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Monday, February 11th, 2008

As a first generation Christian and father of two young children, I am trying to figure out how the Sabbath should look in my family. I read your Sabbath Syllogism, and I would love to know what a Sunday looks like in your home now and when your children were young. I am truly just […]

Bible Study Software

Friday, May 18th, 2007

Hi Laurie, I recently made a request of my husband for a Mother’s Day / Birthday / Christmas / 50th Birthday present. He suggested I ask Harvey what he thinks of it. So…would you be so kind as to ask Harvey what he thinks of Logos Bible Study Software? His love, Stacy I personally use […]

Calvinist Poet

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2007

Fourteen-year-old Calvinist poet believes Erasmus did not use his thinker.


Monday, March 12th, 2007

Spellbound by Marcia Montenegro Author Marcia Montenegro, former professional astrologer, now believer in Jesus Christ, wrote this book to “inform parents about the basics of the paranormal” but more importantly, to warn us of the real danger of the now widespread, near common place, occurrence of all things occultic. We have now become desensitized to […]

General Principles for the Interpretation of Scripture

Tuesday, December 26th, 2006

Hermeneutics is the name given to the science and methodology for interpreting (determining the meaning of) Scripture. Exegetics is the name given to the science and methodology for critically analyzing, explaining, and expounding Scripture. If there is such a thing as truth, and if it is important to know the truth, and if the Scriptures […]

Institutes of the Christian Religion; ESV Translation

Tuesday, December 12th, 2006

My husband and I are keen to get an English language translation on the Institutes of the Christian Religion by Calvin. I have found two translations, one by Beveridge and the other by Battles. Which would you recommend and why? Secondly, I would like to buy my daughter a NKJV study Bible. I would have […]

The Sabbath Syllogism

Friday, November 17th, 2006

The Sabbath Syllogism: Matthew 12:1-8 by Harvey Bluedorn Are we bound by moral law to observe a sabbath day? Available as a free download.

Reformed = Classical?

Monday, September 18th, 2006

Dear Harvey, I am new to classical homeschooling. I have heard a lot about Reformed theology lately and was wondering if they are one in the same with classical education. My answer is probably more than you are asking for, but I don’t know how to show you what I want you to see without […]

Parenting With Purpose

Wednesday, April 12th, 2006

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