Tag: language

Learning Language

By far, the most important reason language should be taught is that Scripture itself was written and continues to be preached with it.

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The Classical Languages: A Tale of Two Cities

If there’s one thing that makes classical education “classical,” it is the study of the classical languages: Greek and Latin. Classical education also involves reading the famous literature written in those languages, and studying the times when those authors lived. But a classical education is made classical with the classical languages.

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The Trivium: The Architecture of Language

The three arts of the Trivium are Grammar, Logic, and Rhetoric. Grammar covers the basics of language: the alphabet, vocabulary, syntax, and so forth. Logic has to do with reason and argumentation. Rhetoric is most simply defined as the art of persuasion.

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