신학과 실천[Theology and Praxis]





Theology and Praxis, Vol.80. (2022)
pp.193~223

DOI : 10.14387/jkspth.2022.80.193

A Research on the Correlation between the Bible and Christian Education

  • Shin, Hyun-Kwang
    (Anyang University)
This paper discusses the correlation between the Bible and Christian education. All truth to the Christian is the reflection into the soul of the truth that is in God. God has revealed Himself both in what He has created and what He has spoken. Christians expected to be diligent in understanding both of these sources of revelation. Biblical revelation does not pretend to answer all questions but theology does provide one with a guide to the understanding of all other channels of revelation. The Bible stands alone in its own right as a subject of study, but it also operates synoptically by providing a service function to all other disciplines in the subject matter curriculum and even to school administration as a whole. Essentially, the Bible is an educational code and its history is the history of education. From its opening pages in Genesis to the closing chapter of Revelation, the God of light and truth has sought to bring light, truth, and life to mankind. The whole content of the educational curriculum stems from the creation by God. In the beginning the purpose of God's education was the maintenance of a perfect relationship between Himself and man. It can be readily observed that the Bible is basic in Christian education. It is formative in its educational influence. The Scriptures are saturated with educational implications and imperatives.
Bible,Christian Education,Biblical Revelation,Subject Matter Curriculum,Educational Influence

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