• “…the infomation you need to orient yourself in today’s scientific and technological world and make informed decisions” from an Intelligent Design perspective

  • “…provides Christian Education resources for all levels of the Christian school…from an integrated perspective”

  • By John Hay, author of the Building on the Rockelementary worldview and Bible survey curriculum produced by Summit Ministries.

    Biblical integration of curriculum—interpreting the Biblical perspectives of science
  • Booker T Washington invited Carver to Tuskegee:

    I cannot offer you money, position or fame. The first two you have. The last, from the place you now occupy, you will no doubt achieve. These things I now ask you to give up.
  • “…curriculum…to promote the spiritual and moral development of students…for teachers of English, French, German, Mathematics and Science”

  • "Challenging today from the past" with material from the arts, history and science in Scotland

  • Columbus and the rise of science


  • Jesus Christ is the Creator, Sustainer, and Redeemer of all things—the implications are profound. Colossians 1:15-23 and Romans 8:18-27 emphasize “all things” even though we quickly tend to focus on Christ's redemption of us and ignore the rest of His creation. My selfish, self-centered perspective can easily blind me to the truth that redemption isn’t just about me, but is about all of His world. Creation care is a logical extension of a desire to honor the One who made everything, actively holds it together and died to restore it to its original good purposes. The way I teach about God's world will reflect what I really believe about Christ.

    Lowell Bliss introduces Environmental Missions as a historic practice and present opportunity to labor with Christ in caring for the environment and making disciples among all peoples.

  • “Faith and science activities for your classroom—designed by teachers for teachers”

  • God Is A GeniusBy Mark Witwer, February 17, 2022, Faith and Science, The CACERoundtable

    From the very start of my career, I simply loved teaching. The fact that I was teaching in a Christian school was a plus, but as a rookie, I could not articulate a clear philosophy of Christian education.

    By the time I retired from full-time teaching two years ago, I had come to love teaching Christianly. I describe teaching Christianly as nurturing minds and hearts by allowing my faith to inform both what I teach (offering a Christian perspective on the subject matter) and how I teach (attending to the formative power of practices).

    The discussion that follows explores some of my favorite strategies for teaching Christianly, grouped under two broad topics: God’s Genius and The Embrace of Controversy. My focus is on science, but most of these ideas can be adapted to other disciplines as well.

  • The accomplishments of Dr. George Washington Carver in the field of botany-chemistry are legendary, having developed 300 products from the peanut, and 118 from the sweet potato. The products Carver invented include printers ink, shaving cream, plastics, adhesives and much more.

    But Carver only owned three patents on his many creations. Why? Because he didn't feel it was right to take money for something God gave him.

  • "I am not interested in science or anything else that leaves God out of it."

    George Washington Carver

  • By Mrs. Petricia Ganguly, St. Paul’s School, Gorakhpur U.P., India

    God has made all things for a purpose. Now let’s see few examples from biology—the living science.

    1. Our body is made up of cells. Different cells have different functions in our body, as well as in plant bodies.
    2. Red blood cells carry oxygen to all parts of the body. They do not have a nucleus, mitochondria and endoplasmic reticulum so they can adopt the optimum shape for absorption of oxygen.
  • "Gravity explains the motions of the planets, but it cannot explain who set the planets in motion... This most beautiful system of the sun, planets and comets, could only proceed from the counsel and dominion of an intelligent and powerful Being."

    Issac Newton

  • "Christians whose minds are scientific are bound to study science that [the] view of the glory of God may be as extensive as their being is capable of."

    James Clerk Maxwell

  • "Teach us to study the work of Thy hands that we may subdue the earth to our uses, and strengthen our reason for Thy service; and so rescue Thy blessed Word, that we may believe on Him whom Thou hast sent to give us the knowledge of salvation and the remission of our sins.

    James Clerk Maxell

  • "The more I study nature, the more I stand amazed at the work of the Creator. I pray while I am engaged at my work in the laboratory."

    Louis Pasteur

  • “The more I study nature, the more I stand amazed at the works of the Creator. I pray while I am engaged in my work in the laboratory.”

    Louis Pasteur

  • "Any system of education…which limits instruction to the arts and sciences, and rejects the aids of religion in forming the character of citizens, is essentially defective."

    Noah Webster

  • “…a global movement that equips university students and faculty to give historical, philosophical, and scientific reasons for following Jesus Christ”

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"It may be hard for an egg to turn into a bird: it would be a jolly sight harder for it to learn to fly while remaining an egg. We are like eggs at present. And you cannot go on indefinitely being just an ordinary, decent egg. We must be hatched or go bad."

C.S. Lewis




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