Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by chrisjm18, Apr 20, 2019.
These are diametrically opposed concepts that cannot be reconciled.
Faith can be integrated into any field.
I meant "You and I are diametrically opposed." (Just kidding. )
I think faith is belief without proof. I think reason is belief because of proof. (Note that I came come down on neither side.)
Law should be one of the easier fields to integrate religion, even if it's done disingenuously. What would be hardest, in my opinion, would be the STEM fields. How does that even work?
Well, it's all relative. For us Christians, faith plays a role in how we approach every area of our lives, including our careers.
Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.
"A simple look at the classrooms at GCU reinforce the idea that the two can go hand in hand, whether by conscious partitioning or by seeking common ground."
At the Catholic school I taught for three years, we adopted STREAM (religion and arts).
Here's another article: https://northdalechristianacademy.org/promoting-stem-in-christian-schools/
In my opinion, it's a waste of time to try to reconcile the Bible and the theory of evolution or geological evidence on the age of the Earth. Looking for biblical references when you're balancing chemical equations is needless work. Trying to confirm a pre-existing work of art mixed with some history only biases the scientific process.
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