Do you ever wrestle with the BIG questions: why am I here (teaching at THIS school)? What is my rationale? Why do I send my kids here? What do I want my kids and my students to do, achieve, think or believe? That's the peril in having a CHOICE in your education.
Sometimes you just find someone else has said it better than you could have. Check out Greg Herrick's analysis of modern psychology's relationship to an evangelical bibliology. Then temper his academic observations with A.Y. “Fred” Ramirez's critique. Reminds me of something one of my professors said, "theology must be practical."