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Christian Education

Christ the Center interviews Daniel Kunkle, Bible teacher at Phil-Mont Christian Academy. The panel discusses Christian education and the issues involved in teaching secondary education from a Reformed perspective. Dan has been a Bible teacher, among other subjects, at Phil-Mont Christian Academy since 1979. He attends Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, has taught education courses in the area for a number of years, and has also taught courses in Christian Education for Westminster Theological Seminary.

Outline of Topics

  • History of Phil-Mont Christian Academy
  • The Bible department
  • Curriculum in Bible classes
  • Philosophy of education and the Christian school’s role within the broader culture
  • The Christian school in relation to the family and church
  • Communicating theology to students of various ages and backgrounds
  • Education and special needs students
  • Technology and education

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