Wolterstorff puts forward a proposal for a distinctly Christian approach to education, one that expands the teaching-learning process within the context of the covenant faith community. He challenges Christian scholars to think seriously about how to integrate faith, reason, science, and philosophy together in how we approach educating ourselves and the next generation.
Expanding on his 1976 study of the bearing of Christian faith on the practice of scholarship, Wolterstorff has added a substantial new section on the role of faith in the decisions scholars make about their choice of subject matter.
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A clear and stimulating starting point for reflection on the intellectual integrity of scholarship informed by Christian faith.
—Faith and Philosophy
A marvelous essay that pulls faith and reason together
This timely book will serve well the recently renewed concern for a more penetrating integration of faith and learning
—Christian Scholar's Review
Nicholas Wolterstorff is Noah Porter Professor Emeritus of Philosophical Theology at Yale University. Before going to Yale he was professor of philosophy at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan for thirty years. Among is other books are Art in Action and Lament for a Son.