Dr Richard Edlin

Dr Belinda Leto

Lecturer

Richard is a lecturer for the National Institute for Christian Education and an adjunct lecturer for Alphacrucis College. 

Qualifications

PhD (Hon) (Kosin University) 2007

EdD (University of Alabama) 1998

MA (Otago University) 1978

GradDipArts (Otago University) 1974

BA (Otago University) 1973

DipTeach (NZ Ministry of Education) 1977

Teachers College Diploma (Christchurch College of Education) 1975

Book

  • 2019
    • Edlin, R. J.(2019). Sally and Sam Go to Christian School. Edserv International.
  • 2016
    • Edlin, R. J.(2016). Thinking About Schooling – Christians Considering Schooling Options for their Children. Edserv International: Warrawong, Australia.
  • 2015
    • Edlin, R. J.(2015). Christian schools are Good News for Society at large. .
  • 2014
    • Edlin, R. J.(2014). The Cause of Christian Education (4th edition). Dordt College Press: Sioux Center, IO.
  • 1999
    • Edlin, R. J.(1999). The cause of Christian education (3rd edition). ACSI: Colorado Springs, USA.
  • 1997
    • Edlin, R. J.(1997). The cause of Christian education (2nd edition). AL Vision Press: Tuscaloosa, USA.
  • 1994
    • Edlin, R. J.(1994). The cause of Christian education. AL Vision Press: Tuscaloosa, USA.

Book Chapter

  • 2017
    • Edlin, R. J.(2017). Imagination and its place in the Christian school In K. Goodlet, J. Collier, & T. George (Eds.), Better learning: Trajectories for educators in Christian schools (pp. 206-219). NTC Publishing: Canberra, Australia.
    • Edlin, R. J.(2017). Religion, secularism, and Australian education In K. Goodlet, J. Collier, & T. George (Eds.), Better learning: Trajectories for educators in Christian schools (pp. ). NTC Publishing: Canberra, Australia.
  • 2014
    • Edlin, R. J.(2014). Foundations of Education and Understanding 21st Century Youth In Delphine, A. M.(Ed.), Empowering Youth in Higher Education to Combat Social Iniquities (pp. ). St Justin's College: Maduarai, India.
    • Edlin, R. J.(2014). Teacher Training and Professional development In Goodlet, K., & Collier. J. (Eds.), Teaching well – Insights for educators in Christian schools (pp. ). Barton Books: Canberra, Australia.
  • 2009
    • Edlin, R. J.(2009). Christian Academia and the relevance of a Christian university In , Proceedings of the Foundations of Christian Higher Education Conference (pp. 127-143). Foundations of Christian Higher Education Conference: Handong, Korea.
  • 2006
    • Edlin, R. J.(2006). What’s with this “reformed” idea in Christian education? In R. Edlin & J. Ireland (Eds.), Engaging the culture: Christians at work in education (pp. 1-6). National Institute for Christian Education: Blacktown, NSW, Australia.
    • Edlin, R. J.(2006). Inhabiting the mindfield: Why we think the way we do and what to do about it. In R. Edlin & J. Ireland (Eds.), Engaging the culture: Christians at work in education (pp. 53-74). National Institute for Christian Education: Blacktown, NSW, Australia.
    • Edlin, R. J.(2006). In pursuit of an authentic Christian paradigm: The place of reformed critical realism In R. Edlin & J. Ireland (Eds.), Engaging the culture: Christians at work in education (pp. 91-108). National Institute for Christian Education: Blacktown, NSW, Australia.
  • 2004
    • Edlin, R. J.(2004). Postmodernism and education: A step further In J. Ireland, R. Edlin & K. Dickens (Eds.), Pointing the Way: Christian Education for a New Millenium (pp. 201-208). National Institute for Christian Education: Blacktown, NSW, Australia.
    • Edlin, R. J.(2004). Why Christian schools? In J. Ireland, R. Edlin & K. Dickens (Eds.), Pointing the Way: Christian Education for a New Millenium (pp. 1-16). National Institute for Christian Education: Blacktown, NSW, Australia.
  • 2003
    • Edlin, R. J.(2003). Beliefs and core values of a Christian philosophy of education In J. Layman, Foundations of Christian Education (pp. ). ACSI: Colorado Springs.
  • 1998
    • Edlin, R. J.(1998). A framework for culturally sensitive curriculum In J.M. Bowers (Ed), Raising Resilient MKs (pp. 260-63). Association of Christian Schools International: Colorado Springs.
    • Edlin, R. J.(1998). The Christian school in a missions context In J.M. Bowers (Ed), Raising Resilient MKs (pp. 249-59). Association of Christian Schools International: Colorado Springs.

Journal Article

  • 2012
    • Edlin, R. J.(2012). Christianity and Worldview. Worldview Magazine, August.
  • 2011
    • Edlin, R. J.(2011). Is Cultural Engagement Biblical?. IAPCHE Academic Insert, March.
  • 2009
    • Edlin, R. J.(2009). Keeping the faith: The Christian scholar in the academy in a postmodern world.. Christian Higher Education, Vol. 8, No. 3 203-224.
    • Edlin, R. J.(2009). Towards a Christian Schools Typology. Journal of Christian Education, Vol. 50, No. 2 55-67.
  • 2008
    • Edlin, R. J.(2008). Making Professional Development Work. Christian School Education, Vol. 11, No. 3.
    • Edlin, R. J.(2008). Common Catchcries and Education. NICE Newsletter, .
    • Edlin, R. J.(2008). The Myth about Faith Based Schools. Christian Teachers' Journal, Vol. 16, No. 2.
    • Edlin, R. J.(2008). Ideology and the New Scientist. Access Magazine, .
    • Edlin, R. J.(2008). Christian Education and Worldview. International Christian Community of Teacher Educators Journal, Vol. 3, No. 2.
  • 2007
    • Edlin, R. J.(2007). Christian Education and Worldview. Christian Teachers' Journal, Vol. 15, No. 3 28-31.
  • 2005
    • Edlin, R. J.(2005). Fishing for the main game. Christian Teachers' Journal, Vol. 13, No. 4 22-23.
  • 2002
    • Edlin, R. J.(2002). Can teachers change?. ACSI World Report, Spring 1-4.
  • 1989
    • Edlin, R. J.(1989). Bulletin Series on Christian Education. , .

Presentations

Academic Conference

  • 2013
    • Our utmost for his highest – Faculty and the Christian University (2013), The 6th International Conference on Christian Higher education and Scholarship, Gyenogju, Korea, 25 Jun 2013

Scholarship Publications

Popular Article

  • 2008

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