According to Spears and Loomis, “Education is no longer understood in terms of training that enables us to pursue a true conception of reality. Formerly, education was conceived as a tool by which we came to properly understand our humanity, ourselves and our right role within society,” but this is often no longer the case. This essay will explore the implications of this important change for schooling, leadership, teaching, and learning. in the twenty-first century. In the post-Christian phase of our culture it has been asserted – plausibly – that education has in general ceased to have the aim of “pursuing and understanding objective value.” Given this context it is envisaged that the present essay will be especially relevant to those educators who seek to apply a Christian worldview based on objective truth to education and schooling.
Pike, Mark A.
"C. S. Lewis: Christian Educator for a Post-Christian Era,"
Sehnsucht: The C. S. Lewis Journal: Vol. 7
, Article 8.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/cslewisjournal/vol7/iss1/8