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A Biblical Case for Classical Education

Dr. Steve Jeffrey has written a guest post over at Kuyperian Commentary entitled, “A Biblical Case for Classical Education.” Here he addresses certain misunderstandings concerning classical Christian education—misunderstandings that usually come from Christians themselves. For example, many Christians struggle to see the value of an education model that comes from the so-called “Dark Ages”—a period of history […]

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Two Approaches to the Church’s Mission

Christopher Wright. The Mission of God’s People. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2010. Kevin DeYoung and Greg Gilbert. What Is the Mission of the Church? Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2011. Imagine that you are responsible for drafting your church’s budget for the upcoming year. Further suppose that a large portion of the budget has traditionally been allocated to a certain […]

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