This 12th grade catechism is recited at the beginning of each class What is Thomas Aquinas’ “Student’s Prayer”? Come, Holy Spirit, Divine Creator, true source of light and fountain of wisdom. Pour forth your brilliance upon my dense intellect, dissipate the darkness which covers me, that of sin and of ignorance. Grant me a penetratingContinue reading “Economics Class Catechism”
This 8th grade class catechism is recited at the beginning of each class Who is God? God is the creator of heaven and earth who is three in one and one in three. God is Father, Son, and Spirit. In what sense is God one? The Father, Son, and Spirit share the same divine nature.Continue reading “New Testament Class Catechism”
Introduction At the center of cultural reformation is remaking the education system, which requires a lot more than just starting another classical Christian school. In recent decades the church has seen the rise of private schools, classical Christian education, and homeschooling. Tens of thousands of Christians have pulled their kids out of government schools toContinue reading “The Lost Timeline of Learning”
This 12th grade class catechism is recited at the beginning of each class Where does God live? God dwells in all places; God is beyond place; God is place itself. When does God live? God dwells in all places, at all times; God transcends time and is beyond time. Who am I? I am aContinue reading “Class Catechism: U.S. History 20th & 21st Century”
This 11th grade class catechism is recited at the beginning of each class To what are you a slave? I am a slave to what I obey, either of sin, which leads to death, or of obedience, which leads to righteousness (Rom. 6:16). What are you, in Christ? By faith, when Christ died to sin,Continue reading “Class Catechism: English Civil War through American Civil War”
The Article Originally Appeared at the Circe Institute Most humanities teachers have some degree of romanticism. It’s hard to teach without it. But sometimes the stories and people we teach seem like faint echoes that bear little relevance to us. Before proceeding further, I must confess: I am a proud romantic. St. George is myContinue reading “Defenders of Civilization”
What exactly is this Nehemian vision that we are to emulate?