Omnibus I: Biblical and Classical Civilizations
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Omnibus I: Biblical and Classical Civilizations

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Hardcover, 605 pages
Published January 1st 2005 by Veritas Press Inc
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Ryan
Some of its essays are just ok, but some are eye-opening in showing how to look at this ancient literature (e.g. N.D. Wilson's article on Herodotus). No doubt this is a huge resource for secondary students, parents, and teachers. Doug Wilson's preface on why we read this stuff is much needed for parents, even while there is room for question about when kids are ready for it.
Jason
Despite some theological differences I have with the authors, this is the best introduction to classical literature for young students from a Christian perspective that I know of.
Marcus
A wonderful book! I cannot wait for my kids to go through this for their school.
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