A Biblical Classical education means learning, thinking, and reasoning from Biblical principles and their application to all spheres of life.
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In “The Lord’s Work in the Lord’s Way” Franics Schaeffer gives the reminder that Jesus taught his discipels they weren’t to be called “Rabbi” or “Master” (Matthew 23:8, 10).
Francis’ gentle and loving reminder is that we aren’t greater than others. And to take on the title of “Master” is the “world’s mentality of wanting the foremost place. . .” He continues to say that if we take take on the mentality of being greater than others, we aren’t qualified for Christian leadership.
While the above statement is not the heart of all who get a “Master Teacher Certification,” it may be for some. Maybe some are even looking for the “foremost place” in the Kingdom. But, I think that is up to God. However that idea plays out, we are simply to follow the two greatest commandments: Love God and love our neighbor and with the proper heart motive and posture.
As a Biblical Classical Teacher, the Lord has brought several individuals into my life to help me grow in the mastery of authentic Christian living and learning. I don’t want to be viewed as a “Master.” There is no “arrival” at learning and growing. When I work with Christian homeschool parents, I make it clear that “I haven’t arrived.” Gaining mastery is so much more different than “being a Master.” Jesus is the Mater Teacher of it all and that is His rightful title and position as Lord.
Aside from that, God is the Master Artist. He’s the Master Mathematician. He’s the Master Scientist. The Master Creator. He’s the Master of it all; again, Jesus is the Master Teacher.
Our place is to glorify and magnify His name. The mission is about Him. Let’s continue to do that, shall we? Amen?