By Regis Nicoll, November 9, 2007
“I met a young man who had recently graduated from high school, where a mathematics teacher had labeled him a ‘bigot’ for thinking it was important to get the right answer.” (Nancy Pearcey, Total Truth)
By Ted and Virginia Byfeld in British Columbia Report
Of all scientists, mathematicians are most inclined to believe in God. – A finding of Professor Edward Larson of the University of Georgia and Larry Witham of Bartonsville, Maryland, in a survey of 600 scientists, as reported by the London Weekly Telegraph.
"...a non-denominational organization dedicated to helping Christians to think and live in accord with a biblical worldview so that they will serve Christ and lead the culture"
By Dr. Marti MacCullough from Christian School Education (CSE), Volume 6, Issue 1
Activities, sample plans and a resource list to supplement the material in An approach to worldview integration
"Making a difference in the way people live, by making a difference in the way people think"
“…a Christian research centre exploring the power of faith in learning for every aspect of life”
Chinese - Visual Valet summary
For more information, see Visual Valet - Personal assistant for Christian thinkers and teachers
Page 6 of 6