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Classical Pedagogy

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Milton, Meet Handel

Dr. Ryan F. Smith Classical music can help students learn classical texts imaginatively. Music enlivens poetry in magical ways. When great classical composers and poets
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Classical Literature

Classical Pedagogy

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How to Read a Book…According to Milton

by Dr. Cole Jeffrey Guest contributor Milton’s lesser known political tracts reveal his philosophy of reading During the 1640s, England was divided by a bitter
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Classical Pedagogy

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Higher Education

Why Study Paradise Lost?

The power of Paradise Lost is not only in presenting Christian truth in a classical form, but also in reshaping that form according to Christian
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Cultural Events

Fearfully and Wonderfully Made:
Recovering Objectivity in One’s Self-Perception

Both Scripture and biology provide objective standards for understanding our sexualityBy Dr. Ryan Smith “If you can keep your head when all about youAre losing
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Classical Pedagogy

Study as Otium

The Role of Leisure in Education By Michael Hunter We rightly view study as hard work. Much study is indeed a weariness of the flesh
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Higher Education

The Supreme Court and Higher Education:
48 Hours in Review

The Supreme Court has made two significant decisions that affect higher education
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Higher Education

Viewing Education as a Garden

By Dr. Brian Phillips In Poetic Diction, Owen Barfield wrote, “If we trace the meanings of a great many words – or those of the
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Classical Pedagogy

Integrating Faith in the Academy: Three Core Components

By Dr. Ryan F. Smith All problems of modern academic liberalism are, at their root, theological. The fundamental error in secular academia is the denial
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