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Pre-Conference: Explaining and Teaching Virtue to Baptized Skeptics- Part 6 (J. Gibbs)

Classical teachers face an uphill battle. They help students cultivate virtue despite the fact that many Christians do not believe that cultivating virtue is important. Rather, many American Christians believe that gaining virtue is an unnecessary concern of delusional Christians who don’t understand that salvation is by grace alone. The Christian teacher needs both a […]

Pre-Conference: Explaining and Teaching Virtue to Baptized Skeptics- Part 5 (J. Gibbs)

Classical teachers face an uphill battle. They help students cultivate virtue despite the fact that many Christians do not believe that cultivating virtue is important. Rather, many American Christians believe that gaining virtue is an unnecessary concern of delusional Christians who don’t understand that salvation is by grace alone. The Christian teacher needs both a […]

Pre-Conference: Explaining and Teaching Virtue to Baptized Skeptics- Part 4 (J. Gibbs)

Classical teachers face an uphill battle. They help students cultivate virtue despite the fact that many Christians do not believe that cultivating virtue is important. Rather, many American Christians believe that gaining virtue is an unnecessary concern of delusional Christians who don’t understand that salvation is by grace alone. The Christian teacher needs both a […]

Pre-Conference: Explaining and Teaching Virtue to Baptized Skeptics- Part 3 (J. Gibbs)

Classical teachers face an uphill battle. They help students cultivate virtue despite the fact that many Christians do not believe that cultivating virtue is important. Rather, many American Christians believe that gaining virtue is an unnecessary concern of delusional Christians who don’t understand that salvation is by grace alone. The Christian teacher needs both a […]

Pre-Conference Session: Explaining and Teaching Virtue to Baptized Skeptics- Part 2 (J. Gibbs)

Classical teachers face an uphill battle. They help students cultivate virtue despite the fact that many Christians do not believe that cultivating virtue is important. Rather, many American Christians believe that gaining virtue is an unnecessary concern of delusional Christians who don’t understand that salvation is by grace alone. The Christian teacher needs both a […]

Pre-Conference Session: Explaining and Teaching Virtue to Baptized Skeptics- Part 1 (J. Gibbs)

Classical teachers face an uphill battle. They help students cultivate virtue despite the fact that many Christians do not believe that cultivating virtue is important. Rather, many American Christians believe that gaining virtue is an unnecessary concern of delusional Christians who don’t understand that salvation is by grace alone. The Christian teacher needs both a […]

Pre-Conference Session: Explaining and Teaching Virtue to Baptized Skeptics (A. Smith)

Classical teachers face an uphill battle. They help students cultivate virtue despite the fact that many Christians do not believe that cultivating virtue is important. Rather, many American Christians believe that gaining virtue is an unnecessary concern of delusional Christians who don’t understand that salvation is by grace alone. The Christian teacher needs both a […]

Rhetoric at Your School: Centerpiece or Add-On?

More than likely, your school views its Rhetoric program as a distinctive. It is an aspect of your school that sets it apart from other schools in your geographic community and it is something that allows your constituencies to rest assured that you really are offering a Classical curriculum. But can you say in all […]

The Common Topics: Threads That Hold the Verbal Arts Together

The verbal arts are related to one another, particularly through the means by which we teach them. Since the verbal arts are skills, not terminating subjects, they are taught throughout the curriculum. But as we focus on teaching them singularly, how can we do so in a way that most naturally leads to teaching the […]