Volume 1, Issue 1 (2016) JBFFL
History Highlights the Fundamental Limitations of Science
Kenneth E. Caviness, Ph.D.
The Great Controversy Paradigm for History: Scholarship and Teaching
Lisa Clark Diller, Ph.D.
Teaching Art History from a Biblical Foundation:Art History as a View into the Great Controversy
Giselle Sarli Hasel, M.F.A.
Building Biblically Founded Faith and Values through a Campus-Wide Healthy Lifestyle Project
Holly Gadd, Ph.D. and Lillian Tryon, D.N.P.
The Biblical Foundation for Social Workers as “Shepherds” Who Care for God’s Flock
Lorri Merchant, M.S.W.
Biblical Foundations for Nutrition and an Abundant Life
Elizabeth Snyder, M.A.
The Development of a Higher Education Biblical Foundation Course Design Model
Cynthia Gettys, Ph.D. and Elaine Plemons, M.A.
Biblical Foundations of Modern Social Work Values and Practice Competencies
Laura Racovita-Szilagyi, Ph.D., M.S.W and Mioara Diaconu, Ph.D., M.S.A., M.S.W.
The Purpose of Business: the Viewpoint of IMITATIO DEI (IMITATING GOD)
Michael E. Cafferky, D.B.A.