Life In Wartime

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Summary

Thanks to the COVID-19 crisis, Australians have had their first mass-tasting of home schooling. Did it reveal the cracks in the system, and the potential for a better way of informing our children?

Show Notes

The national lock-down abruptly introduced millions of parents to the short-comings of online learning. But it also produced some interesting observations as to what advantages could be gained from home-schooling.

Stephen McAlpine and David Robertson question the advantages of a public school education system as they wade into the world of teaching your kids at home.

As pupils return to public schools across the nation, they pose the question, 'Is this the best you can do by your children?' And is the church actually a place to teach your children to socialise?

What is Life In Wartime?

The COVID-19 epidemic has brought upon us all the moral challenges associated with living in a state of constant conflict. We have to choose how we're going to respond to this global threat day by day, and David Robertson and Stephen McAlpine from Third Space are here to help you think through the implications of the messages we're hearing, and how God would have us live in these challenging times.