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    A Biblical Epistemology for Adventist Scholarship Tertiary-Lifelong
    This paper introduces basic epistemological concepts, and "argues that Adventist scholarship not only needs to participate in epistemological studies, but should also develop a Biblical Epistemology as a general hermeneutical framework for disciplinary...

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    Abundant Life - Psychology from a Biblical Worldview Tertiary-Lifelong
    This book compiles a series of papers presented during the International Conference on Biblical Worldview of Psychology held at Montemorelos University in November 2012. It is a useful guide for professionals, teachers and university students who wish to delve...

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    Aims of education in the writings of Ellen White Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Problem: Ellen White's educational philosophy and its application to the aims of education have not been systematically or thoroughly addressed within the parameters and demands of a graduate thesis. The present dissertation explores the aims of education,...

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    An Adventist Learning Theory? A Case for a Christocentric Epistemology Based upon Imago Dei Tertiary-Lifelong
    An Adventist Learning Theory? Read Paul Brantley's presentation at the April 2001 International Conference on the Seventh-day Adventist Philosophy of Education.

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    Cradled Science: Examining the Cosmos in the Context of Faith Tertiary-Lifelong
    Del Ratzsch addresses the Christian's responsibility to be reflective, discerning, and appreciative when seeking to understand theories, limitations, and the basic character of science. In discussing concepts such as inductivism, falsificationism, post-empiricism,...

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    Epistemological Implications of a ‘Convergent Parallel Mixed Methods’ Research Design Tertiary-Lifelong New!!
    “The philosophy of an educational research project is important to reflect upon and declare, but can often be left unexplained. In order to address this area of thought, this study discusses the implications of the epistemological paradigm of a ‘convergent...

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    Epistemology of Faith and Learning - A Systems Approach Tertiary-Lifelong
    Uremovich develops a systems approach to Christian epistemology. He first looks at the classics of theology and "progressive" education. He continues by showing how the epistemological models are too reductionistic and simplistic to adequately explain...

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    Evaluating Information in Religious Communication: Information Literacy Applied in a Seminary Course on World Religions Tertiary-Lifelong
    In Library Science, a core pedagogical outcome in higher education is “information literacy.” One component of this competency is the ability to evaluate information. In applying this ability to Seminary education, specifically to student academic...

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    Faith-Science Issues - An Epistemological Perspective Tertiary-Lifelong
    Zinke does not argue against the use of reason and science, nor does it deny the validity of understanding the structure of our existence. But it does speak against rationalism, empiricism, existentialism, and any other form of humanism that makes some aspect...

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    How Do We Know What is True? Tertiary-Lifelong
    Using examples from paleontology and biology, Brand discusses how data, interpretations, hypotheses, and worldview are involved in the development of ideas, and how to evaluate them -- how to determine what ideas one can trust as truth.

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    Knowing Well in the Classroom - Epistemic Challenges and Competencies Preschool-Grade 12
    What is mastery in teaching? "What does it mean for a teacher to 'know well'?... This paper proposes that it is the seemingly “self-evident” nature of content knowledge that obscures a range of epistemic questions that could illuminate pedagogical...

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    Philosophies of Origins - An Introduction to the Evolutionism & Creationism Controversy Tertiary New!!
    In confronting creationism & evolutionism, it is not uncommon to come across the following assertions: (1) "Evolutionism is a scientifically (2) "Creationism corresponds to a literalistic and erroneous interpretation of the Bible"; (3)...

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    The Impact of Epistemology on Approaches to the Study of Organizational Culture - Some Examples from Information Systems Lifelong
    "Organizational culture has been increasingly studied as a tool for management and business. Because of its complexity, however, results have not been easily quantified or compared. This paper suggests that the design of the research may very much affect the result of the study, and that different designs may be more appropriate for specific situations, based on the research question under study.

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    The Meaning and Practice of the Integration of Faith and Learning Kindergarten-Grade 12
    The purpose of this study is to explore the distinctiveness of the Christian school, specifically as expressed in the phrase, "the integration of faith and learning (IFL)," and to investigate how experienced teachers understand this expression and...