Biblical perspective

  • TT.gifDeveloping a life-changing Biblical pespective in all the classrooms of a school is a complex task. These standards identify many of the components and can help an individual teacher or school administrator identify areas of strength that need to be encouraged or weakness that need to be developed.

  • “Our reason for being is to walk alongside Christian schools who are committed to teaching from a Biblical perspective. We exist for the sustainability, improvement, innovation, advocacy, and promotion of Christian education at all levels of learning.”

  • How well do your students understand and use a Biblical perspective of the subject(s) you teach?

  • First, let me share what “sincerely respond” means....
    Second, let me share what the opposite of “sincerely respond” means. Let me share what “insincerely” and “react” mean....
    Now, let me give you a starter list of 10 ways you can help your students sincerely respond to Biblical perspective questions....

  • Imagine: Your student Patrick is in an accident. Amazingly, he’s OK. Or at least everyone thinks he is. Then his parents notice that Patrick no longer recalls, asks, or writes down questions, three things he used to do. And he doesn’t process questions either. It’s as if he doesn’t hear them when someone speaks or see them when reading.

  • Every Christian will at some point of his life come to a “crisis of belief”. It is at that point that he will have to make a decision that will radically affect every area of his life. This watershed point is when a person must make the decision as to whether or not he will accept the Bible as being the inspired, infallible and inerrant Word of God.

  • I remember it well. I had just developed a series of diagrams using various relationships between the sun, moon and earth to illustrate some of the truths found in passages of Scripture such as 1 John 1:5; Matthew 5:14, 16; John 15:5; and 1 John 2:15. I had developed these diagrams having read Romans 1:20 that tells us we can see and understand God’s invisible attributes by the things He created.

  • “…a bank of online professional development resources (by subject area and by topic—assessment, instruction, biblical perspective…) for teachers at international Christian schools”

  • Few things can be more effective in learning how to teach from a biblical perspective than private, 1-on-1 coaching for designing specific lesson plans to be used with students. For a limited time, teachers may now spend 30 minutes, 1-on-1, with Dr. Christian Overman, developing a biblically-informed lesson plan, using video conferencing, anywhere in the world, for a reasonable fee. Click here for detailspng

  • "God's perspective of all things IS the real world. Everything else is unreal."

    Paul Kienel

  • Finding ways to explain biblical truth in the midst of an ever-changing culture is a tough task. Reflect examines culture's popular ideas conveyed in entertainment, pop culture and current events through a Biblical lens. It is one of the many resources available from Summit Ministries. You can signup for a free subscription to the weekly email newsletter posts. When you sign up you’ll receive relevant examples that tie movie clips, songs, or trending issues to specific lessons in the Understanding the Times Series. Highly recommended

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  • Michael Essenburg has encouraged me and helped me think about what a Biblical perspective looks like in a classroom. His website, Close the Gap Now, has resources to challenge thinking and practise and helpful examples to keep everything practical. His presentation, What framework can you use, can help you get started, but he has also provided 4 teacher training kits that can be downloaded:

    1. Help Your Students Connect
    2. Use Assessment
    3. Use Questions
    4. Meet Student Learning Needs
  • By Focus on the Family
    "...a DVD-based small group curriculum comprised of 12 one-hour lessons taught by Dr. Del Tackett. This home study is the starting point for looking at life from a biblical perspective. Each lesson discusses in great detail the relevance and importance of living the Christian worldview in daily life."

  • “A Biblical perspective on work used by workplace Christians, pastors, scholars”

  • “…a resource designed to help you develop curriculum from a biblical perspective. …It provides a model for developing curriculum in direct response to a mandated curriculum while unfolding a transformational, biblical perspective for the students.”

  • I want my students to apply a Biblical perspective of the course content I teach....What do my students need to know?

"“Having a Christian worldview means being utterly convinced that biblical principles are not only true but also work better in the grit and grime of the real world.”

Nancy Pearcey




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