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NASHVILLE (BP) -- Though Christian schools have drawn criticism in 2019, some Christian educators say the criticism unwittingly underscores the urgent need for Christ-centered education.
Among attacks against Christian schooling: Second Lady Karen Pence has drawn fire for teaching in an evangelical school; the social media hashtag #ExposeChristianSchools has emerged; and accusations against a group of Catholic school boys proliferated following the March for Life.
"This country was founded on principles found in Scripture, however we are now in a culture in which those foundational principles are being attacked," said Wesley Scott, executive director of the Southern Baptist Association of Christian Schools (SBACS). "If you can take out the foundation, you can take the fortress. Churches and Christian schools are essential in repairing these foundational blows." Read More