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Articles in scribblers tier

What do we mean by “Liberal Arts”?

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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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Love Your Neighbor, Learn to Tailor

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A few weeks ago, Cultivating Classical Parents offered a webinar discussing ideas for tailoring the Challenge Guide. The first portion of that webinar discussed what “tailoring” is and how to apply it as a metaphor to the topic of education. Tailoring a Garment In...
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Slowing Down

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“Be still before the Lord and wait patiently for Him.” Psalms 37:7 When I read from the book of Psalms in the Bible, I feel like they slow me down. This is the reason why I have been reading them over the holiday season. Perhaps it’s because they are so short or maybe...
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A Celebrated Life

My twenty-one-year-old son is refusing to walk. Before you get the wrong idea, let me back up and start over. It’s December, a time when we enjoy the happy strains of “Deck the Halls,” “O Holy Night,” “Pomp and Circumstance.” Or maybe that’s just me? You see, my son (...
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What Happens When We Choose Rest

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by Julie
Tuesday, 06 December, 2016
categories: Articles, Homeschooling Life
At 3:00 p.m. I still had my PJs on. The door to my room was shut, candles were lit, quiet was instrumental music playing in the background while I enjoyed some time to do a few of my favorite things. I don’t normally indulge in rarities such as this, but after leading...
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