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This is part two of a five-part series on the perils and pitfalls of integrative thinking. A previous post considered “Hermit Crab Integration,” which uncritically adopts existing social structures and cultural artifacts. A related, but slightly different problem concerns this post. We call it “Christmas Tree Integration.” Christmas…

Cultivating an integrated faith is easier said than done. In the hopes of improving our skills, I have identified several failed models of integrating faith and learning. If you see yourself reflected in any of these failed models, don’t feel bad. Many of these have come to mind…

Girl looking at "Jesus Saves" billboard

An integrated faith is a faith that is at home in every aspect of human life. It is not confined to a Sunday morning timeslot, nor is it confined to a church building. It is not restricted to “spiritual” activities like bible study, prayer, and preaching, but also…

Rick Langer speaking

Rick Langer discusses the  biblical perspectives of marriage and how those translate into modern social policy—especially as related to same-sex marriage. He examines how the rise of personal choice, technology, and individual preferences have redefined the institution of marriage and its success. The talk concludes with a panel…