What the Liberal Arts Does (and Does Not) Have in Common with a Christian Education

Rachel Griffis and Erik Hoekstra, President of Dordt University, explore similarities and differences between the traditional liberal arts and Christian education. They discuss false dichotomies between learning and career training and how vocational programs contribute to an institution’s mission. President Hoekstra articulates a definition of Christian education rooted in Reformed thought that dismantles hierarchies between disciplines.

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