Philosophy of Education

  Philosophy of Education  
          Every teacher has a philosophy of life and of education, which the teacher believes in and uses as a guide. There are two basic philosophies which man can accept: a world-centered philosophy or a Christ-centered philosophy.
          The world-centered teacher believes that man is the center of all thoughts and activities, and that it is up to man to improve the world by his own powers. He teaches that man will be saved through a moral life and good works.
          The Christ-centered teacher believes that man, from Adam on, is a condemned sinner. Realizing this basic truth, he relies solely upon Christ, his eternal Savior, for his salvation. As a result of the Holy Spirit working faith in his heart, he has a deep love for his Redeemer, and a Christian love for his fellow men. The Christ-centered teacher demonstrates these truths not only in religion class, but in every subject and situation.