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Day: May 13, 2016

From Parking Lots to Bulletin Boards: Why Aesthetics Matter in a Classical Classroom

In his book, Christ and Architecture, Donald Bruggink says, “A church interested in preaching the Gospel must be interested in architecture as well. For the architecture of a church either augments the preached word or conflicts with it.” This is true of the classical, Christian school as well. A classical, Christian education places a high …

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Experiments For Intellectuals: Pascal Without Frontiers

“Good morning. Today we are going to finish up studying Blaise Pascal’s Pensées. In particular, we are going to examine Pascal’s claim that, “All of humanity’s problems stem from man’s inability to sit quietly in a room alone.” Is this true? Is man truly incapable of sitting quietly in a room? I would like to …

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