Nexus Notes – December 8th, 2017

A nexus is a series of connections linking two or more things. These notes are dedicated to linking us to great content elsewhere out on the web.

 

A Test For CCE Students – Article by Mark Bauerlein

This article informs and explains the new kind of admissions test that has been created called the Classic Learning Test.

 

Avoiding Trendy Ideas – Article by Dr. John Mark Reynolds

What we are seeking then is the classic—that which endures. We must be careful, however, as many who use, “classic,” just mean, “the educational fad before when any of us were born.”

 

An Education that Challenges Culture – Article by Dr. Ben Merkle

“The first and most obvious reason I am not too worried about these troubled times is that my trust ultimately is in the living God and not in the fickle will of a mob. Second, I already see at work in our nation another generation, one that is being raised up with an entirely different character. And I see as the common denominator that brands this other generation their classical Christian K-12 education.”

 

A PROFESSOR, A PRIEST, AND A PARENT WALK INTO A SCHOOL …

Classical Christian education has come a long way. It traveled thousands of years to reach us where we are today, and it’s spreading. Here are three takes on classical education from perspectives you might not normally hear.

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