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Education in the Bible: a starting point for discussion
Guy Brandon, January 2013
This draft report summarises our research to date on education in the Bible. Starting from first principles, it aims to shed light on how education is approached in the Bible, including the vital question of its ultimate purpose.
Surveying the different attitudes and approaches through biblical history, with particular emphasis on the Wisdom literature, it concludes by making some tentative suggestions for application in our own education system.
New Academies, New Opportunities: An Assessment of Conservative Party Education Policy
Dr Guy Brandon & Dr John Hayward, March 2010
This report responds to the Conservative Party's draft education policy. It begins by summarising the most important points of the policy and offers an overview of some of the major Christian principles of education. It then looks at the policy implications and how parents and other interested parties might help found and shape the new schools created by this initiative. The intention is to identify key opportunities and how such groups might engage with these, and the policy issues that it is hoped the Conservatives will address.
Cambridge Papers Open Day Proceedings 2009
Jubilee Centre, May 2009
Summaries of the plenary by Dr Paul Mills, The Economic Crisis: A Biblical Diagnosis and Foundation, and optional seminars at the Cambridge Papers Open Day held on 4 May 2009.
Titles of the seminars were Transhumanism: Enhancing Humans or a New Creation?, Liberation Theology: an Historian's Perspective, A Christian University?, Anti-Christian Law and Christian Citizenship, The Relational Company, Responding to a Post-Modern World, and Twentieth Century Painting: The Window as Closed?