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An Education Point of View
John Hayward, July 2009
The Jubilee Centre has worked with the Evangelical Alliance's Forum for Change Education Cluster to draft a shared 'Point of View' on Education. This seeks to express a common position on what Christians think about education and aims to address the Church, the educational community and the wider society.
The Case for and Nature of Relational Colleges and Universities
Michael Schluter, October 2008
Despite the fact that over half the British population still identify themselves as Christian, our political leaders now insist that many Christian institutions cannot receive public funding. Even those who would argue in favour of creating Christian universities in Britain today, as Nigel Paterson does in his latest Cambridge Paper, ‘Do we need a Christian university?’, accept that there are a number of barriers that make this unlikely. In countries where governments are hostile to Christian institutions, is there any alternative?
The Christian Universities Debate
John Hayward, September 2008
The author of our Cambridge Paper, ‘Do we need a Christian university?’, believes that Christian universities have their place in higher education and that a country with a well-established Christian community would be enriched by the presence of at least two or three Christian universities.
Votewise in focus: education
Nick Spencer, March 2005
Education,like all major political issues, encompasses many different debates: examination standards, school discipline, pupil exclusions, paperwork, and targets, to name just a few. However, beneath these seemingly disparate issues, lies one key question that is, regrettably, only rarely asked. What is education for?