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American Government by Immersion

American Government by Immersion by Joel Grewe, Deputy Director of Generation Joshua   Not so long ago in a house not so far away: “Dear, just turn off the TV! You know the more you watch FOX the higher your blood pressure is going to get!” “Grrr! I will, but it just...
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The Life of Memory

Historia vero testis temporum, lux veritatis, vita memoriae, magistra vitae, nuntia vetustatis… Cicero (De Oratore, II. ix. 36)* The experience of listening to a Classical Conversations Foundations student recite the History Timeline is more than memorable, it is...
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Becoming Patient with Questions

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Modern life has a lot of benefits; I have easy access to just about anything I want. However, this benefit comes with a drawback: it is easy to forget where things came from. It is easy to forget that asparagus comes not from a factory, but from a farmer. It is easy to...
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The Delaware Tea Party…And Why Writing Is So Important

by Kathy
Tuesday, 15 April, 2014
categories: Articles, Classical Christian Education
As I traverse history with my Challenge III and IV students, I have noticed a very important trend. Those who are remembered in history are those who are able to write well. Our goal, of course, is not to be remembered but to glorify God, but if a person wants to...
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Why One Pagan Ruler Forbid Christians from Teaching Pagan Classics

I need to tell a story, a true story from our own history. This story will help us to answer some questions we have about the content which we use to educate our children. It may also shed some light on the decisions that our government makes with regard to education....
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