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Feb
09
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Educational Helps: The Best Time to Learn about Branches of Our Government

While educating children I am constantly looking for those times when opportunity knocks. There is not a better time to teach about the branches of our government than now. Everyone knows that I like teaching history chronologically and from a historical perspective. Along with the overwhelming strengths this approach offers, it often has the weakness

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Feb
09
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The Redundancy of Christian Education

  The term Christian education is redundant. In a very real and substantial sense it is repetitious to call education Christian. While preparing for a new school year, this year, the idea of what education truly is came home very clearly. As is likely the case for you, I probably heard it before, but the

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Nov
02
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Politics is a Messy Business

Politics is a Messy Business by Gary DeMar From the publisher: Veritas is not a political organization. However, we are a biblical one–one that believes Scripture applies to all areas, including current events. We hope you find Gary’s article helpful as you consider your opportunities and responsibilities as members of two kingdoms. There are two

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Aug
16
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The robot apocalypse is coming? Will your child survive?

Could you replace your son or daughter with a robot? Of course not. But several companies are already planning to do just that. Right now corporations all over the world are scheming to replace your child with Artificial Intelligence (AI). Three weeks ago, a former student of mine, who just sold his first tech startup

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Mar
30
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Finding the Grace in Flannery

“There are ages in which it is possible to woo the reader; there are others when something more drastic is necessary. . . . to the hard of hearing you shout, and for the almost blind you draw large and startling figures.”[1] Flannery O’Connor Increasingly lauded in literary and now Christian circles, Flannery O’Connor’s art

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Feb
29
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Days of Reckoning – Mortgages, Football and The Donald

Tom plays golf at the same club as me. He works in finance for Hershey Foods, the folks who invented chocolate. Tom’s car has a bumper sticker you’ll appreciate. It simply says $18,000,000,000 and that sticker is on top of one that says $17,000,000,000. He told me he has a new one to put on

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Oct
20
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Can you answer this question about the Bible?

Looking over the homeschool marketplace, I would make two observations. It is dominated by Christians. They don’t value learning the Bible, based on the money they spend on curriculum. So, I asked some pastors and Christian leaders, “Why is it important for children to learn the content of the Bible?” This is not an attempt

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Sep
08
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Another School Year Begins

It’s Labor Day, and Laurie and I find ourselves in a ritual I expect many easterners experience—returning from the “shore,” as we call it. We were in Cape May, New Jersey, for the day and now are crawling home at 10 mph. This is not our routine, our ritual, but it’s evident that it is

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Sep
02
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My Wonder Years

One sunny April morning my boys and I, along with eight strangers, climbed aboard an inflatable raft on the windward coast of Oahu. It was a Zodiac – the sturdy rubber raft that was birthed after the sinking of the Titanic and eventually became popular with the military. We had been living in Hawaii for

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Aug
27
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August Angst

AHHHHH! August! What does that mean? Panic? Pain? Squeeze in a few more sunny days at the beach? It’s the stark reality that this train is running down the track and careening to the start of another school year. Are you ready? Am I ready? No … I never feel ready. For me, August seems

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