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Second Thoughts: On Interpretation

 Author: Juliette McNair | Student, Living Ed Charlotte 2020 Estimated reading time: 3 min. Mr. Peter Nathan began the forum by asking, “What’s your worldview?” Inspired by Dr. Meredith’s article Satan’s Alternative Universe, Mr. Nathan created a presentation that broke down what an alternative universe is—a worldview. Your worldview shapes your vision—like glasses. It is your perception […]

Digging Deeper: Every Word of God is Pure

Author: Mr. Kenneth Frank | Faculty in Theology, Living Education Estimated Reading Time: 7 min., 41 sec Did you know that God says every one of His words is pure? Some question the Bible today, considering it only another one of many religious books that humans have produced over the millennia. They say it may […]

LivingEd-Charlotte 2020 Begins!

Last week, the new students arrived for the 2020 Living Education Charlotte program. To kick off the new year, the students and a few members of the faculty headed up to Blowing Rock, North Carolina for an overnight orientation trip which included meetings and an exciting whitewater rafting trip on the Watauga River. For the […]

Life to Lessons: Think Aloud

Estimated Reading Time: 2 min. 23 sec. Johnny’s mother is sitting with Johnny on the living room sofa. She is holding a Bible in her lap, while Johnny looks at the picture on the printed Bible lesson in his hand. Johnny’s mother is trying to read the recommended verses out loud, but though her voice […]

Digging Deeper: The Secret of God

Author: Mr. Kenneth Frank | Faculty, Living Education Estimated Reading Time: 7 min Did you know that Job, an ancient Old Testament character, believed he had lost the “secret of God” during his prolonged trial? The Book of Job, perhaps the oldest book of our Old Testament, narrates his story. It introduces him as a […]

Digging Deeper: A Lesson From the Ethiopian Eunuch

Author: Mr. Kenneth Frank | Faculty in Theology, Living Education Estimated Reading Time: 7 min Did you know that welcoming instruction in the Bible from others is a desirable and necessary quality for effective Bible study? There are numerous examples in Scripture, but this article will deal with an incident involving a non-Israelite in the […]

Life to Lessons: Age Appropriate Reading

Estimated Reading Time: 1 min. 20 sec. Let’s say you’re about to read from the book of Judges, and you just finished going through the story of Samson with your son and daughter. Flipping ahead you see in chapter 19 the story of the Levite’s Concubine. You knew it was coming, but you were hoping […]

Life to Lessons: Just Read it!

Estimated Reading Time: 1 min. 20 sec. Ever feel overwhelmed by the amount of information you receive regarding ways to teach your children the Bible? Many books, websites, blogs, and videos offer their advice, tips, and tools. There are many ideas out there, and many can be very useful and helpful. But don’t get caught […]

Digging Deeper: Apple of His Eye

Author: Mr. Kenneth Frank | Faculty in Theology, Living Education Estimated Reading Time: 6 min 46 sec Did you know that God’s care for His people is so protective and familial that He speaks of protecting them as the “apple of his eye”? This phrase or one similar appears in five Scriptural passages. These verses […]