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Articles by author: Aaron Hebbard

Thoughts on the Letter ‘C’

Revisiting Some Archived Articles that Have Not Been Lost, but May Have Been Forgotten and Are Worth a Fresh Read Original Post Date: August 14, 2012 I would like to take some time in this article revisiting what should be a very familiar story from the Bible, the...
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The Essential Ingredients of Education: Student, Teacher, and a Log?

Revisiting Some Archived Articles that Have Not Been Lost, but May Have Been Forgotten and Are Worth a Fresh Read Original Post Date: July 10, 2011 It has been quoted that all that is needed for education is a student, a teacher, and a log on which to sit. This is a...
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The Coming Educational Revolution

I think I am pretty safe in stating this prediction: there is an educational revolution on its way and it is, indeed, already afoot and trampling hard. When distance learning was first introduced, it made some ripples. Then when online classes and, indeed, entire...
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The Impossibility of Academic Integrity in Public Schools

This essay is more of a quick expression of my philosophical thought against the governmental educational system than a thorough, well laid out argument. Yet, I believe it will be worth your time and mine. First, I would like to define and describe academic integrity...
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Before the Great Conversation

I am by vocation a professional theologian, at least by classical definitions. By more modern terms, I am more precisely a biblical scholar, which actually should be the only route to becoming a theologian. At any rate, my primary responsibilities at Community...
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