The Integration of Faith and Science Learning
A major concern of Christian teachers is the integration of faith and learning, and the relationship between academic disciplines and Christian faith and behavior. One of our goals as teachers is to define and articulate an integrated relationship in the classroom. Unfortunately, with respect to the natural sciences, a well-balanced, mutually supportive relationship is often obscured by overly zealous Christians who feel that integration of faith and learning means either using aspects of science to support biblical truth, or defending the integrity of Scripture against perceived scientific attacks. In both cases there is a lack of scientific understanding.
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Cobern, William W., "The Integration of Faith and Science Learning" (1988). Scientific Literacy and Cultural Studies Project . 2.
Cobern, William W. "The Integration of Faith and Science Learning." Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith 40 (1988): 98-100. Electronic.