In Christian academic circles, we talk about the integration of our faith and learning. That is, we seek to discover and develop connections between our Christian faith and our particular discipline. This is notoriously difficult when the discipline is mathematics. I have found that asking myself these three questions has helped me to integrate my Christian faith with mathematics, although they could be applied to any discipline: (1) How does the fact that I am a Christian affect the way I view mathematics? (2) How does the fact that I am a mathematician affect the way I view Christianity? (3) What do Christianity and mathematics have in common?
Bialek, Paul, "What Mathematical Paradoxes Teach Us about Paradoxes in Christianity" (2001). ACMS Conference Proceedings 2001. 6.
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