BMH Books of Winona Lake, Ind., announces the re-publishing of a timeless classic, The Pattern of God’s Truth by Frank E. Gaebelein.
At the heart of all thinking about education, whether Christian or secular, lies the problem of integration. Just to adopt a philosophy of education is not the same as integrating that philosophy into all the parts—curriculum, student activities, administration, and more.
This book has been written by an evangelical Christian, committed to high doctrine and a worldview based on biblical truth, whose primary consideration is Christian education. Its pages seek to help educators who are Christian achieve a living union between Christianity and education.
Frank E. Gaebelein (1899-1983) was founder and headmaster of Stony Brook School in New York and an editor for Christianity Today and Eternity magazines. As a Christian educator, visionary, reflective practitioner, concert pianist, mountaineer, speaker, prolific writer, editor, and Bible translator, Gaebelein left fingerprints all over his world.
An amazingly reflective practitioner whose writings on the subject of Christian education demonstrate profound spiritual conviction, enormous erudition, breathtaking breadth of interest, and compelling integrative insight, he greatly influenced private Christian schools, Christian higher education, and congregational instruction.
Gaebelein’s desire for a Christian approach to education blending together liberal and fine arts led to lectures at Dallas Theological Seminary which were subsequently shaped into this book.
The Pattern of God’s Truth retails for $9.99 and the ISBN number is 978-0-88469-170-9. Quantity discounts are available for classroom or church use. Contact http://www.bmhbooks.com/, call (toll-free) 1-800-348-2756, or obtain from your favorite online source or bookstore.