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Articles dated September 2012

The Mathematics of Theology: Seeing to Infinity

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by Jonathan
Friday, 28 September, 2012
categories: Classical Christian Education
When we think about the world theologically, we are trying to understand the world as God sees it. We usually see the world through very finite lenses—our perspective does not extend beyond the end of our noses. Many people take what their immediate senses tell them,...
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How to Teach a Roman to Read

by Kathy
Monday, 24 September, 2012
categories: Classical Christian Education
I love studying the ancients and comparing their world to ours. The Romans, specifically, were very similar to us. In Classical Conversations, we study with a classical, Christian method. Once in a while, I will google Classical Conversations reviews to see what people...
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First Cause First

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The meat of this essay will focus on simple pedagogical practices for young children, but first I must necessarily speak philosophically to the parents of these youngsters. In case it has been a while since you took your college philosophy class, and in case you have...
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Late Nights and Snotty Noses

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by Brian
Wednesday, 19 September, 2012
categories: Homeschooling Life
Remember when your munchkins were young - when they were tiny, chubby, and cute? Remember all the priceless moments with your infant: cuddling, cooing, first steps, first words, first time accurately hitting the porcelain? These are the moments we treasure in our...
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Three Things a Guitar Taught Me about Grammar

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by Jen
Tuesday, 18 September, 2012
categories: Classical Christian Education
When I graduated from high school, the Foundations program was still in its infancy and my understanding of the classical model was similarly juvenile. The grammar stage of learning was for six- and seven-year-olds, I thought, not for a mature learner like me. Years...
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