An evaluation of the Accelerate Christian Schools for reaching children for the Kingdom of God as part of Missio Dei in South Africa
Jones, Dina Johanna Christina.
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Secularist views are a challenge to the field of religious education. Their worldview and influence in society will be discussed. This study evaluates the theocratic model under the apartheid regime, the co–operative model and the religion policy under the new democratic government. The areas that the researcher investigated in this study are centred on the effectiveness of the mission calling of the School of Tomorrow, Accelerated Christian Education. In order to achieve this outcome, the history of ACE Schools in America and South Africa will be discussed, as well as the role of the school, the parent and the teacher in missio Dei. An analysis and evaluation will be done on Christian educators such as Martin Luther, John Calvin and John Knox, as well as educational deform under Hitler. A study will be done on how Biblical doctrine was formed in children’s lives in the Old and New Testament.
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