Faculty and Campus Minister Track

Faculty and Campus Minister Track Schedule

11:00 AM Seminar Session Part 1
12:15 PM Lunch featuring Soong-Chan Rah and Eric Mason
2:00 PM Seminar Session Part 2

The Integration of Faith and Learning: Faith’s Exciting Journey

This two part seminar will clearly explain the integration of faith and learning for both faculty and campus ministers. Originally given to faculty, clergy, and campus ministers of central Indiana through a series of Lilly grants, these seminars will feature a theoretical and a practical demonstration of faith’s exciting journey. The first seminar will discuss four theoretical positions that attempt to integrate faith and learning. They are: Positivism; the “Two Hats” position; Dualism; and the ” inner reformation of the sciences”. We will practically show in this seminar how one’s fundamental world view teaches “facts” in a dramatically different manner. The second seminar will focus on the practical side of Christian teaching. How does our faith make a difference in the manner, the structure, the content, and the goals of teaching? These are the questions that will occupy us in the second seminar. I can promise excitement and meaningful learning if one commits to both seminars.

About Robert A. Wauzzinski

Bob was part of the first full year staff of the CCO in 1972. He returned for a short stint in 1985. He received his M. Div. (cum laude) from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary and his Ph.D. in religion and economics from the University of Pittsburgh. He has taught for 25 years in class rooms ranging from those located in prisons to ones for doctoral students. He is an ordained Presbyterian minister (PCUSA) and a Parish Associate at First Presbyterian Church in Muncie, Indiana. He is the author of four books and numerous refereed journal articles. He has taught in Eastern and Western Europe, Hong Kong, Africa, and Canada. He was an award winner for his book on the philosophy of technology and has raised over $82,000 in grants and gifts to write his books. His passion and calling is teaching for Christ and the coming kingdom.


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