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    Why Classical Studies and Christianity?

    These Classical concepts prepared the world to accept Christ as the Logos, and ultimately as God. The reason a Classical education is not only relevant but important to Christianity, is because God has been at work in all men to bring about his purpose of redemption and salvation.

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    Already and Not Yet

    From the first independent proclamation that under God, all men are created equal, the evidence of a Christian theology has permeated our constitution.

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    Judge Not!

    The objection the Church currently faces in a relative society is an opportunity to speak the firm truth of Christ in compassion and love, but most definitely not to retreat to doctrine that allows a person to believe they are fine as God created them.

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    Great Is Your Faithfulness

    "The steadfast love of the LORD never ceases; his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness." Lamentations 3:22–23

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    The Children of God

    With our position, as God’s children, comes responsibility, as we now represent someone other than ourselves. We have a calling. We have a purpose.  We carry the name of Christian on our chest. We are marked, and as such it is rightly expected of us to act in line with our family heritage.

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    The Christian Worldview

    Our understanding of justice and our demand for such a metaphysical law to be upheld with certainty and devotion is absurd in a universe where God does not exist. The condition of human nature is that we recognize this reality and that while we seek for it we equally rebel against it.