The Ideals and Diversity of Church‐Related Higher Education
Based on the fact that a majority of college and university students want their professors to help them make meaning with their lives, Rice argues that faculty roles must be redefined to include more than merely disciplinary expertise. He suggests that the postmodern turn away from positivism makes this change both necessary and possible, and that it allows spirituality and religion to enter into the learning process. This new conception of learning calls for courage on the part of faculty because it is more self‐revelatory, and it also will require the development of clear professional boundaries that define what is and is not appropriate.
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