I am a classical teacher based in Arizona, where I live with my wife and six daughters, all of whom are homeschooled.

I hold a B.A. in Liberal Arts and Culture from New St. Andrews College, and an M.A. in Humanities from the University of Dallas.

I have taught a wide array of subjects, including Bible, Classical History, Medieval History, Rhetoric, Latin (I-IV), and Classical Greek (I-II).
To the right or in the bar above you will be able to find various projects of mine that may be of interest. 

Latest Blog Posts

  • All Is Vanity: Deal With It
    Seneca (ca. 4 B.C. to 65 A.D.) recommends that since life often sends us for a loop, we should just sit down, shut up, and deal with it: You must reflect that fettered prisoners only […]
  • Chill Out
    In Ecclesiastes 12:12, Solomon says, “Be warned, my son, of anything in addition to them. Of making many books there is no end, and much study wearies the body.” The Roman Stoic philosopher Seneca (ca. […]
  • True Economics: Nothing to Excess
    “For as a body bred to a good habit requires nothing exquisite either in clothes or food, so a sound man and a sound household keep themselves up with a small matter. Riches ought to […]
  • On Worldview
    The term “worldview” has a simple dictionary definition: “the way that a person views the world.” The way that we view the world is made up of a variety of factors, including spiritual, cultural, emotional, […]
  • “Christian Materialists” – Christian Imagination, Pt. 6
    A third problem we modern Christians often have when it comes to using our imaginations is that we think like modern materialists. Now, “materialism” here does not refer to the common malady of seeking as […]
  • Good Books Aren’t Vulgar Books – Christian Imagination, Pt. 5
    In my last post, I looked at the baneful effects of rationalism on the Christian imagination. Another pernicious enemy of a healthy use of the imagination by the Christian is that we often think just […]
  • Too Heavenly Minded for Real Classical Good – Christian Imagination, Pt. 4
    One of the most pernicious enemies of a healthy Christian imagination used for the glory of God and the building of His kingdom is rationalism. Rationalism can have many faces and angles, but it essentially […]
  • Making War on Reality – Christian Imagination, Pt. 3
    At its root, an attack on the imagination is an attack on reality. Specifically, it is an attack on the reality that God made and into which He has put us and commanded us to […]