JH64: The Importance of a Biblical Worldview Davis Carman


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Today we are chatting with Davis Carman the President of Apologia Educational Ministries. Apologia is the #1 publisher of creation-based science and Bible curricula with over 70 #1 awards. He believes in homeschooling, believes in defending the Christian Faith, and believe that every subject (and I mean every subject) should be taught from a biblical worldview. That is why his mission, and the mission of Apologia, is to help homeschooling families learn, live, and defend the Christian Faith.

I met Davis a few years ago at a homeschool blogger conference called 2:1. I mention that briefly in the podcast episode. I wanted to chat with Davis about biblical worldview and Christian curriculum because I have had a major mind shift on this topic since I first began homeschooling. When we first began homeschooling I never considered whether or not a curriculum (outside of science) should be “Christian”. In my mind, the only thing that would maybe not line up with God’s word would be the whole creation/evolution debate. But then, the longer I began homeschooling, the more I began to realize how much God had been taken out of everything I learned as a child, and I began to appreciate how important a biblical worldview is.

In this episode we chat about this, the mission of Apologia, homeschooling, and SO much more.

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