Katherine Loop

Master Books / Christian Perspective

Katherine Loop (now Katherine Hannon) is a homeschool graduate and the author of various resources, including Principles of Mathematics, a biblical worldview junior high math program published by Master Books. Understanding the biblical worldview in math made a tremendous difference in her life, and she’s been researching, writing, and speaking on math, as well as other topics for over a decade now. Her heart is to point people to “seek the Lord, and His strength” (Psalm 104:4) in everything.

Katherine recently married her gift from God, Dr. Adam Floyd Hannon (who shares her love for God and math, being a physicist and data scientist), and moved to Georgia. She operates Christian Perspective, an online ministry she started back in 2003, and is working on developing more math materials. On a personal level, she loves baking (or perhaps experimenting in the kitchen?), reading, learning, ministering in various capacities, and spending time with family and friends.

 Katherine Loop

Workshops from Katherine Loop ( may vary by event location )

Math from a Biblical Worldview?

We see God’s hand in science and history, but what about in math? While most of us have come to look upon math as “neutral,” it’s not! Worldviews do matter in math—and there’s much more to looking at math from a biblical worldview than adding a scripture or Bible word problem to the lesson. Come discover biblical principles that make math come alive and give math meaning, helping children really understand what they’re learning. Find out how “neutral” presentations are really not neutral. Leave equipped to begin looking at and teaching math from a new perspective!

Revealing Arithmetic from a Biblical Worldview

How can counting, addition, multiplication, fractions, exponents, and other concepts in arithmetic be taught in such a way that children learn to see and use them as a God-given tool—and worship the Lord in math? In this workshop, Katherine will explore several arithmetic concepts, offering ideas and inspiration to help you transform your math class.

Christ at the Center of Every Subject…Including Math!

There’s not a subject in which Christ cannot be our focus. Come be equipped and encouraged to keep your entire school day centered around the Lord and to teach your children to “Seek the LORD and his strength; seek his presence continually!” (Psalm 105:4 esv). Teach them not only the academics, but also the lifelong habit of running to Christ.