Faith, Learning and Worldview

Faith, Learning and Worldview

Below you will find a Bible verse followed by a related question. Please provide a thoughtful response to the question. Your entire post in response to the question must be at least 100 words. Post your response by 11:59 p.m. Eastern time on Thursday.

“The mind of the prudent acquires knowledge, and the ear of the wise seeks knowledge.” – Proverbs 18:15

In his book, Why College Matters to God, Ostrander reminds us of the importance of education if we are to act as agents of change in this world. How can we integrate faith and learning within the “three acts of the grand drama” (Creation, Fall and Redemption) that Ostrander uses to define a Christian worldview? Please provide specific examples to support your position.

Reflect on the following quote:

“Ultimately, faith and learning cannot be separated. All learning takes places on the foundation of one’s worldview. Worldview not only informs learning, but also it guides all learning”. *

How does your worldview influence your learning?

Respond to two classmates’ posts by 11:59 p.m. Eastern standard time on Sunday. See rubric below for appropriate response guidelines. Responses that simply read “I agree” or “Nice job” are not considered appropriate.

Grading Rubric for Discussion Forum: Integrating Faith and Learning

Possible Points

The student addresses the questions, “How can we integrate faith and learning within the “three acts of the grand drama” (Creation, Fall and Redemption) that Ostrander uses to define a Christian worldview?” and “How does your worldview influence your learning?”

10

The student uses minimum 100 words in initial posting.

20

The student responds to two classmates, and response furthers the discussion, e.g., asks a question, provides further information or examples, or introduces a different opinion (5 points/per posting).

10

Total

40 Points

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