Steve Mittwede

Rejecting Disciplinary Insularity and Irrelation

Thursday, June 25 | 11:30-12:15pm Math & Science Session Recording It may seem normal that, with increasing specialization in our world, particular academic disciplines tend to stand alone, becoming insular and standing in irrelation to other subjects.  Christian educators must not only resist such a trend, but also commit to seek out, delight in, and communicate the connectedness, compatibility, and coherency of all true knowledge. … Read More »Rejecting Disciplinary Insularity and Irrelation

A Survey of Oft-Neglected Limiting Factors in Scientific Inquiry and Instruction

Thursday, June 25 | 2:30-3:15pm Math & Science Session Recording Not surprisingly perhaps, many instructors at Christian schools teach in the way they were taught—whether at the high-school, undergraduate, or graduate level—and in many cases their teaching is thus tainted with scientism. Instruction at Christian schools, however, should be infused fully with a Christian worldview, key elements of which are sin, logical disciplinary scope, and… Read More »A Survey of Oft-Neglected Limiting Factors in Scientific Inquiry and Instruction