The concern of Chapter 1 is the spread of John Calvin’s theology in the world. It provides a survey of Calvin’s and his successors’ influence on the development of modern culture.
It is the Reformed view of education that has God as it centre. To argue this point this article looks at the goal of education, its standard, its motive, and its engagement with culture.
Christian education aims at training man both spiritually and morally to serve God. This article traces the biblical ground for this conviction and shows that this was the practice and conviction of our forefathers when they established schools and universities for education. The article calls us to regain this conviction.
Why do you send your kids to school? This article looks at the world's view of education and compares it with the biblical view.
This article shows that for education to glorify God, parents must take their responsibility seriously. They must work together with their children especially in the area of failure.