Books and Journals

Anthony, M. J. (2001). Introducing Christian education: Foundations for the twenty-first century. Baker Academic.

Bisschoff, P., and van der Kooy, R. (2020). How to be a Christian teacher. A practical guide. Koers: Waverley

Cardoza, F. (Ed.). (2019). Christian education: A guide to the foundations of ministry. Baker Academic. Available at:  Accessed on 31/10/2022

Dockery, D. S. (2008). Renewing Minds: Serving Church and Society through Christian Higher Education, Revised and Updated. B&H Publishing Group.

Dreeckmeier, T (2022). Educating for Eternity: A Guide for Teachers and Student Teachers. CcE Books: Pretoria.

Esqueda, O. J. (2014). Biblical worldview: The Christian higher education foundation for learning. Christian Higher Education13(2), 91-100.

Fowler S., Van Brummelen, H.W. and J. Van Dyk, 1990. Christian Schooling: Education for Freedom. Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education: Potchefstroom.

Glanzer, P. L., Alleman, N. F., & Ream, T. C. (2017). Restoring the soul of the university: Unifying Christian higher education in a fragmented age. InterVarsity Press.

Greene, A.E. (1998). Reclaiming the Future of Christian Education: A transforming vision. ACSI: USA.

Hughes, K. R. (2022). Teaching for Spiritual Formation: A Patristic Approach to Christian Education in a Convulsed Age. Wipf and Stock Publishers.

Kilner, J. F. (2018). Made in the image of God. In D. S. Dockery & C. W. Morgan (Eds.), Christian higher education: Faith, teaching, and learning in the evangelical tradition (pp. 101ÔÇô120). Crossway.

Kimble, J. (n. d) Doctrinal Formulation for a Comprehensive Worldview: An Integration Paper. Available on Google Scholar. Accessed on 31/10/2022

King, R. J., Schoenleber, C., & Mack, D. (2022). Best Practices and Biblical Worldview for Technology Integration. International Christian Community of Teacher Educators Journal17(2), 5.

Lingenfelter., J.E & Lingenfelter, S.G (2003). Teaching Cross-culturally. An incarnational model for learning and teaching. Baker Academic: Grand Rapids.

Machen, J. G. (1987) Education, Christianity, and the state: Essays by J. Gresham Machen (J. W. Robbins, Ed.). The Trinity Foundation.

Makhado, SBK.  (2016). Let them stand on the right foundation (our story has been interrupted). Samson Makhado.

Miller, D.L., & Stan Guthrie, S. (2018). Discipling Nations: The Power of Truth to Transform Cultures. YWAM Publishing: Seattle.

Ollila, L. How to Produce Students with a Biblical Worldview. Available at: Accessed on 02/11/2022

Palmer, P. J. (1983). To know as we are known. San Francisco: Harper

Schultz, K. G., & Swezey, J. A. (2013). A three-dimensional concept of worldview. Journal of Research on Christian Education22(3), 227-243.

Smith, B. (2012). Biblical integration: Pitfalls and promise. Available at:

Van Brummelen, H. (1994). Stepping stones to curriculum: A biblical path. Seattle: Alta Vista College Press.

Van Brummelen, H. W. (1988). Walking with God in the classroom: Christian approaches to learning and teaching. Welch publ.

Van der Walt, J. (2000). The Third CurriculumÔÇöfrom a Christian Perspective. Journal of Research on Christian Education9(2), 157-176.

Van Dyk, J. (1985). The beginning of wisdom: The nature and task of the Christian School. Available at:

White, E. G. H. (1977). Fundamentals of Christian education. Review and Herald Pub Assoc.

Wilhelm, G. M., & Firmin, M. W. (2008). Character education: Christian education perspectives. Journal of Research on Christian Education17(2), 182-198.

Wolterstorff, N. (1984). Where are we now in Philosophy of Christian Education? unpublished paper.