Jeff Baldwin co-founded Worldview Academy, and serves as the ministry's research director. He served for four years as the humanities chair for Providence Classical School in Spring, Texas. He also served as the creative editor for Understanding the Times by David A. Noebel, and co-authored the Understanding the Times curriculum.
Jeff recently published a nine-week devotional about worldviews. He has also published a collection of essays, poems and short stories entitled The Twelve Trademarks of Great Literature, and an introduction to worldviews based on the stories of Frankenstein and Jekyll and Hyde entitled The Deadliest Monster.
Jeff also co-founded Worldview Academy’s premier educational website, TheGreatBooks.com. This site features discussion guides designed to help educators teach a classic work from the Christian perspective; works range from Homer’s Odyssey to John Milton’s Paradise Lost.
Jeff Baldwin served as the creative editor for Understanding the Times by David A. Noebel, and co-authored the Understanding the Times curriculum. He also co-authored The Summit Ministries Guide to Choosing a College with Dr. Ronald Nash, and published an introduction to worldviews entitled The Deadliest Monster. Jeff wrote the novel, Ian, a Christian allegory thematically based on John 15:13-15. His articles have appeared in Breakpoint, Teachers in Focus, The Teaching Home, Issues and Answers, and New Attitude.
Jeff’s articles have appeared in World, Teachers in Focus, and New Attitude, and have been broadcast on Charles Colson’s radio program, Breakpoint. Jeff and his wife, Linda, live in Canon City, Colorado.
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