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Education

Education - Children Having a Faith Based Education

Parents have primary responsibility for nurturing and educating children. The Bible tells us that we are responsible to teach our children about what God has done.

The classroom is an important place for children to learn about the nature of the world and their role in it. All education is based on an understanding of the world and what is ultimately important; in other words, all education is based on faith beliefs of one kind or another. A secular worldview, which restricts religion to private life, has become the prevailing framework of many public school systems. Some parents choose to homeschool or send their children to religiously based schools in order to have their children educated within a framework consistent with their religious beliefs.

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Related Themes

Media releases

EFC and CHEC Disappointed With Supreme Court TWU Decision

OTTAWA, ON – In a complex split ruling released June 15, a majority of the...

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Evangelicals argue for religious freedom at the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court decision in the Trinity Western University law school cases is...

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Articles

Watch our June Webinar on the Supreme Court TWU Decision

Watch a recording of our June 27, 2018 discussion of the Supreme Court's...

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Popular opinion or legal principle? TWU case heard in B.C.

Once again Trinity Western University is in court to defend its right to have a...

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Official statements

The EFC Will Intervene in Final TWU Cases

The EFC has received intervener status in the Trinity Western University law school...

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Outgoing letters

Re: Proposed changes to Ontario's Physical Education Curriculum - A letter to the Hon. Liz Sandals, Ontario Minister of Education

We understand the need to regularly update curriculum, including in the areas of health...

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Court cases

Trinity Western University School of Law [2013-2018]

Parents have primary responsibility for nurturing and educating children. The Bible tells us that we are responsible to teach our children about what God has done.

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Loyola High School v. Attorney General of Quebec [2014-2015]

Parents have primary responsibility for nurturing and educating children. The Bible tells us that we are responsible to teach our children about what God has done.

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Research

Youth and Young Adult Ministry Workers Survey

Parents have primary responsibility for nurturing and educating children. The Bible tells us that we are responsible to teach our children about what God has done.

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Young Adult Transition Research (YATR)

Parents have primary responsibility for nurturing and educating children. The Bible tells us that we are responsible to teach our children about what God has done.

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Video gallery

EFC Responds to Supreme Court's TWU decision

Bruce Clemenger, President of the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada, responds to the...

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The EFC appears at Trinity Western Supreme Court Canada Case

Lawyer Albertos Polizogopoulos stood in the Supreme Court of Canada on behalf of the...

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Government

Manitoba Bill 18 (2012): The Safe and Inclusive Schools Act

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Ontario Bill-13 (2011): The Accepting Schools Act, and Anti-Bullying Initiatives

The Government of Ontario introduced Bill 13, the Accepting Schools Act, intended to “help make Ontario schools safe and more accepting places to learn.

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