My Christian Philosophy of Education

Required Reading List
a. Foundations of Christian School Education. Colorado Springs, CO: ACSI, 2003 b. Love Your God With All Your Mind. J. P. Moreland. Colorado Springs, CO: NavPress, 1997. Available through
ACSI, Colorado Springs, CO:
c. Teaching Redemptively: Bringing Grace and Truth into Your Classroom. Donovan Graham. Colorado Springs, CO: ACSI, 2004.
d. Reclaiming the Future of Christian Education. Albert E. Greene. Colorado Springs, CO: ACSI, 1998. e. One of the books below may be used in place of one of the required books listed above.
Additional Books: (Please check the one additional book you chose from the list below) ______ a. Virtuous Minds. Philip E. Dow, 2013. IVP Academic. Available through ACSI, Colorado Springs, CO:
______ b. By Design: Developing a Philosophy of Education Informed by a Christian Worldview. Dr. Marti MacCollough, 2013. Not available through ACSI.
______ c. A Christian Paideia: The Habitual Vision of Greatness. D. Bruce Lockerbie. Colorado Springs, CO: Purposeful Design Publications, a Division of ACSI, 2005.
______ d. Truth & Transformation. Vishal Mangalwadi, 2009. YWAM Publishing. Not available through ACSI.
______ e. The Pattern of God’s Truth. Frank Gaebelein. Colorado Springs, CO: ACSI, 1997.
______ f. Steppingstones to Curriculum. Dr. Harro Van Brumelen, 2002. Available through ACSI, Colorado Springs, CO:
______ g. Guiding Faculty to Excellence. Dr. Gordon Brown, 2002. Available through ACSI, Colorado Springs, CO:
Writing Requirement
Write approximately six typed pages on your personal understanding of the crucial elements of a Christian philosophy of education.