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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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May
31
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More to Jane Austen than Meets the Eye

Jane Austen was a famous English novelist known primarily for her works such as Persuasion, Emma, Sense and Sensibility, and of course, Pride & Prejudice. These novels are some of the best of her time, but there is far more to them and Miss Austen than meets the eye. Drawing from her own life, Austen

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Aug
05
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Thoughts on Statistics, the “Rogue” Math Class

Consider this question: “If you had it to do over again, would you have children?” This question was posed in the syndicated column of Ann Landers in newspapers quite a few years ago. After collecting responses for a period of time, her column headlined, “70% OF PARENTS SAY KIDS NOT WORTH IT.” What would you

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Jul
07
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The Power of Truth and the Online Classroom

Trisha Williams Though all the winds of doctrine were let loose to play upon the earth, so Truth be in the field, we do injuriously by licensing and prohibiting to misdoubt her strength. Let her and Falsehood grapple; who ever knew Truth put to the worse, in a free and open encounter. JOHN MILTON, Areopagitica

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Mar
03
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Epistula Short Story Contest!

Photo credit to Joshua Waitman This month we’re featuring two of the winners of the Epistula Short Story Contest. In our January issue of Epistula, students were challenged to write their own story from two of our story prompts. Below are the winning stories in the 1st – 3rd grade category, and the 7th – 9th

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Jan
23
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Veritas Press Omnibus, Why We Serve at Wisdom’s Feast

Omnibus Text Book

The same pleasure you take in preparing a holiday feast is the same pleasure that Wisdom feels, in the book of Proverbs, as she prepares an education for her children. In Proverbs 8, Lady Wisdom concludes her eloquent invitation to wisdom, “And now, sons, hear me; Happy are they who keep my ways. Hear instruction

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Jan
20
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Jesus and the Terrorists

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Anyone with a bit of biblical literacy knows Jesus’ words in John 14:6. He says, “I am the way, the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father except through Me.” We must take this to mean that: – Jesus is the answer. – Christianity is true and all other religions are not.

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Nov
03
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Chinese Parents on the Horns of an Educational Dilemma

American Christian parents face tough decisions about to how to best provide for their children’s education. But the toughest part is often deciding between a comparatively rich supply of good and legal options – local Christian schools, homeschooling (with a nearly overwhelming array of good curriculum and models), co-op, hybrid homeschool/co-op, on-line Christian school, etc.

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Sep
01
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Honor Your Parents

The sixth commandment is well known to all of us. We find it in Exodus 20:12: Honor your father and mother. Then you will live a long, full life in the land the Lord your God is giving you. (NASB) This commandment took on new and additional meaning when I needed to write my mother’s

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Aug
18
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The Waves of Life

It seems like life comes in waves. We have periods of time that are totally uneventful, and during those seasons of life many times we can think, why does life have to be so dull? I get up in the morning and take the dog out, make coffee for my husband, make breakfast for my

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