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7Study Guide: Session 8 Name:  Readings Covered:  Transforming Vision , chapter 10 and  Why College Matters to God chapter 6 1. What do Walsh and Middleton point to as the cause of our cultural brokenness in  chapter 10?  2. Given how connected and complex human problems are, why does the Christian  response need to be a witness rather than a blueprint Because as the authors say “a Christian cultuaral witness in longterm and a blueprint is  short term”. (TF pg 151) Blueprints are static and un-organic but a witness is organic  and dynamic. 3. In  Why College Matters to God , Ostrander gives an example of what integration of  faith and learning  isn’t.  What is the example he gives and which of the three threats  do you see evidenced in this story? How? (dualism, secularism, anti-intellectualism) The example he gives is the students having a personal relationship with the proffesors 4. Reflection Question: Think of a non-Bible course you are presently taking and explain how biblical faith is or is not integrated in the class. If faith is not integrated, suggest  one way you think it could be integrated.
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5. Walsh and Middleton give examples of renouncing idols, especially those 
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