The Christian educator’s job is not to require the students to spend all their time gazing at the sun. Rather, we want them to examine everything else in the light the sun provides. It would be utmost folly to try to blacken the sun in order to be able to study the world around us “objectively.” Because all truth comes from God, the universe is coherent…History bears a relation to English, and biology a relation to philosophy . . .

— Doug Wilson, Recovering the Lost Tools of Learning

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Connecting “Christian” and “Education”

By Joseph Sunde Having spent my entire education in private Christian schools, I’ve always had a natural appreciation for the value of Christian education. I was undeniably transformed by the experience, rooted and grounded in a way I wouldn’t have been otherwise. Thus, when it came to my own kids, I always assumed the decision […]

The Extreme Sport of Classical Christian Education | Dec 31, 2016

On this last day of 2016, I am reflecting on what the Lord has done for my family and community through Agape Christi Academy. Our school is now in its fourth year, and we are joyfully pursuing the mission to assist Christian parents in the command to train up children in the nurture and admonition […]

An Advent Greek Lesson | Dec 22, 2016

If you find yourself fortunate enough to study biblical Greek (like our Agape Christi upperclassmen), you will inevitably encounter this foundational verse: John 1:1. It reads, “Ἐν ἀρχῇ ἦν ὁ λόγος καὶ ὁ λόγος ἦν πρὸς τὸν θεόν καὶ θεὸς ἦν ὁ λόγος.” Or to put it in the English tongue, “In the beginning was […]

Gospel-Stewarding History | Oct 31, 2016

Today marks the 499th anniversary of Martin Luther issuing his 95 Theses and thus sparking the Protestant Reformation. As we look at what we face in the world today, Agape Christi history teacher Brady Erickson argues that it is vital to consider what has come before. The study of history is foundational to any civilization that hopes […]

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