A Program for Persistent Integration of Faith and Learning Online Norris John Mark Author
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Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia has expanded since 1971 to become the largest Christian university in the world. Liberty will be used in this book as a contemporary example of a Christian university that has maintained its Christian commitment. Liberty will be contrasted with numerous Christian colleges and universities that had similar missions but have eventually lost their religious affiliations and their Christian-oriented focus. This book will explore how and why other universities have drifted from their original religious affiliations and doctrines. The reasons and processes will be examined and used to develop a program for online Christian education that minimizes the risk of a drift toward secularism, establishes a method for integrating faith and learning in an online environment, and encourages students to develop a life-long commitment to their Christian university.

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