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With CC every week is Christian Education Week

by John
Monday, 24 April, 2017
categories: Articles
April 24-30 is Christian Education Week, and, although Classical Conversations doesn’t specifically celebrate the week, in a broader sense, for CC, every week of the year is Christian Education Week. We believe that true Christianity and true education are inseparable...
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Classical—Christian—Community (Part One)

by Marc
Wednesday, 20 August, 2014
categories: Articles, Classical Christian Education, Homeschooling Life
The overarching vision of Classical Conversations is often delineated by the alliterative, threefold focus: Classical Christian Community. For a brief moment, I’d like to zoom in on each “C” in this alliteration. Classical Conversations is “classical.” That’s not...
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Should We Teach Students that Science Studies Only Material Causes?

by Jonathan
Tuesday, 08 April, 2014
categories: Classical Christian Education
In my previous article discussing Phillip Johnson and Defeating Darwinism by Opening Minds, I made a strong case for why a Christian should reject materialism in very strong terms. One issue, however, that is often brought forward regarding science is the question of...
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True Mythology - "Perfect Myth and Perfect Fact" (Part II: This Is His Spoken World)

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. Through Him were all things made. Welcome to His poem. His play. His novel. Skip the bowls of fruit and statues. Let the pages flick through your thumbs. This is His spoken world...
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True Mythology - "Perfect Myth and Perfect Fact" (Part I: True Mythology Correlates with Absolute Reality)

We need stories. Since ancient times, we have turned to stories, tales, and myths in order to articulate our understanding of the cosmos. Not only do these narratives enable us to describe reality, they portray humanity’s place and purpose in the creation. Stories...
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