More than a school

March 2014
Nurture;Mar2014, p7
Academic Journal
The article presents the author's view regarding the first edition of the journal "Nurture" in 2014 which highlights the impact of Christian education to the relationship between parents and children in Australia. It states that Christian education response to a biblically informed responsibility before God through children education from birth to adulthood. It also notes that education is driven by a secularist worldview in the society.


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