Published March 2004
by Marquette University Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Richard J. Fehring (Editor), Theresa Notare (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||350|
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Integrating Faith and Science Through Natural Family Planning. Milwaukee: Marquette University Press. Notare, T. “Sex, What Do Women (and Men) Really Want.” Respect Life Program. Washington, D.C.: Secretariat for Pro-Life Activities, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. Fehring, Richard J. & Notare, Theresa. Eds. In dealing with science education and faith issues, integration can be defined as putting them together into a synthetic whole under a Biblical umbrella. Because the study of science and origins is multidisciplinary in nature, this suggested process of integration allows for the blending together of ideas from many different scientific disciplines. I have read and referred to the Kippley's previous book, The Art of Natural Family Planning, for years. I was thrilled to first sample, then recently purchase this in eBook format. It is my hope their other classics on the marriage covenant, ecological breastfeeding and Catholic motherhood are offered in eBook format s: Natural Family Planning is the answer. Natural family planning—whether eco-breastfeeding or systematic NFP—is the answer, spiritually and physically. Safe, healthy, effective, and morally right, it is the best form of conception regulation when it is properly taught and used. Unlike unnatural forms of birth control, NFP has no bad side effects.
Catholic natural family planning is a wonderful way to practice family planning while honoring your spouse, your body, and God. Check it out! This article is one of several about Christian sex and marriage. There is also a broader section on Catholic morality. Also check our home page for more articles about the Catholic faith! As Christian educators, we need to be savvy about integrating faith, learning, and best practice. Three current, widespread, and highly regarded practices and developments in education can pave the way for teachers to incorporate a Christian worldview into all of the content areas in a way that makes an impact on the spiritual growth of students. Contents: Integrating faith and science through natural family planning: forward and overview to the proceedings / Richard J. Fehring, Theresa Notare -- Integrating faith & science through NFP / Daniel Buechlein -- NFP and marital spirituality / John Grabowski -- A feminist perspective of NFP and contraception / Theresa Wagner -- The future of. Integrating Faith and Science When two TEDxUCDavis talk organizers approached Bryan Enderle (a part-time InterVarsity staff and UC Davis Chemistry professor) and asked if he would be interested in presenting at this independently organized TED event, Bryan told the organizers that he wasn’t sure what he would speak on.