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The purpose of Christian education is to implant a moral Christian outlook on life where God is the focus Education is then based off of and around God being the focus Christian education begins at home with parents when they teach their children about God and His love for them A Christian school then continues the parents teaching by being an extension of the home and teaching the children Christian morals and about the Bible Each subject is based off of God and whether or not it is taught that way is up to the school At a school that is teaching their children Christian education they focus on God being the subjects main focal point Math shows Gods accuracy Science shows His creativity and glory English helps us to be able to tell others about Him and bring others to Him History tells us His story and how He has always worked in the lives of men and has always been involved with His creation The goal of Christian education is to equip children with the knowledge to make it in this world If they do not get a good Christian education the world will eat them up They will take their religion and throw it in their faces The world will say to them Well if there is a God He would fix this and make it all better They also will say Prove it prove to me that there is a God If children do not have a strong foundation in God they will lose their Christianity when they go out into the world because they will not be able to prove it If they do have a strong foundation in God they will be able to prove that there is a God and possibly bring those that doubted the existence of God to God Without Christian education Christianity will die out because no one will be taught
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