Week of June 27, 2010
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"Today, as never before, young people are seeking an education that fully prepares them to understand and engage contemporary culture in a meaningful and creative way," said Dr. Stan Mattson, founder and president of the C.S. Lewis Foundation. "We have already begun our work with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in hopes of opening C.S. Lewis College for students in the fall of 2012."
. . . And After Hours this week: "My charity rocks. My charity roars. My charity is a money-making, poverty slaying love machine. My charity is anything but a charity in the traditional sense." Read Milton's exposé on more aggressive, logical ways to close up gaps and look after people well. Look for the phrase "Yell at the donkey." Oh, and Christina writes recently on why we're not called to success; and Robert writes on his most well-versed topic (not his dissertation; rather, scotch).