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Movie Night!

imgresPop some corn, put some Coke on ice, and grab a box of Junior Mints – it’s movie night!

The plot? Put four of the most brilliant minds of theology around a table to discuss Revelation Chapter 20. (Jim Hamilton, Doug Wilson, Sam Storms, and John Piper) So maybe An Evening of Eschatology is not as exciting to most people as LOTR, Star Wars, or Pirates of the Caribbean, but my goodness, it’s pretty darn exciting! I could watch this as many times as I have watched those epics. (And I may need to to get it all)

As Storms says towards the end of the video, “I think God is honored when we take this book seriously enough to do this; that we care about truth, that we believe there is objective, real truth here about what God is doing in history. And he says, ‘Wow, those guys care enough about my word, they believe it is inerrant, and infallible enough that they are willing to go toe to toe with each other in the love of Christ to try to arrive at some understanding'”.

Pre-Mil, Post-Mil. Au-Mil: Get your “last things” perspectives right here. A must see on Revelation.

Senior Rhetoric Speech 2012: Grant

Click here to see Grant: Music: The Good, The Bad, and the Sublime

On Thursday, April 26 2012 the TCS seniors presented their senior rhetoric speeches. This is a very special day for them and for our whole school. Many of us consider these speeches to be the capstone of a Trinity Christian School education and of a classical Christian education. A Trinity education is more than just college preparation in a safe place. It is the formation of a worldview. (It could be argued that all schools contribute to the formation of a worldview, so perhaps I should say a purposefully engaging Christian worldview). A classical Christian K-12 education culminates with the grammatical skills of memorization of facts, well-developed skills of logical thinking and reasoning, and finely honed rhetorical skills of winsome and persuasive speaking.
Over the next several days I will post the speeches made by the 2012 graduating class. They are well worth watching. These young men and women truly have something to say.