3 results for tag: Classical Christian


Unlocking the Low Door: Learning to Love Allegory

Unlocking the Low Door: Learning to Love Allegory by Lindsey Brigham An excerpt from: https://www.circeinstitute.org/blog/unlocking-low-door-learning-love-allegory   If anything defined my childhood summers, it was The Play. Every summer, my family would migrate from South to Midwest, trading the scent of summer-heated slash pine for that of fresh-mown prairie; every summer, my siblings and the cousins we’d come to visit would bask in being reunited for a few precious weeks after a year’s worth of letters and phone calls; and every summer, we’d take up again the most solemn labor of finishing our inspired magnum opus, the project ...

Men in Early America: An Early Example of the American Patriot

“Today our country seems to be lacking courageous people, and given the many horrible events that have happened throughout the world in recent times, there has never been better a time to stand up for Biblical values, your family, or your nation.”  Matthew Kasinec, Class of 2019 Bloomfield Christian School (This article was originally published on http://goodguyswag.com) I hope Matthew’s article encourages other young men and women of faith to get out there and share their voices because they are tomorrow's leaders. --Kris Wolfe, Founder/Editor http://goodguyswag.com   Men in Early America: An Early Example of the American Patriot...

Schools Are Religious

By Robert R. Booth Religion directs and controls our lives. It is not a question of whether people are religious, it is only a matter of which religion a person serves. This religious orientation is often not acknowledged in our day, yet God's creatures cannot escape this fundamental truth of their nature. They may worship false gods, or they may worship the true God, but they will worship someone or something. Someone's religion controls every school. Every religion vies for power and control of our culture. One of the most useful tools in the quest for this power over the lives of men is found in the educational system. Kenneth Galbraith ...