Experience doesn’t make one wise. God does.
“Experience makes you wise.” We hear that one again and again and again. And like most lines we hear again and again and again, we tend to believe it. Yet even experience itself should tell us that this is simply not true. Experience – real experience witnessing and reading about real people doing real things […]
Redeeming Children’s Education: Confronting Our Satanic Approach to the Pursuit of Knowledge
Last year, in the first few months of (near) daily posting at the Fire Breathing Christian blog, I wrote several articles on the subject of children’s education. Three of those posts were constructed around notes I’d made for a sermon that I’ve since been blessed to share with many Brothers and Sisters who are struggling mightily by the […]
The Beginning of Learning: Christ as the Essential Core of Children’s Education
Ever wonder why, no matter how many gajillions of dollars we spend, how many studies we undertake, or how many reforms we make to address the subject of children’s education in America, we only seem to be able to continue the steady decline in knowledge, understanding, and character from one generation to the next? If you have […]