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My Arguments Bounced Off of Her Like Tigger on Red Bull

A few years ago, I had the joy of serving a group of pre-teens and teens in a Geography class. Not being a geography expert (understatement of the year and a fact that I made quite clear to the parents and students when they asked me to serve), I was happy to walk with the students through their Geography textbook as they memorized …

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Why do so many excellent (biblical, Christ-centered) books have uninteresting titles and graphics?

A few months ago, I mentioned to a friend how wonderfully, biblically, rich, Christ-exalting, and helpful one of my currently-being-read-books was. (I’m one of those people who usually has a PILE O’ BOOKS surrounding me, on every level, all the time.) I told her that this might actually be one of my favorite books of all time (!!) and I was super excited …

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Specific Resources for Teaching Children Logic

In response to a question on Facebook (Hi, EH! 🙂 !), I was trying to think through exactly what resources I have used for teaching logic to children. For my 5th and 6th graders this year, I was basically winging it (creating handouts and outlines based on where our discussions took us each week and based on old logic textbooks …

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An introductory course on logic could really serve the cause of the gospel among younger generations …

If you’ve read this blog for any length of time, you know that I love to discuss, well, pretty much anything with young people. I love to get to know them, listen to them, ask questions of them (and then listen to their responses). I also enjoy challenging them (once relationship is established)—especially re: why they believe what they believe. I hope that …

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