Education

Christianity & Culture was established in response to the need for accessible resources to equip those with little or no knowledge of Christianity with the cultural tools necessary to engage with significant areas of western culture.

Whether exploring history, archaeology, literature, art, architecture or music, the influence of Christianity played a key developmental role and has shaped much of what we consider the western cultural legacy. However, despite its importance, the teaching of Christian thought and heritage as background to key fields such as history or literature is becoming less and less common.

Universities and schools

From primary school pupils through to university students, accessible resources are required to help those learning about the results of Christian influence to comprehend the concepts and ideas that formed their basis.

This is where Christianity & Culture comes in! Our digital resources are designed with both student and teacher in mind, and draw upon solid academic research from recognised authorities.

Student Teacher

  • Short introduction-style articles by leading scholars
  • Pop-up glossary provides instant explanation of terminology
  • Multimedia (images, video and audio)
  • The web-style interface provides a familiar way of exploring content

  • Images can be saved for inclusion in hand-outs, or displayed full-size via projector
  • Glossary terms and bibliography entries* can be saved to PDF files for distribution amongst students

(* English Parish Church resource only)

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