Christian education of children with disabilities;
Does biblical justice include people with disabilities? Like the orphan and widow of Christ’s day, people with disability have historically been marginalized, frequently experiencing poverty and isolation. A biblical worldview of disability and a Christian community, which seeks to have the mind of Christ, ought to challenge the exclusion and injustices people with disability experience in our communities. This article will interweave the author’s personal experience as a Christian member of the disability community, disability studies scholarship, and a biblical worldview of disability to examine the current practice of excluding people with disabilities from Christian school education. The goal is to examine our societal biases and practices and respond to people with disabilities in a manner that is pleasing to Christ Jesus and to work toward reform within Christian schools in order to actively include people with disabilities.
"Open the Door of Christian Education to All Students : A Call for Christian School Reform,"
Justice, Spirituality & Education Journal: Vol. 2015, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.biola.edu/jsej/vol2015/iss2015/3