Monthly Archives: August 2015

Why Do They Hate Science?

Of 100 studies published in top-ranking journals in 2008, 75% of social psychology experiments and half of cognitive studies failed the replication test Worse, even of those that passed, their measurable effects were only around half as large as initially reported- so those few that were repeatable found that previous proofs had been greatly exaggerated. […]

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Come Unto Me, All Ye That Labour

THE REST AND THE REST GIVER “Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and 1 will give you rest,” –  Matt 11:28 THE Speaker here is the Son of God.  It is not man speaking to man and sympathising with man,  but it is God himself coming up to us and […]

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Rest for the Weary

It’s that time of year. Other parents are sharing their success stories, whether with homeschooling or getting the kids back to school so they can have some fun- happy posts all over your feed, in your friends’ FB statuses, in your neighbor’s faces, in conversations at church. But you are in a slump. You are […]

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You see this room? IT was once a craft room. But it got stuffed with too many projects, too many supplies, and too many plans, and it became of no use to anybody at all. There were limits to the space, which is finite, and to the ability of anybody to maneuver to organize. Adding […]

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Free4Kindle: back to school theme

These are titles that are connected, one way or another, with education. The Legacy of Ignorantism An address delivered before the Teachers Assembly, Baguio (Philippines), April 23, 1920, by T. H. Pardo de Tavera, 1857-1925 Also at Gutenberg Of historical interest to those who are interested in the history of secular education, of education and […]

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