New Renaissance review

Posted 1 CommentPosted in Uncategorized

HomeschoolChristian.com has just posted their review of The Story of the Renaissance and Reformation. Here is an excerpt: “The Story of the Renaissance and Reformation holds more information than many students receive in a college-level world history course, yet the book is written at a level that can reach across the entire family. The storybook […]

"catching up" in classical education (or in any homeschooling method) | biblical homeschooling at a little perspective

older children “catching up” in classical education

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Uncategorized

(Or in any educational method) Many children begin classical education, not in kindergarten, but come to it later from another educational method. One of the burning questions parents have is how to get their children “caught up” to where they should be in classical education. Classical education depends on a progression of knowledge. Parents will usually not be able […]

economics for the citizen

Posted Leave a commentPosted in government, senior 10-12

“Last fall semester, I didn’t teach for the first time in 37 years. No, I haven’t retired. It was my semester-off reward for two terms as department chairman at George Mason University. A break is well deserved after a chairmanship — a job not unlike that of herding cats. During fall semesters, I typically teach our first-year Ph.D. microeconomics […]

CLASSICAL EDUCATION AND HUMANISM, PART ONE

Posted Leave a commentPosted in educational philosophy

I was recently asked how to provide a Christian classical education for children that will not lead them to humanism. Let’s begin by defining terms. Humanism comes from the Latin humanitas, which means, “culture.” Today it means that philosophy which elevates the excellence of man, and is associated with secularism. Christians usually adhere to that philosophy which elevates […]