Tag Archives: classical education

Review: The Mind of the Maker (Sayers)

Sayer argues that the laws of creative imagination are analogues of the Trinity.   Or to say it another way, there is a Trinitarian structure in the mind of man. This is also mirrored in the writing of a book: Book … Continue reading

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The Well-Educated Mind

Bauer, Susan Wise.  The Well-Educated Mind: A Guide to the Classical Education You Never Had.  New York: Norton, 2003. This isn’t just a book review.  I am also making a template on how to approach literature, as given by Bauer. Anyone … Continue reading

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Review: Gordon Clark, Christian Philosophy of Education

This is one of the early forays into the modern approach to Christian education/Christian schools. Clark doesn’t give anything like a program or curriculum.  He does give good guidelines. And as always, his writing style is top-notch. The first half … Continue reading

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Wilson’s Influence on “Classical Christian Education”

Originally posted on A Daughter of the Reformation:
As I noted in the last post, Doug Wilson’s views on theology, history, slavery, patriarchy, marriage, sex, etc. are present in materials that many CCE schools, programs, and homeschools use. In doing…

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