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Recovering the lost tools of learning : an approach to distinctively Christian education

Author: Douglas Wilson
Publisher: Wheaton, Ill. : Crossway Books, ©1991.
Series: Turning point Christian worldview series.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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"It is not possible for education to be nonreligious, deliberately excluding the basic questions about life ... [Wilson] argues for a return to classical education, firm discipline, and the requirement of hard work."--Back cover.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Douglas Wilson
ISBN: 0891075836 9780891075837
OCLC Number: 23017165
Description: 215 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: 1. Education crisis --
2. Suggested secular and Christian reforms --
3. The true ministry of education --
4. The nature of knowledge --
5. The student in Adam --
6. The classical mind --
7. The trivium and the Christian school --
8. The obstacles of modernity --
9. The problem of "pious" ignorance --
10. The home school alternative --
11. The limits of the state : a summary --
12. The need for classical and Christian education : a summary
Series Title: Turning point Christian worldview series.
Responsibility: Douglas Wilson.
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"It is not possible for education to be nonreligious, deliberately excluding the basic questions about life ... [Wilson] argues for a return to classical education, firm discipline, and the requirement of hard work."--Back cover.

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