Twenty-One Methods of Biblical Faith-Learning Integration

  • Robert H. Roller


This paper examines twenty-one methods of biblical faith-learning integration with the goal of providing faculty members with ways to mentor and disciple their students in biblical faith-learning integration. The paper begins with a look at the need for biblical faith-learning integration and examines some of the challenges. Key propositions are delineated, relying on Chewning (2001). The paper then sets forth twenty-one methods of biblical faith-learning integration, categorized by the extent and intentionality of the integration as natural, intentional, or strategic and by the focus of the integration as professor-, classroom-, program-, or student-centered.