Nearly twenty members of the Sterling College faculty met in late November for the first monthly Faculty Lunchtime Worldview Discussion. Tom Bronleewe, professor in the Theology and Ministry Department, presented on the topic of worldviews in the American culture.
Chaplain Anne Smith organized this discussion group to continue the dialogue begun at the faculty retreat prior to the beginning of the academic year. Sterling College’s commitment to a Christ-centered education impacts the coursework of all academic departments. In the monthly Lunchtime Worldview Discussions, faculty members will listen to presentations regarding a Christian worldview and share the methods they use in their individual classrooms for its integration with their subject matter.
At this first meeting, Tom Bronleewe introduced his topic as the last few faculty members entered Chandler Boardroom bearing lunch trays. “I’m going to share with you some of what I teach the senior-level Philosophy of Faith and Life class.” He continued with Christian philosopher J.P. Moreland’s characteristics of an Empty