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Philosophy of Education

(Abbreviated) EPISTEMOLOGY – Epistemology is born of one’s cosmology, and that of one’s theology. God is the Creator and Sustainer of all things.  This philosophy is a God-centered view that all truth is God’s truth (John 17:17, II Corinthians 13:8). The authoritative Word … Continue reading

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On Epistemology

Epistemology hinges on one’s cosmology. And, cosmology is born of one’s theol­ogy. Contrary to many secularist philosophies, only those who have a Christian worldview are in a position to accurately ascertain the world around them. This is not to contend … Continue reading

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Postmodernism

Recently, building upon the shoulders of the modernists, a new breed of heretic has evolved for which the Christian educator must contend. These are not merely colorless, shapeless backdrops to be attributed to irrelevance when observing the social mosaic. Neither … Continue reading

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Results of the New Dichotomy

The rift between the secular and the sacred has had devastating effects. In the realm of politics, judicial activists have raised a bulwark to protect secularism from religion. Supreme Court justices have masked their malicious intents, and fomented spurious interpretations … Continue reading

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