The Biblical Theory of Christian Education

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righteousness…so that the man of God may become perfected, thoroughly equipped unto all good works.”(18)

We are thus, thoroughly,  to become equipped not merely unto some good works — not just unto the wonderful work of saving souls, but “unto all good works.”   Having become equipped thoroughly unto the good work of saving the soul, we must then thoroughly become equipped   from the Holy Scriptures to save the body; and also to save the whole world with all its fullness and everything God put in it.

In one word, we must be educated to dominate God’s world to His glory.   For that is what God created man to do originally, before the fall.