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  1. Dr. Mulder,

    Thank you for the important ideas you address in this article. It is very important that we as teachers consider the ways in which our assumptions and overarching worldview (and practice) shape the why, how, and what of our teaching.

    I have a question for further reflection on this topic as I’ve thought about it a good deal. It is a question that continually resurfaces for me, especially in the context of Christian education. The question is how do we teach while maintaining both an awareness of our own assumptions as well as presenting Christianity in a way that transcends mere consumer choice? As in, developing certain theological and philosophical convictions is a matter of your own choice, wherein you simply pick and choose the options that are easiest for you to stomach.


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