In the midst of Canada’s post-Christian culture, the image of Christianity can sometimes look bleak. Decreased church attendance and a lack of interest in institutional forms of religion serve as markers of the present state of Canadian Christianity. In the midst of these trends, McMaster Divinity College’s Associate Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology Steven Studebaker encourages schools to serve as models of academic excellence. Studebaker urges Christian schools to recruit potential students based on the positive aspects of their programs, rather than the negative issues within society.To find out more concerning Studebarker’s comments regarding Christian education and Canadian society, feel free to read the story posted on the Ontario Alliance of Christian Schools website.


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