Dr. Thomas Korcok — Associate Professor of Theology at Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada; Consortium for Classical Lutheran Education’s (CCLE) 2022 magister magnus award winner; and author of Serpents in the Classroom: The Poisoning of Modern Education and How the Church Can Cure It, joins Andy and Sarah to talk about why Classical Lutheran education is important today, where Classical Lutheran education first began for him, questions he addresses in his book, the theological presuppositions that undergird contemporary education, and how CCLE supports families, schools, and educators. Learn more about CCLE at ccle.org and find Dr. Korcok’s book at shop.1517.org/products/serpents-in-the-classroom-the-poisoning-of-modern-education-and-how-the-church-can-cure-it.
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