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Articles tagged Trivium

The Purpose of Education

What is the purpose of education? To what end are children taught? These are questions that have been asked throughout the “classical conver­sation” of history, and they are questions that must continue to be asked. Classically, the answer about the purpose of...
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Pagan Gods in Classical, Christian Education?

Each time we approach Cycle 1 in Classical Conversations, we receive questions from parents wondering about memorizing the names of Greek and Roman gods with their young ones. Why would Christians want to know the names of pagan gods and goddesses? Can a study of the...
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Classical and Christian? Can It Be?

by Jennifer
Friday, 31 August, 2012
categories: Articles, Classical Christian Education
Can an education be both classical and Christian? Many parents ask this question every year, unknowingly echoing an age-old query. Parents often associate a classical education with “non-Christian” content such as Greek mythology or philosophy. Naturally, they then...
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Changing the Grammar of Science

by Jonathan
Thursday, 14 April, 2011
categories: Classical Christian Education
When teaching by the Trivium, we usually take the grammar for granted. While we must take the grammar of a subject for granted when we learn a new subject, sometimes we must also re-evaluate the grammar of what we have learned and develop a new one based on a better...
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