Friday, May 01, 2009

Christian Curriculum

What makes a Christian Curriculum Christian, especially in traditionally secular subjects?

How does one make a Christian atlas or math book?

Having Christian publications in the humanities, arts, or natural or behavioral sciences makes a little more sense. However, what are the advantages of these curriculum over "secular" publishers?

Should one make an attempt to purchase Christian math books in order to support the publisher?

We must be about Total Truth, integrating that which should have never been separated. Literature must be taught with both the romantic and religious; history with both the political and spiritual; religious history along with the negative; science taught as science; Evolution and creation taught as philosophies (one of course being correct).

I'm curious of your thoughts on these issues.

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