As Iron Sharpens Iron
The chief goals of classical Christian education are to instill virtue and a love for God and His Word. But how does one practically instill these intangibles? Classical education employs a method called "socratic seminar" to develop an appetite for truth among students, while developing humility in and through the academic process.
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