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Articles by author: Marc Hays

How Do We Study Science Classically?

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Below, dear reader, you will find notes, questions, observations, and hopefully, a few reasonable answers to the question, “How does one study science classically?” Instead of simply giving you a couple of answers from my readings and contemplations, I thought I would...
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A Christian Curriculum: God's Word and God's World

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John Bunyan, the author of Pilgrim’s Progress, once said, “You can do more than pray after you have prayed, but you cannot do more than pray until you have prayed.” This seems obvious enough. It sounds like common sense, but Bunyan’s point is one that is often...
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Plato Joins Classical Conversations

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Over the course of the 2015-2016 academic year, both the Challenge II and Challenge III programs will be incorporating an original work of Plato into each curriculum. Challenge II students will be reading the Gorgias dialogue, and Challenge III will be reading the Meno...
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Consequences of Ideas: The What, the Why, and the How

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A long time ago, on a peninsula far, far away, a handful of men began asking questions. These question-askers—these lovers of wisdom—realized that the simplest questions about common, everyday things and experiences could open doors to questions about all of reality....
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Reconciling Math to Mankind

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Math—one of the most reviled “four-letter words” ever invented. In fact, I am surprised it made it through the editors into this article. However, this common revulsion need not be a common occurrence. Mathematics should be neither reprehensible nor detestable to any...
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