The attempts in the academy to integrate faith and learning must begin by clarifying the assumptions behind the Christian worldview they are trying to shape. Encouraging students to think Christianly about a subject requires educational approaches that raise consciousness of an array of influences and processes by which a person determines a biblical principle. This article offers a message for educators based on I Corinthians 3, in which Paul insists that all things are God’s, so we should reflect on the underlying philosophy that governs our reflections on teaching and teaching objectives.
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