James Riley Estep, Jr.
Academic Dean/Professor of Christian Education
Great Lakes Christian College
Faith-learning integration is an issue readily apparent for Christians in higher education. This article addresses the subject of faith-learning integration in the Bible college curriculum. Concerns over curriculum fragmentation in Christian higher education and its subsequent effects on the spiritual formation of students are examined. A paradigm for faith-learning based on Richard Niebuhr's Christ and
Culture (1951) are presented and applied to the curriculum so as to explain how integration can take place on a more significant and substantial level in the Bible college. Obstacles to faith-learning integration and opportunities for it will be itemized in light of the two principal concerns.
William R. Baker
Conference Registration & Subscription Manager
Joni Sullivan Baker
Director of Development and Communications
Conference Paper Coordinator & Copyeditor