What is Biblical worldview integration in Christian education and how is it hampered by the sacred/secular divide that pervades our culture?
Here’s a short five-minute video explaining why worldview matters. Proverbs 29:18 says, “If people can’t see what God is doing, they stumble all over themselves; but when they attend to what he reveals, they are most blessed.” Dr. Christian Overman proposes that all work is God’s work when we adopt a Biblical worldview.
The sacred/secular divide that exists within God’s church has separated knowledge into spiritual and academic components. In this short article, I’ve written why I believe the Christian educator must be deliberate and intentional about dismantling this dichotomy and integrating a Biblical Worldview into all course material. Read More
Melissa Cain Travis writes here in Hard-core Christianity about the failings of an education system that raises children who have a compartmentalized intellect. All truth is God’s truth, she argues, and God has something to say about every discipline (history, mathematics, science, literature, social studies, etc.) – a God-fingerprint on all of knowledge. To read the original article, click here!
The 20th Century saw the Christian schooling movement expand rapidly in the USA, but in the last decade more than 25% of these schools have closed down again. Tim Wiens looks at the history of Christian schooling in the US, and the more recent tendency of Christian schools to lose the focus of Gospel-centric education where Christ is woven into the warp and woof of all learning. The original article, click here!
Written By Ken Langley