In International Journal of Christianity and Education 24, no. 3 (2020): pp. 254-268
This article argues that “covenant” ought to serve universally as a framework for education, beyond the exclusive sense of covenant in use in Reformed Christian education. The article begins with covenant as creation’s answerable relationship with the Creator, then offers a brief account of language as a form of covenantal exchange, and concludes with pedagogy as a function of the covenantal structures of being and of speaking.