Prophet, Priest, and King at School

Human society and the human soul need three and have always had three functions performed to flourish: they need the prophet, the priest, and the king.

The king is the governor/administrator. He executes the will of what he rules in order to keep it strong, healthy, and magnanimous.

The priest is the teacher, the bearer of the tradition, and the one who makes offerings to the gods or God.

The prophet is the conscience, the one who reminds the community what it is for, what it is committed to, what it ought to be.

Modern society and especially the conventional school has regulated and systematized itself to the point where the prophet cannot be heard.

2011 registration

Conference registration for What is Man: A Contemplation of the Divine Image on July 20-23, 2011 in Arlington, TX has begun. For the early rate and to guarantee a seat, follow this link:

http://208.112.22.17/merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=CTGY&Store_Code=C&Category_Code=Conference

Speakers include:

  • Dr. Christian Kopf
  • Ken Myers
  • Andrew Pudewa
  • Laura Berquist
  • John Hodges
  • Buck Holler
  • Leah Lutz
  • Andrew Kern
  • Debbie Harris
  • Dr. James Taylor
  • Peter VandeBrake
  • Martin Cothran
  • Dr. Paula Flint
  • George Sanker
  • Vigen Guroian

Learn about man the knower, man the maker, man the artist, man the thinker, man in community, and man the image of God – and a great deal more.

Follow the counsel of the Delphic Oracle to “Know thyself,” and enable yourself to learn better, to teach better, to think better, and to better glorify, love, and enjoy God.