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The First Debate

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"Did God really say?"  And so began the first debate.  Satan, the original sophist, uses his crafty rhetoric for his own pleasure and benefit.  His exordium, a simple question, sets the tragic events into motion. Eve's response is most intriguing:  "God did say, ‘You...
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A Journey Worth Taking

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My mother has a beautiful mezzo soprano voice. When I was a child, she participated in many community choirs, and, due to my father’s deployments with the Navy, she frequently had her three little girls in tow. Because of this, I grew up learning the parts to Handel’s...
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Embracing the Awkward Pause

Dealing with the awkward pause in a Challenge-level class can be, dare we say it, challenging. As tutors and as parents, our goal is to draw out the answer from our students, but how? One of the crucial elements of a meaningful conversation, oddly enough, is silence....
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The Many Lessons of Chemistry in Classical Education

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by Jonathan
Thursday, 04 June, 2015
categories: Classical Christian Education
Revisiting Some Archived Articles that Have Not Been Lost, but May Have Been Forgotten and Are Worth a Fresh Read Original Post Date: July 8, 2013 I find that I am better able to learn topics when I can connect them to something I already love or already understand....
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Lessons Learned Last Year

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All’s well that ends well? I hope so, because this academic year is ending very well, but that is not to say that the entire year has been smooth sailing. There have been some choppy seas on our Challenge II journey—even a couple of storms. After one such storm, we...
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