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Can a Love of History be Contagious?

by Vision
Thursday, 19 November, 2015
categories: Articles, Grammar Stage (ages 4 to 11), Homeschooling Life
I have a confession to make: I LOVE HISTORY! As a high school student, my favorite subjects were history and English. I am particularly fascinated by stories about brave souls who lived bold lives following Christ. When I hear about one, I spend hours scouring various...
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Conjunction and Blessing—What I’ve Learned about Assessment

When medieval knights wanted to insult someone, they threw down a gauntlet, challenging him to a duel; in Shakespeare’s England, a man might bite his thumb at someone to insult him. We southerners prefer a more devious method: the “bless your heart—.” This...
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Drawing Out the Wonder: 5 Tools to Make Your High School Day More Delightful

“Rhetoric is the use of knowledge and understanding to perceive wisdom, pursue virtue and proclaim truth.” (Leigh Bortins, The Conversation, 38) If I had to sum up my favorite memories of the elementary homeschooling years, it would be “hot cocoa and buttered popcorn...
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The Philosophy of Science

For many of us, “science” is synonymous with “facts.”  If we say something is scientific, we mean it is based on facts, laws, or proven theories—or at the very least that the subject is being studied using the accepted methods of good science. Yet, we are all familiar...
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How to Cut a Cake Using the Doctrine of Sin

by Jonathan
Monday, 02 November, 2015
categories: Articles, Big Ideas: Truth, Beauty, Goodness and more!
I have run into many people who are not interested in theology because they say it has no practical value. It is all a bunch of theory, but with no practical application. Theology, however, is one of the most practical subjects around, usable in nearly every situation...
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