How to Apply for a PhD program

Since I’ve been getting numerous messages and emails on how to apply for PhD programs, I thought it may be useful to write up one piece on it. I realize there are way more qualified people out there to write on this topic and on academics in general (see especially Stanley Porter’s nicely written Inking the Deal), […]

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Art, Education, and Pragmatism

Not too long ago, I spent a day in the Louvre, that famous Museum in Paris. I must confess, I do not have an eye for high art. I wasn’t trained for it, I haven’t developed a taste for it, and I don’t specialize in it. I spent two hours around the Mesopotamian Code of […]

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“Why Our Children Don’t Think There Are Moral Facts” A Response

This is a guest post by David Park, a philosophy graduate of Rutgers University and a Masters of Divinity Student at Westminster Theological Seminary.  The New York Times recently released an opinion piece by Justin McBrayer which sharply diagnoses the trend of current K-12 education in America. He writes that it raises students who enter […]

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Reflections on that unhelpful word: “Integration”

My experience in Christian education prior to being informed by the Reformed faith centered around the word integration. We’ve all heard it said: “the integration of faith and learning” or “biblical integration to science [or philosophy, psychology, history, animals, food, business, comic books, film, or name your favorite discipline here].” The intention is clear. We have […]

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Christian Education – Interview with Brian Cox

Christians engaging in education is indeed an imperative. But what exactly is a Christian view of education? How does it differ from a non-Christian view of education? Do we simply stick bible verses unto mathematics? In an attempt to better understand just what it is that makes Christian education Christian, we asked Brian Cox, a distinguished, […]

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