The challenges of communicating a Christian worldview in higher education are considerable. Many faculty passionately believe in the call to integrate faith and learning, yet they find it difficult to know whether they are actually doing it, and, more importantly, whether they have succeeded. As an indication of how difficult it can be, authors Walsh and Middleton (1984, p. 105), in The Transforming Vision: Shaping a Christian Worldview, ask just how is our worldview transformed? If our worldview determines the way we interpret the very agents of transformation, how do we break free from the hermeneutical circle? Their answer is, “Usually we don’t. It sometimes takes a worldview crisis.”
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