The scholastic debate about use and interpretation of the phrase “faith-learning integration” has spanned over fifty years. Glanzer (2008) proposed that this phrase be discarded and that scholars adopt the terminology “the creation and redemption of scholarship.” This concept is not new to Christian dialogue: it can be found in the writings of St. Augustine. However, there needs to be further clarification of Glanzer’s language in order to make it accessible to people of all faiths, backgrounds, and education levels. This paper will attempt to support both Glanzer’s proposal and a new direction for the discussion and encourage educators to adopt this new language as faith-based scholars.
Valance, Marie; Hollabaugh, Jaliene; and Truong, Thu
"St. Augustine's Learning for the Glory of God: Adapting "Faith-Learning Integration" Terminology for the Modern World,"
International Christian Community of Teacher Educators Journal: Vol. 4
, Article 5.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/icctej/vol4/iss2/5