Jubilee 2011 Spring - Education

 

The Myth of Neutrality (Part 2)

by Joe Boot

April 1, 2011

All education is in terms of a purpose and a program for freedom. The question is, who defines freedom, and to what end? Educational programs will either be in terms of the purposes of God and his creative and redemptive work in creation, or they will be in terms of an alien purpose derived from the god of this world and his falsehoods.

 

The Myth of Neutrality (Part 1)

by Joe Boot

April 1, 2011

A neutral education is philosophically, theologically, and functionally impossible; the very attempt to generate such an approach is unfaithful to the Lord Jesus Christ.

 

That We May Present Everyone Mature in Christ (Part 2)

by David Robinson

April 1, 2011 | Ephesians 4:12-32; Psalm 115:1-9; Romans 6:17; Acts 20:27; Colossians 1:29-2:1; Philippians 1:6

The Apostle Paul makes clear that teaching is meant to bring transformation and is agonizing work.

 

That We May Present Everyone Mature in Christ (Part 1)

by David Robinson

April 1, 2011 | 1 Corinthians 15:3-5; Romans 15:4; Romans 15:8-9; Acts 20:27; Luke 24:27; 1 Corinthians 2:10-13

Paul's example of pastoral teaching is evangelical and spiritual.

 

Education

by David Robinson and Joe Boot and Michael Haykin and Scott Masson

April 1, 2011

The radical changes taking place in society over the past few decades should serve as a warning to Christians to reconsider the pervasive influence of the education system and the need for Christ-centered teaching, schools, and seminaries.

 

Education and the Course of the Future

by Joe Boot

April 1, 2011 | Matthew 28:18-20; 4:4

Teaching scripture to the nations is part of the Great Commission. Yet in our time, we've neglected to even teach it in its fullness to our own children.