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There is nothing imaginable that is irrelevant to Him or to which He is irrelevant. There is no quarter of human learning in which He is not the central figure. Without Him, humans will never make full sense of either their world or themselves. In the end He is the key to all we can know Luke , and nothing can be fully grasped without reference to Him Litfin, The goal of Christian education, rightly understood for the past 2, years, has been the integration of faith and knowledge. Thus, the genesis for thinking, learning, and teaching is our reverence before God Almighty, maker of heaven and earth.
Learning shaped and formed by faith results in living that is shaped and formed by faith. The integration of faith and learning forms the foundation of Christian higher education and shapes its purpose and goals. At the heart of the academy is the role faculty play in shaping hearts and minds of students. The spiritual battle for the hearts and minds of our students will be fought and won in the classroom led by an intentional Christian faculty member. LC must make a commitment to train and equip faculty in integrating a Christian worldview into the instruction and curriculum base of the institution.
Scholarship without devotion reduces itself to an attempt to jockey for position in the academic community rather than offering it as a form of worship to Christ. Every faculty hire that adheres to and teaches from a Christian worldview is a stepping stone toward a great Christian college Duduit, From the classroom to the athletic arena, LC must constantly pursue excellence for the glory of God and the expansion of His Kingdom.
Again, the Great Commandment model provides the framework for spiritual, intellectual and personal growth in the Christian higher education context. The overarching purpose of a Christian college is to educate and prepare students for their God appointed vocations, enabled and equipped with competencies to think Christianly and to perform successfully in the world, and equipped to be servant leaders who impact the world as change agents based on a comprehensive Christian worldview and life view.
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LC should place a priority on producing learners, leaders, and servants equipped to engage the marketplace with the required skillset for career development enabled by a Christian worldview and Kingdom growth perspective that interact with and challenge the pervading post-Christian culture with the truth of the Gospel of Christ. Reaching this vision will call the college to recommit itself to integrating faith and learning guided by a community of Christian scholars who combine both scholarship and Christian commitment in fresh ways.
Millennials, 21 st Century students, see knowledge as process-driven as opposed to the former product-driven paradigm. LC must create an academic environment where students are challenged to think critically , learn continuously, and serve creatively. They are going on for advanced degrees and aim to become professionals in every walk of life.
Such students tend to approach their studies with a sense of mission and the core qualities essential to maturity of intellect, character, and Christian faith. Christian liberal arts are not primarily job training, but are career and life preparation. In helping to build moral character, this addresses far more than job preparation.
An important tenet taught at a Christian college is the purpose and meaning of work. If one thing is worse than reducing education to job training, it is reducing work to earning money. LC should prepare students to be world changers through an integrated experience of intellectual challenge, spiritual growth, and leadership development. Perhaps our vision should be to c all students to Christian character, e xpect academic excellence, e quip them for vocational success, m entor them in leadership, and p repare them for service.
There is no room for anti-intellectualism in Christian higher education. We are to have the mind of Christ, and this requires us to think and wrestle with the challenging ideas of history and the issues of our day. If any institution is going to demonstrate the integration of faith and learning, it will be our Christian universities.
A Christian worldview is needed to confront an ever-changing culture. Instead of allowing our thoughts to be captive to culture, we must challenge faculty, staff, and students to take every thought captive to Jesus Christ 2 Cor. Thus, we must recognize the sovereignty of the triune God over the whole cosmos, in all spheres and kingdoms, visible and invisible. It is imperative that we move from thoughtless consumption of modern culture to the vantage point of thoughtful engagement. We must pay attention to every sphere of human life where God is either glorified or despised.
Our hope and prayer should be that Christian young people will choose careers and professions that will place them in the culture-shaping venues of our world.