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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 for school­ing would be pret­ty…

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An Advent Greek Lesson

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 the Word and the Word…

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Gospel-Stewarding History

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 to pros­per in its pur­suits.…

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