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First Impressions
by Dr. Bob Cannon

Having attended private schools from kindergarten through a doctoral dissertation, I’ve had a relatively strong educational foundation, but I have consistently sensed it fell short—something was clearly missing. Granted, it could have been worse. I’ve encountered schools in my travels that fell considerably short of the mark, so to speak, so I’m grateful for having had the education I received. But this offers no consolation when I consider what it could and should have been.

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Educational Helps

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Solas Flower for Reformation Day

One of the distinctives of the Reformation were five ideas called the solas. Stephen J. Nichols, author of The Church History ABC’s, explains the solas in his book on the Reformation. He said that Luther was convinced “that humanity’s only mediator is Christ (1 Tim. 2:5)—Solus Christus, Christ alone.” Luther also maintained that “We are not justified before God by our works or merits, … but by faith alone through grace alone—Sola Fide and Sola Gratia.

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Disputatio pro declaratione virtutis indulgentiarum, or “The Ninety-Five Theses on the Power and Efficacy of Indulgences,” was posted on the doors of Wittenberg Castle on October 31, 1517. The 95 Theses were 95 points on absolution and baptism that stressed sola gratia (“grace alone”), sola Scriptura (“Scripture alone”), and sola fide (“faith alone”). First written in Latin, the 95 Theses was later translated into German.

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Artistic Biographies

As the vibrant greens of summer fade to the rich, golden hues of fall, we celebrate the cyclical nature of God's creation, and no better person to capture its beauty than a painter. This month, we're offering one of two excellent biographies on the most influential Italian Renaissance painters, Leonard da Vinci and Michelangelo. Choose either Michelangelo: Biography of a Genius or Leonardo: Portrait of a Master free with your order of $75 or more while supplies last. Great for children and parents alike. But you must ask for it.

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Q. If I am taking an online class, am I automatically enrolled in the Diploma Program?

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