Sea Slugs and Scorpions: the Art and Science of Christian Education


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In church and the outdoors, texts were central to guiding our experience, but transformation always occurred through direct engagement with nature and with God in the present.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://biologos.org/blogs/chris-stump-equipping-educators/sea-slugs-and-scorpions-the-art-science-of-christian-education

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I remember you very well–welcome back!


(Mark Sprinkle) #3

Thanks, Beaglelady! It’s been a while since I’ve been active in these conversations other than locally, and this is my first post on the new website. I also just found out that it was posted this week, so I’m a little behind in the response–not that it’s stirred up a hornet’s nest, exactly! Maybe that’s a good sign of the state of dialogue. In any case, I’m glad to see there are still long-time participants as well as new ones on the Forum.


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I know that this is not exactly on the same track as the threads of this article - but at times I wonder how the more open and flipped classroom methodologies may really help to aid a different process of studying, discovering and learning about our world, its creation and sustaining.

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