The Great Books
To have a great mind do you need to analyze great books? What is so special about the Great Books, and why study them? Homeschoolers will benefit from this discussion, as this distinct classical approach may be what you are looking for!
To have a great mind do you need to analyze great books? What is so special about the Great Books, and why study them?
Probe the mind of a classical instructor/expert in this exclusive TOS conversation:
The Great Books: A TOS Interview with Classical Educator, Fritz Hinrichs—a WeE-book™ By Kate Kessler
There is much ado about “Great Books” recently—is there a revival of the classics? Homeschoolers will benefit from this discussion, as this distinct classical approach may be what you are looking for!
Mr. Hinrichs, author of the Great Books tutorial program, is convinced that the best method for developing discerning Christians’ minds is the study of western history accompanied by the attempt to bring all thoughts captive to Christ.
“As Christian educators we have the blessed privilege of studying with the confidence that all of creation cries out the veracity of God’s existence and the depths of his wisdom.” ~Fritz Hinrichs
Take a look at the interesting topics you’ll encounter in this WeE-book™:
- What is unique about the Great Books, and what can we learn from them?
- Why the emphasis on the philosophy behind the Great Books rather than the literature itself?
- Is there a preference to use the Great Books in a classical sense, and how can you fit them into other methodologies?
- Glimpses into the life journey and career of the author.
- The author’s most life-changing books, and how they affected him.
- The Great Books tutorial program for homeschoolers.
- Why is the study of Euclid’s Elements important?
- Advice to parents for a Great Books study.
- How does a book make it into the author’s must read list
Discover the value of the Great Books!