-What’s the difference between a British vs. American philosophy of education?
In Britain, they have a pre-professional mentality. Thus, grad degrees are considered bad, because you should’ve learned your trade as an undergrad. If you are doing a grad degree, it means you did poorly as an undergrad.
In America, it’s just the opposite. The more degrees, the better. That’s because we have a concept of “liberal arts” as undergrads—you can study anything, and do anything else later on in life; your major has no necessary correlation with your future job. So it’s almost like Americans have to go on to grad school in order to learn their trade. Continue reading
In my time online ,I found this interesting article on “the call to ministry”. What are the spiritual markers etc to indicate that a person is called to ministry? What disqualifies the call? What role does the church plays? What are the characteristics of a good candidate for ministry? Can a person be called to Christain ministry without being called … Continue reading
Just my reflection… Ministers of the gospel speak about it.If they are male,their wives try to fashionable display it.Yet in practical living,many refuse to submit to it-instead they go around with this sense of false humility,fooling only themselves and those ignorant,lazy and non-discerning people they encounter. All one has to do to test most of … Continue reading
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