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Biblical Foundations (formerly Integration of Faith and Learning): Definition

Integration of Faith & Learning

Definition - Humberto M. Rasi

Biblical Foundations, the integration of faith and values with teaching and learning, is a deliberate and systematic process of approaching the entire educational enterprise—both curricular and co-curricular—from a Christian perspective. In a Seventh-day Adventist setting, its aim is to ensure that, by the time students complete their studies, they will have freely internalized beliefs and values and a view of knowledge, life, and destiny that is Bible-based, Christ-centered, service-oriented, and kingdom-directed. 

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