4 edition of A history of Christian school education found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Association of Christian Schools International|
|Publishers||Association of Christian Schools International|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 74 p. :|
|Number of Pages||53|
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Over the years many Christian colleges, universities and private schools have emerged providing not just religious education, but also a diverse curriculum. In fact, Harvard University, which is considered today as one of the leading universities in America and the world was founded by Christians. My biggest critique of the book would A history of Christian school education its tendency to focus on the negative aspects of the medieval and I noticed a few minor data which disagrees with other sources.
Society fell away from the beauty of Greek culture and embraced the warring that marks what is almost an entire millennium of bloodshed. In a Christian school setting, parents are assured that every teacher will not only challenge them with rigourous academics, but also frame the whole of their curriculum through the lens of Scripture, and openly model the love of Jesus through their actions and words.
The Bible was the textbook used for learning to read. how unwisely we deal with our poor young folk, whom we are commanded to train and instruct [Prov. As we seek to uphold Christian liberty and use wisdom when it comes to schooling, it is always helpful for us to learn from those who have gone before us in the church.
Kienel effectively captures the historical passion for Christian school education that has motivated his lifework. This should show the modern Christian teacher how important it is to teach outside the classroom and live a life that reflects Christ.
Even parents who did not regularly attend church themselves generally insisted that their children go to Sunday school. Why would we choose to send our children to a Christian School? This shock statement is false. The first colleges in America were founded by Christians and approximately 106 out of the108 first colleges were Christian colleges.
In this work, Luther called upon the ruling class to bring reform in Germany.
This limit was not lowered again until 1844.
And Christian educators must get these truths and resources into the hands and minds of the students.