Andrew Sandlin speaks to incoming university and college students about the origins and issues of Critical Theory at the 2019 To Give an Answer training program.
The tendency of intellectuals to pronounce on areas outside of their expertise is an unwise temptation that carries real-world consequences.
Sarah-Jane Bentley brings her years of teaching English literature to bear on the question of bringing up children, the goal of education, and the discovery of truth. She also explains the kind of worldview that could make a role model out of Lady Macbeth.
The true purpose of education is to create people who understand that in Christ they are free indeed. Universities today have lost sight of that goal, and until God grants repentance, we are driving off a cliff into economic ruin.
The utmost concern of the Christian should be the relating of their faith in Christ Jesus and his infallible word to the world around them beginning in the family. In fact that is what Christian education in essence is.
Dennis Doty, Principal of Westminster Classical Christian Academy, talks about What our view of education says about our culture, and a biblical way to think about education that involves the whole community for the benefit of children and society.
Education is not about getting knowledge; it is about being formed in the image of Christ. To be formed like Christ we need to be obedient.
Eucation is not about getting knowledge; it is about being formed in the image of Christ. To be formed like Christ we need to be obedient.
Christian education is a direct implication of the gospel of Jesus for the development of culture.
The sex-ed curriculum being forced into Ontario public schools should alarm us, but not overwhelm us. There are several godly options to resist and reject such godless teaching.
One of the most significant ways that Christians fulfill the Great Commission mandate, making disciples of all nations, is by educating our children in a God-honouring way.