Education has the power to shape a culture, influencing the formation and transmission of cherished traditions, foundational narratives, and core values across generations. This guide seeks to reclaim a vision for a distinctly Christian approach to education aimed at fostering a renewal of Christianity in our day. Looking at a variety of key historical figures, including Jesus, Paul, Augustine of Hippo, Martin Luther, Horace Bushnell, and George A. Coe, along with various historical, philosophical, or social perspectives related to education, this book shows how exploring Christian thinking about education throughout history can equip educators today to reclaim their task.

Education has the power to shape a culture, influencing the formation and transmission of cherished traditions, foundational narratives, and core values across generations. This guide seeks to reclaim a vision for a distinctly Christian approach to education aimed at fostering a renewal of Christianity in our day. Looking at a variety of key historical figures, including Jesus, Paul, Augustine of Hippo, Martin Luther, Horace Bushnell, and George A. Coe, along with various historical, philosophical, or social perspectives related to education, this book shows how exploring Christian thinking about education throughout history can equip educators today to reclaim their task.