In the Name of Education: How Weird Ideologies Corrupt Our Public Schools, Politics, the Media, Higher Institutions, and History
Xulon Press, 2007 - 412 ページ
In The Name of Education is perhaps the rarest book any will ever read on what is happening in education today. It maybe the best book that convincingly examines the crisis in education from a Christian perspective. Praises for In the Name of Education: ¿What Jonas E. Alexis is saying needs to be said; and what he is saying must be heard!¿ Dr. Thomas Simmons, social studies teacher ¿In the Name of Education is not only worth reading, it is worth believing, worth heeding, and most important, worth acting upon.¿ Dr. David A. Noebel, best-selling author of Understanding the Times ¿I have been privileged to read this outstanding book. The documentation and insights are superb. I will certainly recommend it to others.¿ Texe Marrs, best-selling author of more than 35 books ¿I am much impressed with the range of Alexis¿ thought and the extent of his reading. This book is obviously about much more than education¿¿ Lyle H. Rossiter, Jr, MD, forensic psychiatrist and author of The Liberal Mind: The Psychological Causes of Political Madness. ¿This is an interesting and at the same time disturbing [book that deals with] disturbing issues that are penetrating our public school system.¿ Armstrong Williams, Radio Host ¿In The Name of Education takes its readers on an in-depth investigation of our public education system and proves it to be the battlefield of a culture war.¿ Finn Laursen, Executive Director of Christian educators ¿Alexis has written an important book.¿ Don DeYoung, Ph.D. in physics and chairman of the Department of Physical Science at Grace College, Indiana ¿`In the Name of Education¿ documents the weird and dangerous ideas that have put generations of Americans at risk, even as it points the way back toward genuine intellectual and moral reform.¿ Jim Nelson Black, Ph.D., author of Freefall of the American University ¿This book has so much information and documentation that is difficult to dismiss the themes.¿ Mary Gallimore, M.S., Social Studies Teacher
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THE ABOLITION OF EDUCATION
The Genesis of the School War
Allan Blooms The Closing of the American Mind
Who Owns Our Children?
The Philosophers and Western Civilization
Allan Bloom and the Critics
Why This Book?
Religion Culture and CivUization
The Results of Laws of Nature?
Christianity Meets the Skeptics Scoffers and Lunatics
Are They Always Right?
Exegesis and Eisegesis
IN THE NAME OF HISTORY
SLAVERY HISTORY AND CHRISTIANITY
Who Abolished Slavery?
The Bible and Slavery
How Christianity Saved the West
The Third World Progress and Paganism
America Christianity and Progress
XHI Slavery and Progress
A Brief Personal Odyssey
Racist You Are a Racist
Credit Where Its Due
EDUCATION THE SCHOOLS AND THE PSYCHOLOGISTS
HI Schools and Athletic Games
The Schools and the Psychologists
PARENTS THE SCHOOLS AND EDUCATION
Parents and the Educats
Why Parents Dont Need Pop Psychologists
Toxic Parents or Toxic Psychologists?
Parents Who Made a Difference
Sigmund Freud and Jean Jacques Rousseau on Education
Education and Our Culture
The Musical Connection
MUSIC THE PHILOSOPHERS AND EDUCATION
II Music and Man
III Aleister Crowley Hollywood and Occultism
Family Education Matters
The Quest for Reason
The Ivy League Schools and Their Christian Founding Principles
Selling Ones Soul to Whom?
Orlando Patterson and the Da Vinci Code
Orlando Patterson Rudolph Bultmann and Others
David Brion Davis and Bernard Lewis
DARWINISM RACISM AND INFERIOR SPECffiS
Creationism Darwinism and the Intelligentsia
The Media Propaganda and Critics of Intelligent Design
THE NCLB THE SCHOOLS AND THE EDLCATS
Where Did the Money Go?
Some Problems with the NCLB
JOHN DEWEY THE SCHOOLS AND THE CLASSICS
That Is a Good Question
John Dewey and Progressive Education
Can Anything Be Done to Fix the Crisis?
DOCTORS OF D3EOLOGIES
SLAVERY AND IDEOLOGIES IN THE SHADOW OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION ISLAM MULTICULTURALISM AND AFROCENTRISM
Affirmative Action and Slavery
Islam History and Jihad
Are We to Blame the Whites for Past Injuries?
The Greatest Joke Ever Told
Ideologies Promoted by Black Leaders and the Nation of Islam
Bill Cosby and Michael Eric Dyson Rap Music and the Critics
Michael Eric Dyson Again
WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?
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