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Seven Ways a Classical Education Works with a Christian Worldview

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Classical Conversations is a classical, Christian education. Some might see these words placed together and not see the connection. In fact, some might go so far as to say they do not connect. It probably will not surprise you to hear me say, “Well, they do go together...
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Book Review: Climbing Parnassus: A New Apologia for Greek and Latin

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Were you classically educated? Me neither! I have so much to learn! And I have been doing it through reading about classical education. I finished reading Climbing Parnassus: A New Apologia for Greek and Latin by Tracy Lee Simmons today. Yay! This book was handed out...
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A Father Takes Up Latin

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Homo doctus in se semper divitias habet. (A learned man always has wealth within himself.) My life is littered with failed attempts to learn foreign languages. If there is such a thing as having a “knack” for learning languages I do not have it. As my wife, kids, and I...
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Climbing a Different Mountain

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Every parent wants their child to become educated. Every school, whether public or private, secular or Christian, also aims to educate. Homeschoolers, for various reasons, choose to educate in the home and its environs. Christian schools and Christian homeschoolers aim...
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Classical Acts and Facts History Cards: A Firm Foundation

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by Courtney
Monday, 30 April, 2012
categories: Classical Christian Education
I just opened my new Classical Conversations history cards and I just love them! They are beautiful! I am reading Abolition of Man and Climbing Parnassus, and both are convicting me to immerse my children in truth, beauty, and goodness. The history cards are one of...
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