In this text, Rushdoony—a major advocate of Christian homeschooling—discusses Christian curriculum. He works from the principle that curriculum cannot be neutral—suggesting that it is either a course in humanism or training in a God-centered faith and life. The liberal arts curriculum means literally that course which trains students in the arts of freedom. This raises the key question: is freedom in and of man or Christ? The Christian art of freedom, what Rushdoony terms the Christian liberal arts curriculum, is not the same as the humanistic one. He designs this text to help Christian educators rethink the meaning and nature of their curriculum.
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