King, Kingdom, and Kingdom People: Classical Christian Education for the Head, Heart, and Hands

Abstract: In “King, Kingdom, and Kingdom People: Classical Christian Education for the Head, Heart, and Hands” Kyle Rapinchuk explores what it means to provide a “Faithful Education” in a classical Christian school. Beginning with the belief that we are loving and liturgical beings, he explores how we can provide a truly faithful education to students a classical Christian schools. He discusses five key factors involved in … Continue reading King, Kingdom, and Kingdom People: Classical Christian Education for the Head, Heart, and Hands

Faithful Education in a Classical Christian School (King, Kingdom, and Kingdom People Series #3)

King, Kingdom, and Kingdom People Series #1 King, Kingdom, and Kingdom People Series #2 As a professor of Christian worldview at a classical Christian high school, it would seem obvious that I integrate faith with learning and teach from a Christian worldview. However, this is where speaking of faithful education is more accurate and more helpful than the integration of faith and learning. The integration … Continue reading Faithful Education in a Classical Christian School (King, Kingdom, and Kingdom People Series #3)

New Eyes and New Heart (King, Kingdom, and Kingdom People Series #2)

In my previous post I considered how many Christian institutions have begun to speak of an integration of faith and learning, and agreed with Mark Noll that “evangelicals should be among the most active, most serious, and most open-minded advocates of general human learning.”[1] Speaking of a faithful education, although not saying less than the integration of faith and learning, does suggest more. If “all … Continue reading New Eyes and New Heart (King, Kingdom, and Kingdom People Series #2)