I started reading this blog post a couple days ago and the opening paragraph made me wonder if I’d accidentally stumbled into the Babylon Bee by mistake.
It’s not that I don’t think it’s important for Christians to learn about church history (and I honestly wasn’t a big fan of math in high school myself) – it’s just a shame to see academic subjects set up in a hierarchy like this. Perhaps this is an example of viewing the world through the lens of a great “sacred/secular divide”?
Anyway – thoughts? Should Christians view math as having less purpose in our lives than church history?