Bibliography for the Integration of Faith and Learning
and the Development of a Christian World View

 

Nyack College has had a policy of requiring a faith/learning integration paper of all faculty seeking tenure. In order to aid those candidates seeking to fulfill this requirement, a bibliography was assembled of relevant categories and items in 1997.  The basic categories and entries utilized were taken from Brian J. Walsh and J. Richard Middleton, “A Bibliography We Can’t Live Without,” in The Transforming Vision: Shaping a Christian World View (Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 1984, pages 203-214).Use was also made of an updated form of their bibliography in James Sire, Discipleship of the Mind (Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 1990).This bibliography has been subsequently expanded by the addition of further entries and categories and is offered here with the hope that it will be useful for anyone attempting to work out the relationship between the teachings of the Christian faith and the truths of general learning.

 

Prepared by Dr. Donal Nilsson

Chair, School of Christian Studies; Head, Department of Bible
Summer 1997

 

Updated and Formatted by Dori Lynn Nason

Assistant Director of the Library and, Head of Reference Services
Spring 2000


 

Table of Contents

Note:  This book symbol (&) indicates materials located in the Bailey Library at Nyack College

 

World Views and Cultural Analysis

What are World Views?

Distinctives of a Christian World View

Educational and Spiritual Formation

Analysis of American and Western Culture

Comparison of World Views, their Significance

Natural and Applied Sciences

General / Foundational Christian Perspective

Biology and the Evolution Debate

Geography and Environmental Studies

Physical Sciences

Mathematics

Technology Studies

Medicine and Health Care

Food and Agriculture

The Humanities and Social Sciences

Foundational Christian Perspectives

Philosophy

Religion, Biblical and Theological Studies

Ethics

History

Psychology

Sociology

Economics and Commerce

Political Studies

Art and Aesthetics

Media Studies and Communications

Literature and Language

Education

Higher Education

Law and Criminology
Work and Leisure