Key Elements of Classical Education Recitation and repetition during early stages and during introductory study of any content area Diligent study and analytical thought as the child matures Cultivation of eloquence, beauty, and persuasion in the student’s writing and speaking Socratic questioning for the pursuit of truth The reading and analysis of good literature The […]
The first “Lutheran” schools were formed for the precise purpose of offering a classical education to a broader segment of the population than had ever been offered before that time.
There are seven liberal arts: grammar, dialectic (logic), rhetoric, aesthetics (music), empirics (astronomy), mathematics, and geometry.
The Lutheran faith is Christological, Sacramental, Creedal, and Liturgical.
In our 10-part mini-series, we explore this question with the acrostic CLASSICAL, one letter at a time.
Classical Lutheran education can be deﬁned as the classical liberal arts with Lutheran catechesis.
A compilation of quotations from the writings of Dr. Martin Luther concerning schools, Christian education, and classical education.