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    1844 - Coincidence or Providence? Tertiary-Lifelong
    Were the events that occurred during the year 1844 an accident? Or does this year have a deep significance in the biblical understanding of God's plan in redemptive history? What most of us, including Adventists, fail to understand is that 1844 is significant...

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    Exploring Worldviews - A Framework Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "In an educational environment where multicultural and multi-faith classrooms have become the norm, it is essential that teachers are aware of, and are knowledgeable about contemporary worldviews. This article provides a general framework for exploring...

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    Human Rights from a Classical-Catholic Natural Law Perspective - Analysis and Proposal of Other Jusnaturalistic Biases Tertiary
    In the last decades, philosophers and jurists seem to be more concerned concern about human rights as never before. In this In this context, there is a return to classical-Catholic natural law as the conception that best supports the notion of these rights....

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    Shaping Curriculum in an Adventist College Tertiary
    The Adventist system of higher education is a response to the secularism and naturalism that dominates the disciplines. It aims to enhance liberal studies by endowing them with eternal and temporal significance. The curriculum, materials, methods and faculty...

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    The Big Difference - The Case for Christian Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article outlines three major categories in which significant differences exist between Adventist schools and public schools. These categories are goals and objectives, philosophy, and methodology.

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    Why Do Different Scientists Interpret Reality Differently? Tertiary
    "The existence of God and whether He created the universe and life are, by definition, questions beyond the scope and the capability of naturalistic science. The answers to such questions rely on worldview assumptions, which are based on evidence...

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    Why Do Different Scientists Interpret Reality Differently? Grade 9-Tertiary
    Following an introduction to a mini-series on Faith and Science, this article considers the impact of contrasting worldviews (theism, naturalism, pantheism, Biblical Christianity and Secular Humanism) on scientists interpretation of research.