about the teacher
Edward Straka has spent most of his adult life in education having taught on both sides of the Pacific (Japan) at the collegiate level (English, Philosophy, World Religions, Asian Studies) as well as the high school level in the areas of World History, US History, World View, Economics and US Government. Mr. Straka has pastored churches in Wisconsin and Mississippi and taught Japanese at Honda of America, and Piqua Community College in Ohio. He has written both historical fiction and futuristic dystopian fiction with a bio-ethical slant as well as nonfiction social theory books available on Amazon. He has lived in Japan & Hong Kong and traveled extensively throughout South East Asia and East Asia as well as the Caribbean Sea tracing the sea routes of Columbus, Sir Francis Drake, and Captain Henry Morgan. Currently, Mr. Straka teaches Apologetics, Humanities, and Theology at a Classical Christian school and will be going full-time for Kepler Education in the Fall of 2020.
The position we must embrace regarding Christian education is the understanding that man, first and foremost is God’s vice-regent/steward on earth (Gen.1:26-28). A being created with a specific purpose by God to take dominion in a lawful manner …