A History of Christian Education, Part 3 (Gerald Miller)

Mr. Miller focuses on the changes in Christian education after the Reformation. Many people who wanted religious freedom moved to America. The industrial revolution brought a specialization of labor. In the mid-1900’s, many Anabaptists became alarmed with the secular influence of government-funded schools.

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