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성경과 교육

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Young Kim

on 4 November 2014

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Transcript of 성경과 교육

김영준 교수
성경과 교육
The importance of having a sound Biblical philosophy of education cannot be overemphasized. In referring to the importance of developing a distinctively Christian philosophy, more Christian educators are beginning to realize that to be truly Christian, the curriculum must be Bible integrated in theory and practice.
Bible as Integrate
Since education deals primarily with the communication of knowledge, the defining of knowledge of truth becomes important. Knowledge may be defined as an understanding or a clear perception of truth. The Biblical view of knowledge presupposes a source of all knowledge, for knowledge is dependent on truth; and truth, in turn, is dependent on God. All avenues of knowledge stem from God. God, Himself, is truth, and has chosen to reveal Himself through natural revelation and special revelation.
Knowledge by Truth
Since God is central in the universe and is the source of all truth, it follows that all subject matter is related to God. Thus, the revelation of God must become the heart of the subject matter curriculum. The Bible itself becomes the central subject in the school' curriculum.
God is Central
We may conclude therefore that the function of the Bible in the subject matter curriculum is two-fold. First, it provides content of its own. Second, it provides a service function to the other subjects. The principles of Biblical truth should be applied to and in all other subjects. Claim to truth from other areas should be tested and evaluated by the philosophical and theological truths of the Word of God.
Roll of Educator :
The Christian educator or teacher is to be a guide or resource person in the wonderful experience of learning. He is to be neither a drill sergeant nor a manipulator, but rather, a facilitator of learning. His learners must know that he cares about them. The educator must have experienced the reality of what his is attempting to teach or else he is just a blind man leading blind men.
Six Qualifications for a Spirit-filled Teacher are:

1. The teacher is the communicator of truth, he must be openly and boldly a Christian.
2. Every teacher must know the Bible. Because the Word of God is relevant to all subjects.
3. The Christian teacher must be committed in every aspect of his life and work, in all his being, to the truth.
4. The teacher must seek excellence. This is a seeking after intellectual excellence to the glory of God,
and a Christian teacher should be content with nothing less than superiority in this area.
5. The Christian teacher must truly love his students, seeking their highest good
even when at times the way may be hard. Not only should he love his students, he should genuinely like and understand them.
6. Finally, the Christian teacher should exercise complete submission to the one great teacher.
Every teacher must listen to the Lord, and the Holy Spirit, for his lessons and never should he think that he does not need to be taught of Him.

Teacher's Roll

Teachers must recognize that, in the final sense, God, the Holy Spirit, is the teacher.-It is God who does the teaching, a teacher is merely a channel of His grace, an instrument doing the planting and watering. The spiritual effectiveness of a teacher's work rests ultimately with the Holy Spirit.
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