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The Ancient Quest

Then the Lord God said, “Behold, the man has become like one of Us, knowing good and evil; and now, he might stretch out his hand, and take also from the tree of life, and eat, and live forever” Genesis 3:22 Genesis 3:22 The Book of Genesis aside, the genuine expectation of conquering death has long been a hallmark of the more extreme formulations of the innovationist approach to the future, and of the hopes it tends […]

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Dream Weavers

Caught between the Scylla and Charibdis? For the average young person caught up with all the techno-world lingo on their phones, their preoccupied parents who shuffle them from here to there like cattle, and the mindless public school system that is more about indoctrination rather than education, issues of epistemology and the veracity of that which they are daily confronted with seem of little importance. It is the excitement of “the new trend” that draws

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American Education

“Good things are easily destroyed, but not easily created.”― Roger Scruton  Historically, education was built upon a foundation of the past wherein it was understood that the learning of the ancients gave wisdom to those who hoped to build for the future. Once upon a time, education meant that children were taught to read,[1] write, and count so that they could function in the world of adults and provide a living for themselves, and their

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10 Good Reasons to Homeschool Your Child

As parents living in the 21st century, the world has clearly changed since the days of our youth when we were in school. Events of the past five years in general, and during and after the Covid Shutdowns even more illustrated the point as to the destructive nature of the modern educational system.[1] Whether it is the weaponizing of our children to become Marxist activists, or the endless attempts to make students feel guilty if

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10 Historic Homeschooled Americans That Changed History

In his book, Amusing Ourselves to Death: Public Discourse in the Age of Show Business,[1] author Neil Postman describes the growth and outright dominance of the entertainment industry and the all-pervading influence it has had upon American culture. More to the point – the book illustrated how a culture could literally be dumbed down by the type of entertainment it dealt with on a weekly basis. Our modern debased culture appears to be the result

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