Math from a Biblical Worldview?
I know it sounds crazy. Where's God in math? Isn't math neutral? No, math is not neutral, and it can be taught from a distinctly biblical worldview. Find out how in a free video and other biblical math information.
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This free video will help you get started transforming your math class by showing you how to truly teach from a biblical worldview.
It is possible for students to really discover math's purpose and understand why they're learning what they're learning...and how it all declares God's praises.