Reading Time: 2 minutes Ken Myers suggest ways in which non-denominational schools can keep the “Church” in “parachurch,” encouraging a more emphatic recognition of participation in the culture of the people of God.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Ken Myers will discuss how a more deliberately Christocentric account of reason ought to inform the shape of teaching in Christian schools.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Ken Myers will argue that we can and should be more thoroughly Christian in our public presence, and describe how education can prepare our children for faithful public witness in a deliberately post-Christian society.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Ken Myers argues that modern science is not the outcome of a Christian worldview.
Reading Time: 9 minutes Ken Myers shows that form and content cannot be separated in the consideration of how we come to know.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Ken Myers discusses the cultivation of attentive listening in the classroom.
Reading Time: 9 minutes Ken Myers explores the mindset which gave birth to classical education.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Ken Myers will offer a framework for understanding this dissonance and offer some suggestions about how to confront the hegemony of fun and fashion.
Reading Time: 8 minutes Ken Myers encourages us to recover the ancient truth that music reflects the order of Creation.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Ken Myers the impact of the culture of the school on education.