I was struck by this quote, because I have heard it said before that “Christian” is great as a noun, but pretty lousy as an adjective.
Christians don't all agree on the best way to frame a specifically Christian view of the student. Drawing on Niebuhr's idea that there are various ways to think about the relationship between Christ and culture, let's look at three biblically-informed ways Christians have come to view the young humans sitting in our classrooms.
Words of encouragement to teachers as they return back to school for another academic year.
Developing an understanding of the Civil War is an essential part of the curriculum in American schools today. And little wonder: unlike other conflicts in American history, the whole story happens here, at home. The story of the Civil War is the story of us fighting with us, and the conflict shaped not only the immediate situation, but also successive generations of Americans right up to the present day. How can parents and teachers help children and young adolescents understand this pivotal time period in American history?