Over the last generation the phrase'integration of faith and learning'has come to describe how many Christian colleges and universities understand the way all forms of learning fall under the lordship of Jesus Christ. With its origins in the philosophical and theological insights of the Reformed tradition, this phrase has expanded its influence to institutions nurtured by numerous Christian traditions. This volume draws tgether prominent voices who are beginning to reflect upon Christian higher education as it may exist beyond the influence of the integration model. The book is organized by areas historically considered to make up the core of an undergraduate general education curriculum--the natural sciences, the social sciences, the behavorial sciences, and the liberal arts. Cntributors include scholars who have emerged as seminal voices in their fields and have wrestled with some of the larger questions facing the Christian academy.