Meet me in St. Louis–for CCLE conference

Meet me in St. Louis–for CCLE conference May 1, 2014

The Consortium for Classical and Lutheran Education will be holding its annual conference July 15-17 in St. Louis on the beautiful, historic gothic campus of Concordia Seminary.  This year there will even be child care!

I’ll be there–talking about George Herbert, the Christian poet whom I’ve been featuring here lately–along with many others (check out the list along with links to registration details after the break).  Show up and we can have a Cranach summit meeting!

 CCLE XIV – Language, Logic, and Lutheran Education

Tuesday-Thursday, July 15-17, 2014

hosted by Concordia Seminary, St. Louis

Plenary Speakers

Rev. Bart J. Day, Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod What is Lutheran about Lutheran Education?

Dr. Thomas Korcok, author of Lutheran Education: From Wittenberg to the Future

Mr. James Selby, creator of Classical Composition Apollo, Dionysus, and Christ: Why Language Matters

Attend sessions with noted Lutheran teachers and pastors

Dr. Gene Edward Veith

Dr. E. Christian Kopff

Rev. Dr. Thomas Egger

Rev. Larry Beane

Rev. Jason Braaten

Dr. Jackquelyn Veith, Joanna Hensley, Melinda Heine, Cheryl Swope, & many more

Enjoy sessions designed for Lutheran homeschoolers, school administrators, newcomers to classical education, and anyone seeking CCLE Educator Certification

via The Consortium for Classical and Lutheran Education | Advancing and promoting classical education within the context of confessional Lutheranism.

For the schedule and all of the topics, go here.

For Registration information, go here.

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