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    Attitude Determines Altitude Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Victor S. Griffiths shares insights on how a teacher's attitude influences the student's altitude. A positive outlook not only affects student performance, but also student perceptions of eternity. Attitude shapes how teachers see world, how they see themselves,...

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    Carl Roger's View of Personal Wholeness - An Evaluation and Critique from a Christian Perspective Tertiary-Lifelong
    Lamberton identifies and compares Christianity and humanistic psychology, which are "two conceptions of meaning that have been especially influential in contemporary culture." This paper was presented at the 10th Institute of Christian Teaching.

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    Faith - A Comparison of Humanistic and Biblical Definitions in Relation to Christian Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    God is calling Seventh-day Adventists to think biblically rather than humanistically. God is looking not only for conversions of the heart, but also conversions of the mind. He would like us to be transformed by the renewing of our minds (Romans 12:2). This...

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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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    The Big Difference - The Case for Christian Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article outlines three major categories in which significant differences exist between Adventist schools and public schools. These categories are goals and objectives, philosophy, and methodology.

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    Why Do Different Scientists Interpret Reality Differently? Grade 9-Tertiary
    Following an introduction to a mini-series on Faith and Science, this article considers the impact of contrasting worldviews (theism, naturalism, pantheism, Biblical Christianity and Secular Humanism) on scientists interpretation of research.