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Christianity.com Video - 3: Horton on Classical Christian Education

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Dr. Horton was asked about some principles parents should consider when educating their children. Mike responds by endorsing the Classical Christian Education model in the next Christianity.com video.


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  • Guest - John Cook

    What about those of us who can't afford the thousands of dollars a year it takes to send just one child to one of these schools? If we choose to homeschool, are there some programs, such as K-12, that are better than others?

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  • Mr. Cook, there a several really good options for homeschoolers to pursue excellent Classical Christian educations for their children. Veritas Press has a "scholar's academy" geared toward homeschoolers, and Classical Conversations is also an excellent tool/organization. Before these options were available many homeschoolers chose to just follow the Veritas or Logos academy curriculums and materials, which also worked well.

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  • Guest - Matt Winslow

    Mr Cook,

    In addition to those mentioned above, Memoria Press (memoriapress.com) also publishes good classical materials for homeschoolers. Between Veritas and Memoria, we have successfully homeschooled 2 kids through high school (and 6 to go!) with a classical focus.

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  • Guest - John Cook

    Thanks so much to both of you for the help. We just started the K-12 program for his 2nd grade year, as he has attended public schools up until now. To be honest, if he is anything like his father, he is a slow learner, so delaying the switch to a classical curriculum for a year and getting used to the home school format first may be best for him. Matt, good luck with the other six.

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  • Guest - Stephen Rodgers

    Wasn't there a big reprinting of Charlotte Mason's works and other books on the order of a more-or-less classical approach to education, not too many years ago? I know my wife and I plan on using an eclectic curriculum in homeschooling, but one that focuses on the trivium, and on putting great books into the hands and brains of our kids.

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  • [...] educational model and recently answered some questions about it for Christianity.com, which video you can watch at White Horse Inn’s blog. I would like to begin exploring the educational [...]

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  • [...] to Westminster; and recently began thinking about Classical Christian Education (CCE) such as that endorsed by Michael Horton. Looking again at some explanatory statements by a proponent of CCC, I wanted to compare them to [...]

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  • [...] Here is his take on classical Christian education: [...]

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  • Guest - JT

    Could someone recommend some good resources for Adult Basic Education that incorporate and integrate a gospel-centered focus on Scripture?

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