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Day: March 13, 2018

Vote now in round 2 of our Leading Ladies of Literature Bracket!

Don’t miss a chance to cast your vote in round two of our Leading Ladies of Literature Bracket! (Voting in rounds 2 begins at 11pm EST on 3/14) Just sixteen great literary leading ladies remain and there are some juicy matchups still to be decided. We have miss Elizabeth Bennet up against Katherine Minola. In …

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Please, Not Another Christian Think Piece On Culture

In the current American scene, references to “culture” have become as ubiquitous as references to freedom, diversity, and acceptance. While many Christians are leery of what the secular world thinks those latter three words mean, we are quite ready to accept contemporary definitions of “culture.” For most people, culture is “books and movies and things,” …

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6 Reasons Why Charlotte Mason Was Part of the Classical Tradition

My view of classical education is far more concerned with the real thing than with the word “classical.” So drawing from the very long Chrisitan classical tradition, I would include Charlotte Mason in that tradition every bit as much as any body else because she: 1. Was a metaphysical realist (which post Dewey progressives are …

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