Blomberg presents an interpretation of essentially Christian schooling that challenges the conventional wisdom of both its advocates and critics. In asserting that education should teach students to be discerning of the worldviews that are operative in their own education, he strikes an important blow for the kind of Christian schooling he advocates, as well as puncturing the oft-held position that secular education is in and of itself values-neutral. He proffers the view that schools bringing their own values and beliefs forward in an explicit manner is the only authentic and honest way of proceeding. At the heart of this position is his final dismantling of the validity of disjoining theory and practice.
Wisdom and Curriculum by Doug Bloomer
Green illustrated paperback covers with green spine. Edge wear or corner bumps. Clean, tight binding. Some underlining throughout book. Published by Dordt College in 2007. Philosophy/Religion. Measures 9×6 with 238 pages. VeryGood.