Reading Time: 9 minutes Robbie Andreasen encourages a natural history approach to biology which enables students to understand the findings and theories of biologists chronologically in light of the worldviews under which they operated.
The Journal Vol. VIII – Fall 2015
Reading Time: 8 minutes Jason Faulkner lays out four principles for teaching science which take into account our place as creatures within God’s glorious creation.
Reading Time: 10 minutes Ravi Jain introduces the project designed to encourage practices in the teaching of science more in line with our Christian and classical perspective.
Reading Time: 19 minutes Mark A. Kalthoff explores the differing views of what constitutes science and argues that a science curriculum should rightly include far more than the exact and testable data which many modern educationists assert are the only legitimate material for study in a science class.
Reading Time: 8 minutes E. Christian Kopff reviews the long standing relationship between classical Christian education and the advance of science.
Reading Time: 8 minutes Greg Grooms argues that Darwinism is a reductionist theory which offers no adequate explanation for the non-material aspects of human beings.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Harlan Gilliam describes the nature study curriculum at Regents School of Austin and delineates its benefits.
Reading Time: 9 minutes Chris Hall makes a case for reviving the common arts as part of the science curriculum.