Teaching Redemptively: Bringing Grace and Truth Into Your Classroom

Teaching Redemptively Bringing Grace and Truth Into Your Classroom As God s image bearers Christian teachers are called to reflect the character of our creative redemptive God Teaching Redemptively challenges teachers to incorporate biblical principles into all are

As God s image bearers, Christian teachers are called to reflect the character of our creative, redemptive God Teaching Redemptively challenges teachers to incorporate biblical principles into all areas of education, reflecting God s character in both process and content.

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Teaching Redemptively: Bringing Grace and Truth Into Your Classroom

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  1. What a breath of fresh air in the world of contemporary education and Christian education Thank you for affirming one of my biggest concerns that we always need to treat the students and all those involved in the education process as HUMANS made in the image of God, not as assembly line components, problems, or malajusted Pavlovian experiments One ought not insist both for the sake of the sake of the giftedness of the teacher and of the student that the detailed instructions of the teacher s boo [...]


  2. I read this book this morning and loved it I didn t agree with all of his points, but I did agree with is fundamental point about Why a Christian School Basically, very silly unbiblical reasons to start a Christian school, work at a Christian school, or send your kids to a Christian school include 1 Distance from Evil Influences To protect our kids from the sinfulness of our culture and the public school because hello we bring sin in with us when we come in through the door 2.Christian Curriculu [...]


  3. If you are just beginning in Christian education like a college student who did not have prior Christian education , this might be a helpful read If you have had extensive background and training in Christian and biblical ideas, many of the points are overly obvious and Belabored in development The discussion on grace, in particular, was extremely muddled Which leads me to conclude that most Christian educators writing in the subject are trying to do too much Are you an educator or a theologian [...]


  4. The one comment that I did appreciate from the author was that students are to take responsibility for their choices I was surprised that some of the popular secular teaching practices were being encouraged in a christianized way in this book Having taught in a public school under such practices I would say that I am not in favor of giving students choices as today is so full of choices for students that they are not taught expectations for the real world We continue to build self esteem and st [...]


  5. The principal of my school lent me this book to read around the time I started teaching there The author describes how to teach from a Christian perspective, but in a way such that the techniques could even be used at a public or secular private school Graham warns against an overly legalistic method of education, the kind that I and others had associated with Christian schools He includes questions to ask yourself about what you are doing right wrong, which I think would be useful to look over [...]


  6. This isn t a bad book content wise, but I found it a slog to read through I think he may have been trying to do too much He tries to cover such a wide range of topics in both education and theology it almost seems as if he thinks he can offer the solution to every issue in education in a 280 page book I may be unfairly critical of the book since it was the 4th book I had to read for ACSI s Philosophy of Christian Education requirement and I felt that the books I ve read are all extremely similar [...]


  7. I certainly do not love this book, but it presents meaningful arguments regarding what grace out to look like in any Christian school It is a great conversation starter.






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