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Articles dated January 2016

How Do We Study Science Classically?

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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Two Valuable Things I Learned in my College Education Classes

I loved my college and my Latin education. However, the education classes were not as fruitful as I had expected. I really did not learn what I needed to know about teaching techniques until I was out in the trenches. All the theory in the world does not really enable...
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A Christian Curriculum: God's Word and God's World

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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Memoria that Makes a Mark

In April of 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King was arrested for participating in a protest march that was part of an effort to end segregation in Birmingham, Alabama. While he was in jail, someone brought him a copy of a newspaper which contained an open letter from a group...
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Plato Joins Classical Conversations

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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