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Spirituality in Physics

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by Jonathan
Thursday, 18 June, 2015
categories: Classical Christian Education
Revisiting Some Archived Articles that Have Not Been Lost, but May Have Been Forgotten and Are Worth a Fresh Read Original Post Date: May 19, 2011 My son is a big fan of Benjamin Franklin, because he invented and discovered so many things. Last year, it seemed like...
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Math for Fun: How to Count to Infinity

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by Jonathan
Monday, 30 September, 2013
categories: Homeschooling Life
Infinity is one of those mathematical concepts that seem to befuddle everyone. It is simultaneously easy to understand, but hard to grasp. What is infinity, how do we use it, and why is it important? First of all, infinity is not really a number; it is more of a...
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The Human/Technology Experiment

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by David
Tuesday, 12 March, 2013
categories: Homeschooling Life
The incandescent light bulb changed our world. Society embraced the new invention. As we adapted, darkness no longer stopped the show. Now people can work and play any time, day or night. It is hard for us to imagine that the setting of the sun would significantly...
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Got Myth?

The mythos represents man’s imaginative and, ultimately, spiritual effort to make this world intelligible; the logos sets forth his rational attempt to do the same.1 Humans have two basic tools with which to make this world intelligible: the mythos and the logos;...
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Mathematics and Theology: The Problem of Quantity and the Importance of the Immaterial

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by Jonathan
Thursday, 13 December, 2012
categories: Classical Christian Education
Our current world is obsessed with quantitative thinking. Frankly, I am, too. Numbers are extremely helpful in gauging all sorts of things in life, from the output of the economy to the number of people who show up in church each week. The problem, however, is that in...
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