“The above considerations should necessitate the student’s refusing to place himself under the tutelage of unsaved instructors unnecessarily. Education is inherently religious; thus, a teacher’s religious views inevitably influence what he teaches. Though some areas of study are less subject to philosophic manipulation than others, none is completely immune (I Cor. 2:6-16; II Cor. 10:5). Consequently, a Christian young person should, whenever possible, seek training by Christian instructors in a Christian school.”
-James Deuink, “Charting the Course,” 2003.