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I started talking about what the foundation of good education would be, which is especially important to consider if you are homeschooling. Then, following my own discussion, I jumped to respect between the sexes. And yes, of course, you ought to teach your daughters and your sons to deal with other people’s sons and daughters. But that may not be the most foundational thing of all education. LOL So what is?
You know, you can’t know everything. I love learning. But it is just impossible to know everything. So, what is the one thing to learn that makes it easier to know the rest? What is the one best guide on how to proceed? One could study every veiwpoint on anything, and it would take a few years to properly understand and evaluate it all. In the meantime, one might be snookered into some philosophy that sounded good, but really bought your children to disaster. So, is their a hueristic toward a good life, toward mastery of ethics/morality, toward mastery of any other subject?
Good news: yes. We have a manufacturer’s manual. It has been used successfully across cultures and millennia. And it is alluded to in our foundational promise: All your offspring shall be taught of the Lord and great shall be their shalom, their total well-being, peace, prosperity, nothing missing nothing broken. And notice, Jesus himself quoted this verse.
Many Christian schools and Christian curricula is NOT really fully Biblical. Often they have secular assumptions without knowing it, because that is their training. Here are a few attempts. Please do your own evaluation. Please share here, also.
SUMMIT MINISTRIES IN COLORADO https://www.summit.org/resources/now-we-live/?ims=nwl-search&utm_campaign=nwl&utm_source=parable&utm_medium=search&imt=1&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIyK6t4qea_QIVScmUCR16sAhYEAAYASAAEgL97_D_BwE&utm_campaign=nwl&utm_source=parable&utm_medium=search&utm_content=&utm_term=biblical+worldview+in+education
How a biblical worldview shapes the way we teach our children
1. In a biblical worldview, the training of children is a primary parental responsibility: parents possess a responsibility not only to provide their children’s … https://www.summit.org/resources/now-we-live/?ims=nwl-search&utm_campaign=nwl&utm_source=parable&utm_medium=search&imt=1&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIyK6t4qea_QIVScmUCR16sAhYEAAYASAAEgL97_D_BwE&utm_campaign=nwl&utm_source=parable&utm_medium=search&utm_content=&utm_term=biblical+worldview+in+education
Aug 24, 2015 … The Christian worldview should influence all decisions made in and out of the classroom. It is not simply opening class in prayer (although I … https://www.fpdmacon.org/what-does-it-mean-to-teach-from-a-biblical-worldview
Apr 6, 2018 … In contrast to the secular curricula used in public education, Christian schools teach ideas that rest on God’s Word as the ultimate source of … https://www.renewanation.org/post/teaching-the-christian-worldview