Deborah on February 9th, 2010

The universe is a geometrical mathematical design of God. Challenge your students to think about the purpose of shapes.

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Deborah on January 5th, 2010

People of faith must wrestle with the issue of the constitution and authority. Often the Bible and the Constitution are in agreement regarding acceptable behavior. At times, they contradict. Something may be permissible (or implied) by the Constitution, but be against God’s law. Either the Constitution is superior to God’s law (the Bible) or vice […]

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Deborah on January 5th, 2010

Students should be made aware that a nation’s constitution is not religion or philosophy free. The writers of a constitution have beliefs about the nature of man and the universe that directly impact how they formulate the document. The belief or unbelief in God influences the writing, as well as one’s belief about the character […]

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Deborah on September 15th, 2009

Biblical Integration Introduction This Biblical Integration Introduction is a brief glimps of how to use the Biblical Integration Posters in the classroom. Next to the Bible, the posters are a phenomenal resource for integration the Christian Worldview into your subjects. The posters serve as a classroom aid in several ways: Teacher Planning Teacher Instruction Student Reference […]

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Deborah on September 14th, 2009

How To Use Biblical Integration Posters How to use the Biblical Integration Posters will teach you…well, just that…how to use the posters! What better way to kick off the Biblical Integration Ideas blog than with a talking picture. Check it out…

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