This is post 3 of 5 in the series “colonial education” The Holy Family with Angels, Rembrandt van Rijn, 1646 All the great Protestant reformers of the sixteenth century—Luther, Calvin, Knox, Zwingli, Sturm, Farel, Beza, and Melanchthon—were aggressive education champions committed to Bible-centered Christian instruction and discipleship. They understood that
At the Disciple Nations Alliance, we often remind people that the Great Commission actually reads “… disciple all nations” (Matthew 28:19). That’s what Jesus said. But people often ask us, “Can anyone really disciple a nation? Can a country really be transformed?” So we are always looking for case studies of
School vs. education. Do you know the difference? Many young people who are thinking about college need to understand the difference between school vs. education. Many parents need to consider whether their childrens’ schooling is getting in the way of their education. Because your schooling can actually interfere with your
One-room school in 1935, Alabama (Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum ) School and education … two words, two concepts. Sometimes they overlap, sometimes they don’t. I’ll never forget the day I heard Francis Schaeffer say, “Never let your children’s schooling stand in the way of their education!” I was shocked.