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September 2, 2008

“Knowledge puffs up but love edifies.”  (1Corinthians 8:1)

At the heart of classical education is a clash of worldview.  Classical education alone produces an intellectual, articulate, logical, but still depraved, man.  The Greek (humanist) model of the fulfillment of m...

January 2, 2008

For a Christian school to be excellent, it must have balance in its several components. As an entity formed for the glory of God, it displays His glory inasmuch as it reflects His attributes. Scripture reveals God to be a Person of goodness, beauty, order, process, and...

January 8, 2006

Much of the emphasis in classical Christian education is on the development of intelligence and the development of character.  When ‘character’ is mentioned one automatically assumes that moral issues are addressed and the essence of personality is enhanced in a positi...

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