A New Year, a New Look, a New Schedule…and a New Book!

By kate loop | Biblical Math Blog

Jan 16

It has been more than a year since I’ve posted anything–ouch! I think it’s high time for a long-overdo update : ).

Revealing Arithmetic: A Practical Guide to Teaching Math BiblicallyFirst of all, Revealing Arithmetic: Math Concepts from a Biblical Worldview, is finished! The final book ended up being a more-than-200-full-sized page manual offering ideas and inspiration for teaching basic arithmetic (counting through exponents) from a biblical worldview. I can’t tell you how excited and grateful I felt when it went off to the printer…it’s been a long, but blessed journey. Thank you all for your prayers and encouragement along the way! If you’d like to learn more about the book or purchase a copy, it’s now in our online store!

Now that Revealing Arithmetic is finished, it’s my intent to focus more on this blog. I would really like to make it a place where we can explore God’s hand in math together. You may have noticed the blog has a new look and feel–and I’m hoping to add new content to it regularly.

My plan is to post at least once a week, according to the following “tentative” monthly schedule.

  • Week 1: Specific Concept – Information, ideas, or musings about a specific math concept (concepts will vary each month).
  • Week 2: A Concept’s History or Applications – An exploration of a portion of math’s history or one of its many applications.
  • Week 3: Resources – A resource link or review.
  • Week 4: Requests – Topic will vary based on requests and feedback received. (This is your chance to tell me what you’d like to see us discuss!)

As I try to begin/resume this blog, know that your comments (feedback, ideas, sharing, questions, etc.) will help keep me going : ) I look forward to learning and growing with you!

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After having her own view of math transformed, Katherine has been researching, writing, and speaking on a biblical worldview of math for more than a decade. Her books on math and a biblical worldview have been used by individuals, homeschool groups, and Christian schools and colleges, and she recently finished a junior high math curriculum. Receive her free Math from a Biblical Worldview e-mail course at www.mathisnotneutral.com

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Elizabeth January 16, 2010

Katherine,

Glad to see you back around and updating this site. Congratulations on finishing up the new book!! I’m sure it’s great! I’ll have to start saving up for it. 😀

Thanks for the work that you are doing to help us all keep a Biblical worldview and see God’s hand in all of His creation! I look forward to reading your posts!

Warmly,
Elizabeth

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    kloop January 16, 2010

    Thanks! It’s good to be back around : )

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My Boaz's Ruth January 26, 2010

My husband is a graduate student in mathematics. I love what you are doing here and had seen and tagged the Nickel book for his next birthday. Because this is a good perspective to keep.

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