As fantasy grows ever more popular in our culture, books and movies teem with elements that many Christian parents find objectionable. How can we equip our children to engage and influence their culture while protecting them from its evils?
Adam makes a case for a type of reading that can accomplish both of these goals, and a vision for the Christian imagination that can restore our civilization to its roots in the transcendent God of all worlds, seen and unseen. What are the implications of a culture dominated by fairy tales and fantasy? Will it be ruled by wizards and dragons and enchantments? Equip your students to navigate these waters for themselves!
How do you teach your students to apply a “Christian Worldview” to the books they read, the movies they watch and the culture they live in? The answer to this important question may surprise you, for well-meaning Christians often misunderstand the basic principles of worldview analysis. This misunderstanding can prevent Christian students from thinking clearly about contemporary culture.
How do we maintain high standards in the classroom while also encouraging and supporting our students? Adam Andrews addresses this question with an inspiring discussion of Grace: the most powerful engine of achievement.