Magazines such as E&C—"reviews"—encourage an awareness of the many-sidedness of things, a mingled sense of irony and awe, a sharp taste both of the absurdity and of the inexhaustible richness of creation.
—From the "About" page at Education & Culture
"A Critical Review" is the subtitle of the new Education & Culture site, now at home at TheBestSchools.org.
What could be more appropriate than a wise, informed, and erudite analysis of the state of world in 2017 than through the books, publications, multimedia, and digital resources that empower our nation's thinking? Which of us could not benefit from a critical review of deep thoughts and ideas, all written by some of the most insightful writers and reviewers of our day?
For deeper dives into the rivers of information that power contemporary thought, we give you John Wilson, formerly of the renowned Books & Culture at Christianity Today. John and his veteran team of idea-deconstructors and context-providers bring the best critical reviews of media in the fields that matter most to you:
Religion & Theology
Esteemed publications such as The New York Times, The Boston Globe, First Things, and National Review feature John's writings. It's why we sought to bring John and the spirited genius of his work behind 21 years of Books & Culture to the new Education & Culture.
Whether you're a past fan of John & Team's work or a new one, we want to give you easy access to the best of this new critical review site through an Education & Culture newsletter, which will launch shortly. Get in on the ground floor and add your name to the growing list of subscribers to stay on top of the best commentary and reviews.