Aims & Scope
The aim of the Journal of Biblical Foundations of Faith and Learning (JBFFL) is to disseminate best practices of delivering a biblical foundation across all academic domains represented in higher education. The contributors and authors of this journal on biblical foundations are a community of scholars, educators and researchers serving as professors at Southern Adventist University. Articles featured in this journal focus on the most effective and sustainable practices in creating and fostering the emphasis on the Christian biblical worldview across the academic environments of universities around the globe. Some papers are philosophical in nature; others are based on evidence-based practices, and as presented are intended to uphold and explore the fundamental issue in the discussion of the relationship between faith and learning in the question of foundational authority. Such authority provides one’s worldview which makes possible a cohesive understanding of the world in which we live. How do we know what we know, and what foundation provides the lens through which we understand the world? The pages of this journal will speak against rationalism, empiricism, existentialism, and any other form of humanism that makes some aspect of humankind the foundation and measure of all things as that role should be reserved for God and His word alone.