How to Work Christianly

by Feb 17, 2013ChurchLife, Mission, Theology0 comments

My esteemed coworker, Rachel Santopietro, is one of the three “stars” of this edifying video. And what she describes is what I do: I help Christian textbook authors integrate the Bible naturally and powerfully (at least that’s the ideal!) into subjects from which God’s words have been removed or twisted.

Good job, Rachel!

(The two other Christians featured also did very well, as did the video director, Rich Streeter—please watch!)

(And if you’d like more information on making sure that your math, science, literature, and history classes are truly Christian, I encourage you to check out the evaluative tool we use at BJU Press. I can’t underscore enough how powerful these ideas have been, but it took working through them and discussing them in real life over the course of years for me to see that power.)

(Ok, one more thing—I created the “two-story view” illustration that appears in the video!)

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