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Articles dated June 2012

The Fight for the Souls of Our Christian Colleges and Universities

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Just as there is a fight for the soul of the Church, there is a fight for the souls of our Christian colleges and universities. Some of the most damaging fire is coming from within our own ranks. Getting shot is bad either way but I think most of us prefer to dodge...
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Religious by Definition

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by Tobin
Wednesday, 27 June, 2012
categories: Big Ideas: Truth, Beauty, Goodness and more!
To continue the discussion on Atheism which I began on June 14 <read here>, I want to examine some dictionary definitions of religion and argue that Atheism fits within these definitions. My hope is that, if you have any Atheist friends, this article will equip...
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Preparing for Next Year's Latin Class. . .

by Kathy
Tuesday, 26 June, 2012
categories: Classical Christian Education
It is time to start thinking about organizing your class materials for next year! I love the feeling of a new year—new information to learn and several trips to Staples. Here are some things I recommend beyond Henle Latin Grammar: 1. A vocabulary notebook. This is a...
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Summer Socrates

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by Brian
Monday, 25 June, 2012
categories: Classical Christian Education
It is late August—Day 1 of school for your Challenge kids. You, the tutor, ask the question, “What sort of cool things did you learn over the summer that challenged your thinking? What did you learn that made you defend your beliefs?” Hands shoot up all over the...
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My Summer Vacation in Narnia

by Matt
Thursday, 21 June, 2012
categories: Classical Christian Education
Summer vacations are an important part of the American culture. We plan for them all year, and if we are thrifty we prepare for them financially through the year. I have recently returned from one of the most memorable vacations I have ever taken—Narnia. It began on a...
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