scientists and science teachers … Read more
In his work “On the Advancement of Learning”, published in 1605. Francis Bacon argued that a traditional position on learning held man back from what he was capable of. He spoke of the traditional view as follows: “I hear the former sort say that knowledge is of those things which … Read more