Few people have influenced the development of Christian schools in the Reformed tradition as much as Nicholas Wolterstorff. Now the world-renowned philosopher's thoughts and reflections on Christian education over the last three decades are gathered into one cohesive volume. This book is divided into four sections: the nature of Christian education, criticisms of Christian education, observations on Christian learning within a plurallistic society, and the goals of Christian education. This important collection will be of interest to educators and parents--particularly those involved with Christian schooling.
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