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Articles tagged Aristotle

Plundering the Egyptians

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I will give this people favor in the sight of the Egyptians, and it shall be, when you go, that you shall not go empty-handed. But every woman shall ask of her neighbor, namely, of her who dwells near her house, articles of silver, articles of gold, and clothing; and...
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Doing Science Like Kepler

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by Marc
Friday, 13 March, 2015
categories: Articles, Big Ideas: Truth, Beauty, Goodness and more!
How do we “do science”? What tools has God given us to understand His creation? Where do we begin our search for knowledge? How do we know when we have arrived at truth? That’s a bunch of questions all at once, I know. Instead of giving you as many answers in a list, I...
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Is Christmas Reasonable?

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God or no God? It all basically boils down to this question. Many worldviews exist and many philosophies pervade our culture, but they can all be reduced to this single question. Aristotle, the “Father of Logic,” a product of a pantheistic culture and a skeptic of...
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Examining Worldviews: The Difference between Common Ground and Neutral Ground

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by Jonathan
Tuesday, 26 November, 2013
categories: Big Ideas: Truth, Beauty, Goodness and more!
One of the main intellectual focuses in evangelical circles today is on worldviews. There is quite a bit of good, open discussion about how one’s worldview affects the way we see and interpret the world around us. It is beneficial to be able to (a) understand that...
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What is the Difference Between Classical and Conventional Education?

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by Andrew
Friday, 08 November, 2013
categories: Classical Christian Education
The heart of the difference between classical and conventional education is not in curriculum or teaching methods, though those are effected. The heart of the issue is in goals and beliefs. Our practices often entangle us so much that we cannot get back to the things...
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