Rushdooney, Rousas John
Title MESSIANIC CHARACTER OF AMERICAN EDUCATION, THE
Book Condition Good
Publisher Craig Press, 1979, 410 pgs., PB, like new condition 1979
Seller ID 1166
This book will be bitter medicine, indeed, to those who see the answer to today's problem in more education, unless the question "for what?" is confronted and resolved. Most of modern education is devoted, consciously or unconsciously, to the perp etuation and the extension of the underlying fallacy which has presented the whole effort with its dilemma. What the educationists have forgotten is that the sense of meaning and purpose in life which they take for granted was bought with the blood of saints from the time of the prophets and Jesus until this day. And the end is not yet in sight. By taking for granted that which can only be acquired by faith the rationalist tradition of American education has severed itself from its roots, a nd indeed is paying the penalty for trying to "live by bread alone".
HISTORY OF THE PHILOSOPHY EDUCATION