These programs should not overlay brief Biblical concepts on a secular subject, but metamorphize the subject by DESECULARIZING IT to reflect the
Lordship of Christ. In the following pages, the deity of Christ and its corollary, the pessimistic view of human nature, transform perspectives on many
issues great and small, from U.S. constitutional
history and foreign affairs to specific public policy questions on police powers, interstate commerce, antitrust. This spurns public school
Government textbooks' fixation on centralization or individualism, in favor of the Lordship of Christ over both. Christian education is at war with
secularism and cannot serve two masters.