Harry Blamires mentioned in his book The Christian Mind the idea that "A prime mark of the Christian mind is that it cultivates the eternal perspective" (p. 67). What does this really look like from the perspective of a professor and how do we communicate this to our students? It must be more than slapping a Bible verse on a syllabus or quoting Scripture throughout class. How do you cultivate an eternal perspective in your teaching? For the students who may be reading this, what methods have been most effective for you as a student learning about communication, business, government, etc. and this idea of cultivating an eternal perspective? What do you think?