As Christians recover classical Christian education, they are unearthing old treasures, once the possession of every educated man. Some of these treasures are words and descriptions–terms like “Trivium” and “Quadrivium,” “paideia,” and “liberal arts.” Of all these terms, “liberal arts” lays at the heart of what classical education is all about. So what did our forefathers mean by “liberal arts”? “Liberal” The word liberal has nothing to do with our modern use of the word in politics and culture. Liberal means “free,” and historically described the kind of education expected of a freeman–especially one in a position of leadership, like … Continue Reading “What do we mean by “Liberal Arts”?”
In this video, we go through the 256 Forms of Mood and Figure, a challenge from Lesson 24 of Introductory Logic Video course. This is a task that many students (and even educators) have found to be difficult, tedious, and some say impossible. Here we SHOW you how to do it, and that it is indeed possible! Session I. We recommend you watch in FULL HD! Click the little “gears” box after pushing play. Session II.
Logic is the art of reasoning well—of learning to think God’s thoughts after Him. This Logic curriculum lays the proper foundation of reasoning in the truth of God, then trains students in the crucial skills of defining terms, recognizing basic types of statements, identifying informal fallacies, and more. Watch the trailer for the updated and expanded Introductory and Intermediate Logic DVDs! Related Videos: Watch the FULL LESSON 7 from Intermediate Logic: Analyzing Logic in the movies: