Why worldview matters
Worldview is a frame or lens through which we view reality. Everybody has a worldview; most people simply don't realize this-- not even most Christians. But understanding our own worldview and working hard to live it out as fully as possible is, in a certain sense, the sum and substance of what it means to be a Christian. True education includes the high-level thinking skills of analyzing the world view of authors, literary characters, and figures in history; as well as synthesizing that knowledge with one's own worldview. Our belief is that the ultimate aim of a Christian education is the ability to evaluate the worthiness of ideals, rejecting what is unworthy, and imitating that which has proven worthy and stood the test of time. The ability to think clearly and write persuasively is nearly a lost art. By partnering with parents and educators in homes and schools everywhere, we hope to revive this crucial skill in the next generation.