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John Adams on Education

“But the point is now determined, and I shall have the liberty to think for myself.” So wrote John Adams—the second US President—upon entering the study of law. Like the Berean Jews (Acts 17:11), Adams demonstrates the independent thinking of a free people. In his 2003 Jefferson Lecture on the

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Sign of a New Reformation?

In honor of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, we are happy to offer Darrow’s article originally published Feb 18, 2016. ~ Could a new reformation be on the horizon? We often talk about and pray for much needed revival, a movement of God that would lead to reformation

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Christ-Centered Education Produces Leaders, part 2

This is post 3 of 5 in the series “colonial education” The Holy Family with Angels, Rembrandt van Rijn, 1646 All the great Protestant reformers of the sixteenth century—Luther, Calvin, Knox, Zwingli, Sturm, Farel, Beza, and Melanchthon—were aggressive education champions committed to Bible-centered Christian instruction and discipleship. They understood that

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Learn Latin to the Glory of God

This is post 2 of 2 in the series “Latin study” In the first of this two-part series we highlighted the Philadelphia Boys’ Latin school. This institution is graduating young men of character whose language skills outstrip most of their peers. Eighty percent are going on to college. Anyone who learns

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