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Articles by author: Kate Deddens

You Are Math in Motion

If I asked you, “Do you like math?” would you answer that you dislike it? Would you complain that you “never use it in real life”? Would you claim that you are not a “math person”? If you would answer in those ways, consider a follow-up question: “Do you like music...
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Why Study Mathematics? It Is the Language of Creation

Mathematics: Is God Silent? answers the question posed in its title with a resounding “No! God is by no means silent!” As we are told in Romans 1:20, God is manifestly visible in His creation: “For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal...
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The Tin Soldier's Heart

In the Christmas of 1838, Danish author Hans Christian Andersen published The Steadfast Tin Soldier. In it, a one-legged tin soldier endures an adventure filled with many trials—including a passionate love for a beautiful paper ballet dancer—only to be spontaneously...
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Christian, Know Thyself: Why It Is Important to Study Philosophy

γνῶθι σαυτόν: "gnothi sauton" or "know yourself" in ancient Greek. Public building in Ludwigshafen, Germany.   See to it that no one takes you captive through hollow and deceptive philosophy, which depends on human tradition and the basic principles of this world...
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The IQs of Environmentalism: Education in Life, Learning, and Love

by Kate
Thursday, 09 August, 2012
categories: Articles, Classical Christian Education
How much do you think about the quality of your homeschooling?   If you are like many of the homeschoolers I know, you probably spend a great deal of time thinking about that. In one way, this is good; we are responsible for the education of our children and we should...
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