Association of Classical and Christian Schools

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Current Broadcast: Classical Christian Education: The Imperative

Charles  Colson
Date: 9/1/2009
There is no dichotomy between faith and reason. Reason rests on the propositions of faith. It's impossible to be an educated person in today's modern culture without being grounded in the classics, the disciplines of classical education, and the ways in which philosophy has intersected with the Christian faith

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