Integration 2

 

Lecture Note 1 – History

Lecture Note 2 – Hiebert’s Experience with Integration

Lecture Note 3 – Three Models of Integration

Lecture Note 4 – Problem Solving

Lecture Note 5 – Idealism

Lecture Note 6 – Is Science Relevant to Theology

Lecture Note 7 – Critiques of Kuhn

Lecture Note 8 – Laudin’s Model and Theology

Lecture Note 9 – A Christian Critique of Social Science Theory

 

Figure 1 – Attraction Ladder

Figure 2 – Levels of Mental Construction

Figure 3 – A Model of Mathematics

 

Student Paper 1 – Ingertson – Paradigms in Psychology and Theology

Student Paper 2

 

Bibliography 1 – Complementarity

Biblioraphy 2 – Models and the Positivistic Tradition

 

Reading 1 – Ingertson – The Relevance of Science to Theology

Reading 2 – Ingertson – Models in the Positivist Tradition

Reading 3 – Slotten – Exoteric and Esoteric Modes of Apprehension

Reading 4 – Lyon – Valuing in Social Science

Reading 5 – MacKenzie – Behaviorism and Positism

Reading 6 – Laudin – Progress and its Problems

Reading 7 – Malony – From Galileo to Whitehead

Reading 8 – Thomas – On the Uncertainty of Science

Reading 9 – Jastrow – Have Astronomers Found God

Reading 10 – Mangan – Piaget’s Theory and Cultural Differences

Reading 11 – Durham – Evil and God

Reading 12 – Foss – Does Don Juan Really Fly

Reading 13 – Solomon – Scientific Rationality and Human Reasoning

Reading 14 – Riegel – The Dialectics of Human Development

Reading 15 – Agassi – The Nature of Scientific Problems and Their Roots in Metaphysics

Reading 16 – Cole – The Integration of Psychology and Theology

Reading 17 – Theoretical Conceptinos of Culture-Personality Relations

Reading 18

 

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