Herring, Josh
2 Articles at Lifeissues.net

Joshua Herring teaches humanities at Thales Academy and is a doctoral student in Faulkner University's Great Books program. He loves writing at the intersection of history, literature and theology, and seeing how those intersections contribute to the complexities of human life.


When Young People Aren't Having Sex, Something's Wrong

When something as natural and ordered as erotic love is no longer being pursued, there is something deeply wrong with our society. Kate Julian's Atlantic article "Why are Young People Having So Little Sex?" presents incontrovertible evidence that the experiment of "free love" without consequences, based solely on pleasure, has failed.

Date posted: 2019-01-03

Competing Visions of the University

The promise of a career or the ability to write correctly formatted technical reports does not justify years of debt. But the formation of the self and the entrance into an intellectual inheritance - these are the treasures that collegiate education promises.

Date posted: 2018-12-09