Steven Mittwede discusses the importance of Historical Theology in the Rhetoric stage.
Nate George looks at Christian practices in the classroom, the goals of Bible instruction, and the ways in which theology can interface with other subjects.
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.
John Scholl examines Jesus’ teaching methods, in particular his practice of discipleship, his use of stories and parables, and his skillful deployment of questions.
Pamela Stanford discusses practical ways to help students discern the elements of the gospel across disciplines and speci c ideas on how to train students to think redemptively and to put that thinking into action in their daily lives.
Jason Barney shows how the theology of Wisdom presented in Proverbs and later Jewish and Christian texts presents us with what he calls a traditional and transcending pedagogy.
Jim Watkins discusses teaching bible and theology in a Classical School.
Steve Mittwedde discusses the integration of faith and reason in the classroom.