Pdf/E–pub The Pattern of God's Truth

  • Paperback
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  • The Pattern of God's Truth
  • Frank E. Gaebelein
  • English
  • 20 December 2018
  • 9780884691709

Frank E. Gaebelein Ê 5 review

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Regarding integration of faith and learning Frank Gaebelein noted both the pitfalls of lack of primacy of place for God s word in many Christian colleges and the pitfall of trying to determine the truth from the point of revelation alone There are three approaches to determining the truth from the point of view of revelation alone from the point of view of revelation plus reason and from the point of view of reason only He commends only the approach of revelation plus reason Gaebelein s works seems to me to be an early effort to address the anti intellectualism and lack of excellence in Christian intellectual level and works especially among Protestants that was later addressed in works such as The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind by Mark Noll and Fit Bodies Fat Minds by Os Guinness Gaebelein seems to share a similar concern to Alcuin in the Middle Ages Both exerted their life s labor it seems to forwarding the gospel through advancing a robust Christian pedagogy One thing I appreciate about Gaebelein s writing is his appreciative culling of and employment of fine uotes from his obviously extensive life long reading and study practices His uotation of Justin Martyr then is fitting given his practice All that has been well said belongs to us Christians I read Gaebelein s book The Christian the Arts and Truth Regaining the Vision of Greatness in my youth not long after college and have revisited the book a number of time through out the years It is due to a fondness for this book that I obtained and read the book under review as well Through Gaebelein I came to read many novels by Shusaku Endo and Francois Mauriac and to explore certain works of classical music He affected the formation of my thoughts about Christianity and the arts and his words still resonate when I read them This book in some ways is thin than The Christian the Arts and Truth There are some practical considerations for administering a Christian school and maintaining and growing a Christian identity It depends mainly on attracting and gathering together truly Christian faculty and urging their integration of faith into every college subject In chapter three Gaebelein has some interesting reflections on mathematics and music in relation to the Christian faith He especially draws on Pascal and ends with a fine uote from Chateaubriand about Pascal s accomplishments both in science and mathematics and in philosophy and religion Gaebelein consistently and urgently calls for Christian education to lead the way to higher things He notes how an analogy can be drawn between how geometry despite its precise definition of self evident truths can never of itself verify these truths for the simple reason that it is based on things that are at bottom unverifiable All these truthscannot be proved However since the uality which makes them incapable of proof is not their obscurity but rather their extreme obviousness that lack of proof is not a defect but rather a mark of excellence From this we 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