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Mythology and Fantasy Workshop Handout
Mythology and fantasy are much more about truth than we often like to think.
The Nutcracker and The King of Kings
We seek things that are “true…lovely…worthy of praise” wherever they are because they reflect our true, lovely, and praiseworthy Lord who calls us to “think about these things”.
By the Students: What Everyone Should Know about Ancient Greece
The students’ list of key principles gleaned from their study of Homer, Herodotus, and Thucydides shows most clearly that, although we enjoy advantages the Greeks never imagined, we still have much in common with the ancient Greeks, and there is much we can learn from them.
Leonidas, Lenin, and Larry walk into a pub…
I am a Spartan. I am a free man. The Persians wanted to destroy Sparta and to take away freedom from all of the Greeks. They wanted to destroy what we are. They wanted to take away a large part of our very existence. To take Sparta from Leonidas and to take freedom from Leonidas leaves you with someone who is not fully Leonidas. To be fully myself, I must be a Spartan and a free man—not a Persian slave.
Missing in Action: Why Classical Educators Must Teach Military History
We as classical educators must teach military history to see in sharper relief the causes for which we should act and the causes for which we should be prepared to die.
The Underground Hero: Five Reasons to Know Mihajlo Mihajlov
“Freedom…cannot become a means for anything.”