Explore resources for training, integrative thinking, podcasts and more to better integrate faith and learning in the classroom. Please check this page periodically as additional resources will continue to be added.
Theology Lived is our website where you’ll find resources valuable for training faculty and equipping students in the integration of faith and learning. See the IFLIPS section, which includes short training videos on how to do integration.
Christ Animated Learning is an interdisciplinary and interactive forum hosted by Christian Scholar’s Review that is focused on the relationship the Christian faith shares with practices of teaching and scholarship.
The Winsome Conviction Project was launched from a heartfelt concern for the toxic, polarized and simply unloving communication climate that is permeating our nation and penetrating the body of Christ. Through the generosity of donors who share our passion and concern, we have embarked on a 5-year effort of developing resources and providing workshops and events for churches and organizations who want to deepen convictions without dividing communities.
Table Talk is a colloquium usually led by one or two of our own faculty, though we often bring in outside speakers as well. We address topics of interest to faculty and model thoughtful integrative thinking about the topic in question. We host three talks each term and organize content into short series that run either one or two semesters.
For the academic terms 2021–22, our Table Talks are considering themes around a Christian vision for a liberal arts education and how it makes good and flourishing human beings.
You can view this series and past series on our Table Talks page at Theology Lived.