Biblical integration

  • “Resources for integrating faith and mathematics”

  • by Mark Greene, The London Institute for Contemporary Christianity
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  • By Mrs. Petricia Ganguly, St. Paul’s School, Gorakhpur U.P., India

    God has made all things for a purpose. Now let’s see few examples from biology—the living science.

    1. Our body is made up of cells. Different cells have different functions in our body, as well as in plant bodies.
    2. Red blood cells carry oxygen to all parts of the body. They do not have a nucleus, mitochondria and endoplasmic reticulum so they can adopt the optimum shape for absorption of oxygen.
  • By Robert Haraway III at LeadershipU

    Whoever trusts in nothing but the material not only doesn’t trust in the universal witness of the church, but also doesn’t trust in calculus, upon which modern technology is based, and on which mathematicians and physicists the world around take for granted.
  • “…is concerned with current educational thinking from a Christian perspective”

  • "Our goal: Christians inspired and equipped to shape social and political life according to biblical principles"

  • by Dr. Dennis M. Mills

  • Exploring or learning about anything in God’s world without considering God’s revelation of His plans and purposes for His creation is foolishness. But of course, you know that the Bible, God’s word, is important. Obviously, anything that claims to be Christ-centered must be Bible-based or it is merely the figment of our imagination. But what exactly is the role of the Bible in education? Why do many students struggle to see the relevance of the Bible? Why do many teachers find transformational interactions with their students so much easier outside the classroom, rather than in the midst of studying the details of what God has made, where Romans 1:19-20 says His power and nature are clearly seen?

  • Kuyers Mathematics is…a fresh approach to mathematics, designed to be both interesting and applicable to the world we live in. It integrates a Christian approach, using mathematics to think about and better understand God, his creation, and our place and calling in the world.
  • "Promoting the Renaissance of Christian culture"

  • "Biblical integration: considered, explained & applied"

  • "Telling the Truth at the speed of life"

  • "Personal and professional reflections of an English teacher," Kim Essenburg

  • “…ancillary materials designed to assist the facilitating of a Christian perspective into introductory college-level psychology courses”

  • "Bringing God into the marketplace of ideas by communicating the Christian worldview with its transforming potential"

  • By Christian Overman and Don Johnson

    "Does a Biblical worldview shape a person's view of what is 'really real' about math?" This is a non-exhaustive list of ways that mathematics "connects" with the Biblical concepts of God, creation, mankind, moral order and purpose.
  • By James Nickel at Biblical Christian World View

    "In the late 1960s and early 1970s, Howard Eves (1911-2004), professor of mathematics at University of Maine, wrote a series of books entitled "In Mathematical Circles." He used the division of a circle into 360 degrees to write 360 short essays exposing the variegated beauties, history, people, humor, and applications of mathematics." James Nickel follows "the same structure with the goal of unveiling the vistas and power of mathematics as seen through Biblical Christian eyes."
  • By Dr. Calvin Jongsma, Professor of Mathematics at Dordt College

    "A Christian perspective on mathematics and mathematics education"