WEFOUNDEvangelisches Schulblatt und Deutsche Schulzeitung, 1874, Vol. 18 (Classic Reprint) (German Edition)


As it was in the 20 th century, so it is today. There is no such thing as a theologically neutral pedagogy. As Lutheran educators go forward, it is not enough for them to know the latest educational trends; they must know our theology well enough to properly assess educational philosophies and methods in light of the confession of the Evangelical Lutheran Church. They must begin with that quintessential Lutheran question, “What do they teach, believe and confess?”

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The reference to Christian Science by Pastor Modersohn, in your issue of the 28th of June, contains a misconception of Christian Science so common that I hope you will permit me to correct it. The pastor states that Christian Scientists maintain that sin and disease have no real existence, but being only imaginary, can be dismissed by thought.

As it was in the 20 th century, so it is today. There is no such thing as a theologically neutral pedagogy. As Lutheran educators go forward, it is not enough for them to know the latest educational trends; they must know our theology well enough to properly assess educational philosophies and methods in light of the confession of the Evangelical Lutheran Church. They must begin with that quintessential Lutheran question, “What do they teach, believe and confess?”


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