Pauling, Joshu
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Joshua Pauling teaches high school history and studied at Messiah College, Reformed Theological Seminary, and Winthrop University. He has written for Modern Reformation, Mere Orthodoxy, Front Porch Republic, Salvo Magazine, Forma Journal, and The Imaginative Conservative. He is also head elder at All Saints Lutheran Church (LCMS) in Charlotte, North Carolina. He and his wife Kristi have two children who are being classically homeschooled.


Pandemic Lessons: Homecoming, Homeschooling, and the Home Economy

A powerful antidote to such atomistic existence, loneliness, and alienation, is found in the family: productive, resilient, and together. A family-centered life with the home as the engine of education and economics orders one's vocations and roles in ways that build lasting familial bonds and provide stability amid a changing world. COVID-19 quarantining provides an opportunity for this reality to sink in.

Date posted: 2020-05-09