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Can you answer these questions?

This past school year, I’ve been teaching my nephew and niece U.S. history, with a focus on political philosophy. They are in 6th and 8th grade respectively. As I was developing the final exam, I realized that probably a great … Continue reading

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Learn True History

Hey folks, I’m posting an affiliate link here to a site I highly recommend—the Liberty Classroom. You will be blown away by what you can learn from these professors. I’ve especially benefited from Brion McClanahan, who also has an excellent … Continue reading

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Dispensations & Covenants [a critique of the progressive dispensational framework]

Traditional dispensationalists typically view biblical history through the grid of seven administrative divisions, or dispensations. Some progressive dispensationalists have narrowed down the dispensations to four, namely: Patriarchal, Mosaic, Ecclesial, and Zionic. The Patriarchal age is from Creation to the giving … Continue reading

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