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Articles tagged Christian Classical Education

A Christian Curriculum: God's Word and God's World

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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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Quadrivium for Trivium's Sake

When I first started to enjoy reading I was two years removed from my college graduation. My love for reading began initially because I loved music. I began reading about music history, music philosophy, music and worship, and yes, even boring music theory. This pushed...
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Classical—Christian—Community (Part Two)

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In my first article on this topic I focused on the overarching vision of Classical Conversations which is often delineated by the alliterative, threefold focus: Classical Christian Community. This article will focus on community as it relates to each of the three...
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The Practical Classical Education

This month, I visited St. John’s College in Annapolis, Maryland for their Accepted Students Day. My oldest son, Alec, graduated from Challenge IV in the spring of 2013 and will complete his year at Mandala Fellowship in May. He has been accepted to St. John’s, so we...
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The Way of Repentance

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by Andrew
Friday, 03 January, 2014
categories: Classical Christian Education
Even in rhetoric, it all comes down to The Way of Repentance. What is this Way? One might look at it in a number of different lights. Here is one: it is leaving behind the voices, anxieties, and vainglories that crowd our minds and souls in order to enter His silence...
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