Projects are emerging as we meet with partners in this development phase.
Current university reach includes:
Veritas forums in universities in America, Canada, Europe and Asia.
10th Anniversary launch of Finding God at Harvard: the Quest for Veritas
Growing social media reach.
Our signature books include:
Finding God at Harvard, Spiritual Journeys of Christian Thinkers,
Harper/Zondervan, 1996 republished 2006, Boston Globe bestseller and CBA Book of the Year for Mission & Evangelism.
Finding God Beyond Harvard: The Quest for Veritas, Kelly Monroe Kullberg, Inter Varsity Press, 2006, nominated Book of Year.
A Faith and Culture Devotional: Daily Readings in Art, Science and Life, Editors Kelly Kullberg and Lael Arrington with 70 co-authors including Eric Metaxas, Mako Fujimura, Chuck Colson, Dallas Willard, Keith Getty. Zondervan, 2008.
Kelly’s comments on Faith & Culture
Partnerships are being formed in this phase of development. More to come.
Solutions are being formed in this phase of development. More to come.
Education in America was originally the responsibility of parents, grandparents, churches and teachers who knew and loved children. Children were seen not only as a blessing from the Lord, but were understood as the heirs and stewards of culture and virtuous leadership going into the future. Students were to humbly learn from those who had themselves humbly learned. The culture was literate and books were treasured.
Virtue was unapologetically taught and (though kids will be kids) as a rule, right behavior was expected. Education was to illuminate, grow in awareness, granular knowledge, competence, wonder and maturity into adulthood. Moral law was taught, not moral relativism. Wisdom was taught because choices have consequences, and love wants the highest good for the lives of young people. Of all people. We will explore, in detail, forces that have undermined education in America. Stay tuned.