Dabney on Fire: A Theology of Parenting, Education, Feminism, and Government

Dabney on Fire: A Theology of Parenting, Education, Feminism, and Government

In addition to my introductory chapter, Dabney On Fire contains four of Robert Lewis Dabney’s greatest essays, in which he expounds upon the significance of parents, the failure of public schools, the dangers of feminism, and the limits of civil government.

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Degrees Don't Make You "Educated"

Degrees Don't Make You "Educated"

So we go to more school than ever before, yet we know far less than those with fewer degrees from the 1700s. Colleges today teach most people very little of importance. And many unschooled persons demonstrate extensive learning, usually from the habit of reading. So let me ask the question—how are we better “educated” than previous societies?

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Curriculum Review: Liberty Classroom

 Curriculum Review: Liberty Classroom

This is how I learn history and economics. If you are like me, your high school education was lousy, and your college didn’t require much history (and much of it was liberal anyway). You may want to study history and economics, but you also know that books on these subjects can take a lot of work. That’s what makes the audio lectures from Liberty Classroom so great.

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Education and the Covenant

Education and the Covenant

That Christian children are part of the covenant means that parents are to train them in the covenant. Christian children need to be taught a Christian worldview and trained to think God's thoughts after Him. They need to learn every subject with God and His Word as the foundation, for "The fear of Yahweh is the beginning of knowledge" (Proverbs 1:7). 

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