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Understanding Stories to Understand the City of God

by Matt
Monday, 23 May, 2011
categories: Classical Christian Education
A man once described—I’m sure it was that guy we call St. Augustine—the world as being made up of two cities: the City of God and the City of Man. I’ve taught my children that the City of God is made up of people who belong to God and do things that pursue Him and His...
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Rigorous Academics: Preparation for Christian Service

From time to time, when I am speaking about classical, Christian education, parents express concern that the pursuit of knowledge or academic excellence is in conflict with preparation for Christian service. These parents rightly desire to instill in their children a...
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Is Your Writing Organic or Rational?

In How to Write a Sentence Stanley Fish quotes this opening sentence from Laurence Sterne’s ”novel” Tristram Shandy: I wish either my father or my mother, or indeed both of them, as they were in duty both equally bound to it, had minded what they were about when they...
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The Beauty of Homeschooling

by Andrea Newitt
Monday, 16 May, 2011
categories: Homeschooling Life
In the midst of our busy homeschooling lives, we can easily make the mistake of concentrating our attention on truth and goodness alone and neglecting the need for beauty in our educational efforts. John Mark Reynolds offers parents another approach in his seminar...
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National Day of Prayer 2011

by Robert
Wednesday, 11 May, 2011
categories: Articles
Today is the National Day of Prayer and it is important today to remember to pray for those homeschooling families who may not be as fortunate as many of ours in their legal freedoms and to keep them in our prayers along with our leaders, families and friends. John 15:...
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