What is a classical education? The essential core of classical Christian education includes the study [...]
Arguably, the greatest student-teacher relationship in ancient history was that of Alexander the Great and [...]
The expression “dark ages” refers to the period of time after the fall of Rome [...]
At sixteen, Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus stood overlooking the people of Rome. People cheered [...]
On March 17th of the year 180 A.D., the Pax Romana came to an [...]
On a cold morning in Rome, a man came to deliver birds to the home [...]
How many people would hand over supreme power to return to life as a farmer, [...]
As a Christian holy day, Christmas is about one great Christian doctrine: the Incarnation. The [...]
Only one man in history both lived by the pen and literally died by [...]
In After Virtue, Alasdair MacIntyre observes that in all classical and heroic societies, “the chief [...]
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