Tag Archives: Christian education

Anti-Christian-School Court Ruling Overturned

In case you missed it, last weekend the Supreme Court of the United States overturned a lower court’s ruling that Arizona’s system of educational tax credits was unconstitutional. Under the system, people can donate to private schools’ tuition scholarship programs … Continue reading

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The Christian College in a Pluralist Society, Part II

The second installment of the article to which I linked a few weeks ago is now online over at ISI. I wrote then that I wanted to see how the author was going to develop this idea of danger to … Continue reading

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The Christian College in a Pluralist Society

I’m running short on time today, so I’ll content myself with posting another link from ISI. This one is a reprint of part of a 2005 article from Latin Mass magazine. It asks some interesting questions about threats to Christian … Continue reading

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Reading and Teaching the Great Books: Opportunities and Challenges

Having taught the classic texts of Western civilization at the college level for a number of years now, I can testify that the psychological obstacles between most college students and this material are formidable. Now that most K-12 systems self-consciously … Continue reading

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The Practicality of the Liberal Arts, part 2

[This essay was originally published on my Blogger site on 2 March 2010. This is the last content post from the old blog; I plan to begin posting fresh content here next week.] At the end of my last post, … Continue reading

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