Who should teach your children? What should they be taught? What is the goal of education? Drawing on Charlotte Mason's and classical methods and encouraging parents as God's chosen teachers, Sproul offers a biblical approach to learning that defines instruction as discipleship; and its purpose as seeing your children bear fruit, grow in grace, and become more like Christ. 152 pages, softcover from P & R.
Who should teach our children? What should they be taught? What teaching methods should be employed? R. C. Sproul Jr. provides this unique approach to homeschooling, answering these and other questions. He maintains that education is discipleship; the goal is seeing our children bear fruit, grow in grace, and become more and more like Christ.
R. C. Sproul Jr. (MA, Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando; DMin, Whitefield Theological Seminary) is a pastor at St. Peter Presbyterian Church, Bristol, TN, and director of the Highlands Study Center, Meadowview, VA. He is also editor-in-chief of Every Thought Captive. Sproul has authored several books including Tearing Down Strongholds, Almighty Over All, Playing God, and Eternity in Our Hearts. He also writes a regular column for Homeschooling Today magazine. R. C. and his wife, Denise, have six children.
R.C. Sproul Jr. cuts through the haze surrounding the educational debate by offering a biblical approach that is elegantly simple without being simplistic. I recommend this important work to Christian educators on all sides.
I highly recommend this book to all considering the awesome call of homeschooling, or those who have forgotten why they started.
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