To know God and to make Him known.

Articles dated May 2012

A Father Takes Up Latin

Homo doctus in se semper divitias habet.(A learned man always has wealth within himself.) My life is littered with failed attempts to learn foreign languages. If there is such a thing as having a “knack” for learning languages I do not have it. As my wife, kids, and I...
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Book Review: Wordsmithy

by Robert
Friday, 25 May, 2012
categories: Articles, Classical Christian Education, Homeschooling Life
I just received a copy of Doug Wilson’s new book, Wordsmithy, and while on vacation I had a chance to dive into it. For full disclosure I should point out that the book was not sent to me—it was sent to Keith who was probably supposed to give it to someone more...
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Is Knowledge of God the Beginning of Wisdom or the End of It?

by Jonathan
Tuesday, 22 May, 2012
categories: Classical Christian Education
During the past few days, I have had several conversations with people regarding whether or not God has a place in science. To my dismay, many strong, Christian believers with a scientific bent are appalled at the idea of bringing God into science. They believe that if...
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Teaching to Change Lives

Several months ago, while looking over the books found on my friend’s homeschooling shelves, I came across quite a few familiar titles. Some of the books I had given to her because I no longer needed them. Others were books that had intrigued me but I never bought them...
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Climbing a Different Mountain

Every parent wants their child to become educated. Every school, whether public or private, secular or Christian, also aims to educate. Homeschoolers, for various reasons, choose to educate in the home and its environs. Christian schools and Christian homeschoolers aim...
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