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Day: September 10, 2012

Shakespeare: A Day in the Life of My Homeschool

Cover of William Shakespeare Charlotte Mason recommends that students read Shakespeare yearly beginning in the fourth grade as part of their liberal education. For parent-teachers intrigued and excited by this idea, the practical application seems daunting. How do we do Shakespeare in our homeschools? What does that look like? To help demystify the inclusion of …

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Imago Dei and the Redemptive Power of Fantasy – Part 4

Where did the concept of fantasy originate? For that matter where did the concept of fiction come from? Ancient man had sacred texts, but they certainly did not consider them “fantasy.” According to Gene Veith, it was the Bible that made fantasy possible in the first place. While the Greeks emphasized imitation, the Bible emphasized …

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