If you feel that education plays an important role in our current cultural, political, and religious climate, Jacob’s book provides a primer for seeing what really intelligent Christians have written under extremely difficult Christian circumstances. If we feel that we must ask for Christianity and education to renew their vows to teach other, we can take comfort in knowing that the precedent for those vows have been and that God providentially directed their steps.
Lang’s command of the pertinent learning research is so impressive and his approach to teaching so compelling, I left the book wondering where else the book’s principles could be deployed. More specifically, I wondered what the implications were for discipleship.
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Amanda Platz My ancestors certainly were not normal people. They believed in a male shapeshifter god who gave birth to an eight-legged horse, for starters. They also believed that this […]
Sam Michalski Artemis is a novel written by Andy Weir in 2017, the author of the acclaimed novel, The Martian. The setting is lunar rather than Martian, but otherwise it’s […]