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Articles tagged Liberal Arts

What do we mean by “Liberal Arts”?

by Roman Roads
Tuesday, 13 December, 2016
categories: Articles, Classical Christian Education
As Christians recover classical Christian education, they are unearthing old treasures once the possession of every educated man. Some of these treasures are words and descriptions—terms like trivium and quadrivium, paideia and liberal arts. Of all these terms, “...
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How the Challenge Program Helped Me

Classical Conversations' Challenge program is, in some ways, the hardest thing I've ever had to do in my life, short as it’s been. It wasn't the homework that was hard, or the Latin quizzes. It wasn't the classroom dynamic or the time management that was hard either. I...
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The Practical Education: A Response to “Don’t Stay in School”

I admit that the first time I watched the video “Don’t Stay in School,” I felt incredibly irritated. In an edgy rap, David Brown recites facts and skills he was required to learn in school instead of useful information he thought would have more effectively prepared...
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A Quadrivium Developed: Christianized Liberal Arts (Part Two)

In our first article, we looked at the development of the subjects comprising the seven liberal arts with specific attention given to the quadrivium. In this article, we will focus on how the seven liberal arts were Christianized. Hopefully, this will give us some...
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How Classical Education Prepared Me for Africa

Never had I imagined that I would be homeschooling a few Ugandan high school girls; it’s too crazy even for me to dream up. Thankfully, God prepared me for this long before I knew to prepare myself. Only two months after hearing about the job I boarded a plane and...
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