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Logic Gallery by David Marans

Monday, November 26th, 2018

Logic Gallery, by David Marans, is a history of logic. There are 171 full-page entries, century by century, for the primary contributors to logic, from Aristotle to the present. For each, there are quotations, a bio, and several seldom-seen images. The Open Access pdf is here and the print edition here. All royalties from the […]

Resource for teaching English history to children

Sunday, November 25th, 2018

Our Island Story by H. E. Marshall — purchased print version Our Island Story by H. E. Marshall — free ebook version A child’s history of England beginning with the stories of Albion and Brutus through the end of the reign of Queen Victoria. published 1905 Ages 9-12 653 pages numerous illustrations The text was […]

Friends in Brazil using our art curriculum — A Child’s First Introduction to Art

Friday, November 9th, 2018

Friends in Brazil are using our art curriculum — What Do You See? A Child’s First Introduction to Art, Volumes One, Two, and Three From Quintal do Aprendizado, our Brazilian friends ARTES – observação do quadro “Carrinho de cachorro” do artista Henriette Ronner-Knip (1821-1909) Analisamos a obra respondendo às perguntas sugeridas no material de introdução […]

That restless, invisible, subtle, experienced enemy

Friday, November 9th, 2018

by J.C. Ryle The Gospel of Luke, 1858 Simon, Simon, Satan has desired to have you, that he may sift you as wheat. Luke 22:31 We learn here what a fearful enemy the devil is to believers. Satan was near Christ’s flock, though they saw him not. He was longing to accomplish their ruin, though […]

Lives in Print: Biographies and Autobiographies for All Ages

Friday, November 2nd, 2018

Trivium Pursuit’s new ebook Lives in Print: Biographies and Autobiographies for All Ages — $2.99 “Men who courageously stood for what is right, women who passionately cared for those in need, Christians who sacrificed everything for what they believed, scientists who changed the world with their innovations, everyday mothers who lived extraordinary lives, statesmen who […]


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