Tag Archives: education

Spring Newsletter

Our Spring newsletter introduces a new series from Gil Bailie’s audio archives, Reflections on The Bible – from Slavery to Freedom: Encountering God in stories. This series was recorded in 1988 when Gil was just beginning to incorporate elements of … Continue reading

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Educating the young

Try to guess when the following observation was made: … the more completely secularized public education becomes . . . the more the Christian element in our culture will diminish and the more complete will be the victory of the … Continue reading

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Hostile to the very idea of human nature…

Thirteen years ago after much deliberation Gil Bailie posted the following on our old web blog. In the intervening years the cultural milieu has moved dramatically in regard to the matters of concern in this post. I am re-posting it … Continue reading

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America’s higher education brought low

Here’s a quick overview of the Ideological Sandbox into which our Apprentice Totalitarians have transformed our educational institutions from kindergarten to graduate school. It would all be sad enough if there were no other threats to our civilization, but as … Continue reading

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Teaching history…

“When a nation’s history is poorly taught in schools, ignored by the young, and proudly rejected by qualified elders, awareness of tradition consists only in wanting to destroy it.” – Jacques Barzun

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