Episode 02: What Does Athens Have to Do with Africa?


In this episode Karen will be analyzing the importance of a Western civilization education in Africa.

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3 comments on “Episode 02: What Does Athens Have to Do with Africa?

  1. Eric Aluvisia says:

    I love the whole idea of this podcast. This one especially nails it squarely on the ‘why’. Many now are seeking for truth, and what’s really good for humanity. We are at a revolutionary period as a country and there has never been so much concern on education and so many questions asked. It is getting clearer each day that Rafiki Curriculum is the best so far for Kenya, and Africa in the development of the whole person. May God bless these efforts!

  2. Julie Pederson says:

    Families at the Rafiki school in Kenya are so happy to see the hearts of their children being nurtured along with their minds. Not just the development of “clever devils”. A teacher here recently expressed how different our school is in that when children come that are different or struggling in one way or another, they are welcomed not just by administration or teachers but by the students themselves.

  3. Kelly says:

    This is great. I love what the African teacher said — I want the truth no matter where it comes from. Me too! I am reminded how Augustine expressed a similar thought: “A person who is a good and true Christian should realize that truth belongs to his Lord, wherever it is found, gathering and acknowledging it even in pagan literature, but rejecting superstitious vanities[…]” – Augustine of Hippo, On Christian Doctrine (II.18.28)

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