Helping Students Think as Anabaptists Through Teaching History, Geography, and Civics

In this talk given at Faith Builders Teacher’s Week 2010, Pete Peters reflects on the distinctiveness of Anabaptist education when studying cultures. The two kingdom concept, reminding us of our citizenship of a heavenly kingdom, will run somewhat counter to the nationalistic tendencies of popular curriculum. Peters has some practical pointers on how to inspire students to study their own unique history, as well as the cultures and histories of people around the world.

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