Robert A. Harris
Version Date: July 9, 2004
1. What are some factors that make integration of faith and learning a challenge? (221-222)
2. Why is the false distinction approach to integration unworkable or unrealistic? (223-224)
3. Define the compatibilist, transformationist, and reconstructionist approaches to integration. (224-227)
4. What advice would you give someone who uses only the compatibilist approach to faith-learning integration?
5. Discuss the integrative approaches for addressing conflict between disciplinary claim and Christian worldview. (230-235)
6. What does the fact that there is a variety of possible integrative outcomes tell you about both the process and the results of integration? (236-241)
7. Give an example of a direction that Christian scholarship might pursue in your own major. (241-244)
8. How has your learning of disciplinary knowledge contributed to your Christian worldview thus far? (244-245)
9. In which direction(s) do you find your own integrative techniques developing?
10. In what sense is faith-learning integration a two-way process? (244)