Using Ephesians 6:13–17, Arthur Henry King persuasively argues that genuine education begins in homes where parents read the scriptures to and with their children. The language and morality of scripture then form the foundation for learning and judging every activity, art, and discipline.
This book compels thoughtful reflection and helps people put first things first. Professor King, poet, literary critic, and religious teacher, has profoundly influenced the lives of a strong cadre of intellectual followers. Expanding on the previously published Abundance of the Heart, this book brings together twenty-four of his best essays and speeches.