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Basic assumptions about education guide every instructor. These assumptions include the goals of education and the means to achieve these goals. Based on these assumptions, the instructor develops course objectives and chooses instructional methods to accomplish these objectives. This document discloses instructional assumptions for use at a Baptist University.
  • A Baptist University is a type of Christian University.
  • Goal of a Christian University education: The progressive restoration of the image of God that was marred by our first parents’ fall into sin.
  • Means of achieving this goal: A Christian liberal arts education.
  • The liberal arts: Academic disciplines inseparably bound to fundamental questions about reality. Consequently, students of the liberal arts learn specific content, and they learn how to learn. In other words, they develop the ability to think critically, or ask appropriate questions.
  • A liberal arts education stands in contrast with indoctrination.
  • First point of contrast: A liberal arts education requires the fair presentation of all sides of an issue. A fair presentation is one that is made from the point of view of one who holds the position and in a way that is deemed satisfactory by one who holds that position.
  • Second point of contrast: A liberal arts education, particularly a Christian liberal arts education, recognizes (more…)
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