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The Debate Over Justification By Faith, Norman R. Gulley 2011 Southern Adventist University

The Debate Over Justification By Faith, Norman R. Gulley

Perspective Digest

No abstract provided.


In The Old Testament Prophetic Literature, Martin G. Klingbeil 2011 Helderberg College

In The Old Testament Prophetic Literature, Martin G. Klingbeil

Perspective Digest

No abstract provided.


Facing The Gas Chamber (Work Station Two), Gary B. Swanson 2011 Adventist Theological Society

Facing The Gas Chamber (Work Station Two), Gary B. Swanson

Perspective Digest

No abstract provided.


Awesome God : Connecting Through Multisensory Study And Lectio Divina Of Spiritual Narratives, Linda B. Dunn 2011 Asbury Theological Seminary

Awesome God : Connecting Through Multisensory Study And Lectio Divina Of Spiritual Narratives, Linda B. Dunn

ATS Dissertations

No abstract provided.


The Church Going Glocal Mission And Globalisation, Tormod Engelsviken, Erling Lundeby, Dagfinn Solheim 2011 University of Edinburgh

The Church Going Glocal Mission And Globalisation, Tormod Engelsviken, Erling Lundeby, Dagfinn Solheim

Edinburgh Centenary Series

This phenomenon, which, as this book will show, is not unique for our time, is nevertheless more widespread, more pervasive and more rapidly changing the world in which we live than ever before.


Mission Today And Tomorrow, Kim Kirsteen, Andrew Anderson 2011 University of Edinburgh

Mission Today And Tomorrow, Kim Kirsteen, Andrew Anderson

Edinburgh Centenary Series

This record of the Edinburgh 2010 Conference is intended to give the background to that Call, to share the spirit of the conference, and to stimulate informed and focused participation in God’s mission in Christ for the world’s salvation.


The Making Of Differences: Theological Discourse On The Unity Of The Church, Guillermo C. Hansen 2011 Luther Seminary

The Making Of Differences: Theological Discourse On The Unity Of The Church, Guillermo C. Hansen

Faculty Publications

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The Difference Creation Makes: Relative Timelessness Reconsidered, Alan G. Padgett 2011 Luther Seminary

The Difference Creation Makes: Relative Timelessness Reconsidered, Alan G. Padgett

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Edinburgh 2010: Mission Today And Tomorrow, Kirsteen Kim, Andrew Anderson 2011 Oral Roberts University

Edinburgh 2010: Mission Today And Tomorrow, Kirsteen Kim, Andrew Anderson

Regnum Edinburgh Centenary Series

The centenary of the historic and influential World Missionary Conference held in Edinburgh 1910 presented a unique opportunity for the whole church worldwide to come together in celebration, reflection and recommitment to witnessing to Christ today. Edinburgh 2010 also engaged in serious study and reflection on the current state of world mission and the challenges facing all those who seek to witness Christ today. The results of this research was presented and debated within the context of Christian fellowship and worship at the conference in June 2010. This record of that conference is intended to give the background to that ...


Mission And Postmodernities, Rolv Olsen, Kajsa Ahlstrand, J. Andrew Kirk, Tania Petrova, Teresa Francesca Rossi, J. Jayakiran Sebastian 2011 Oral Roberts University

Mission And Postmodernities, Rolv Olsen, Kajsa Ahlstrand, J. Andrew Kirk, Tania Petrova, Teresa Francesca Rossi, J. Jayakiran Sebastian

Regnum Edinburgh Centenary Series

Some may consider 'postmodernities' a Western dilemma. The contributions from some writers in the Global South (China, India and Korea) unfold a larger canvas and explore the implications for Christian mission. This focus on 'mission' is central: this is not just a book about the many facets and trends of postmodernities. It is a book about the implications for mission, for what it means to live as Christians and as churches in a terra incognita, in a world where we have not been before.


Reflective Collaboration Practices To Explore Personal Belief Systems In Teacher Preparation Courses, Kathryn Picano 2011 Whitworth University

Reflective Collaboration Practices To Explore Personal Belief Systems In Teacher Preparation Courses, Kathryn Picano

International Christian Community of Teacher Educators Journal

The purpose of this article is to examine the need for intentionally designed faith integration conversations to explore the personal belief systems and concerns of teacher candidates through the use of effective reflective collaboration strategies in their preparation courses. The influence of one’s prior experiences and personal belief system cannot be underestimated when working effectively in a pluralistic society. This necessitates that all teachers be cognizant of how their belief system shapes interactions with students and families, as well as how they plan for instruction. Student voice and reflective collaboration techniques are important instructional tools that can be integrated ...


A Fourteenth-Century Augustinian Approach To The Jews In Riccoldo Da Monte Croce’S Ad Nationes Orientales, Lydia M. Walker 2011 Western Michigan University

A Fourteenth-Century Augustinian Approach To The Jews In Riccoldo Da Monte Croce’S Ad Nationes Orientales, Lydia M. Walker

Comparative Religion Publications

No abstract provided.


Sacred Times: The Book Of Jubilees At Qumran, J. Amanda McGuire 2011 Andrews University

Sacred Times: The Book Of Jubilees At Qumran, J. Amanda Mcguire

Papers

Given the evidence that Jubilees was so influential at Qumran, this paper seeks to answer the following questions: How did the book of Jubilees understand sacred times in general and the Sabbath in particular? How did its sacred time theology affect the theology of the Qumran community? This paper will not contribute any novel or unique ideas regarding either Jubilees or the Qumran community, as such. It will, however, endeavor to bring the various facets of scholarship on the subjects together, making the relationship between the two more concrete.


Immigration And Evangelism In The British Union Of Seventh-Day Adventists, Patrick Boyle 2011 Andrews University

Immigration And Evangelism In The British Union Of Seventh-Day Adventists, Patrick Boyle

Journal of Adventist Mission Studies

No abstract provided.


Reaching The World Rapidly: A Divine Strategy Focusing On The North American Division, Terri Saelee 2011 North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists

Reaching The World Rapidly: A Divine Strategy Focusing On The North American Division, Terri Saelee

Journal of Adventist Mission Studies

No abstract provided.


Spenser, Wolfram, And The Reformation Of Despair, Susannah Monta, Lisi Oliver 2011 University of Notre Dame

Spenser, Wolfram, And The Reformation Of Despair, Susannah Monta, Lisi Oliver

Journal of Literary Onomastics

To date, no consensus has emerged concerning the derivation of Spenser’s names Trevisan and Terwin, the only two characters in Book I’s “Legend of Holiness” whose names are not obviously labels. This essay proposes that Wolfram’s Parzival offers a strong analogue that may also point to a possible origin for the names of Spenser’s Trevisan and Terwin. Further, and most significantly, the comparison between Wolfram’s poem and Spenser’s gives the more important of those two figures, the fearful knight Trevisan, a complex role to play as Spenser probes Protestant theological treatments of despair.


Exegetical And Extispicic Readings Of The Bible In Turkana, Kenya, And North America, Kevin P. Lines 2011 Asbury Theological Seminary

Exegetical And Extispicic Readings Of The Bible In Turkana, Kenya, And North America, Kevin P. Lines

The Asbury Journal

While a missional hermeneutic elucidates missiological interpretation of scripture, translation would be the key descriptive of missiological me of scripture. Articulating, a Turkana extispicic hermeneutic as both a critical and a valid process for interpreting the Bible, this paper proposes that Christians have the opportunity to engage in alternative intercontextual critical hermeneutical processes when "reading" the Bible. This engagement could reveal an ontic expansion of God-if we are able to overcome eclectic diversity and the fear of relativism. Three locations: theological institutions, missionaries, in the church, and diaspora communities are suggested for practical application of intercontextual hermeneutics.


Book Reviews, Desiree Segura-April, Meesaeng Lee Choi, Joseph R. Dongell, Michael D. Matlock, Jason R. Jackson, Stephen Seamands, Wm. Andrew Schwartz, Ben Witherington, Laurence W. Wood 2011 Fuller Theological Seminary

Book Reviews, Desiree Segura-April, Meesaeng Lee Choi, Joseph R. Dongell, Michael D. Matlock, Jason R. Jackson, Stephen Seamands, Wm. Andrew Schwartz, Ben Witherington, Laurence W. Wood

The Asbury Journal

Catherine Stonehouse and Scottie May
Listening to Children on the Spiritual Journey: Guidance for Those Who Teach and Nurture
2010. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic
Reviewed by Desiree Segura-April

Dyron B. Daughrity
The Changing World of Christianity: The Global History of a Borderless Religion
2010. New York: Peter Lang
Reviewed by Meesaeng Lee Choi

Derek Tidball
The Message of Holiness: Restoring God's Masterpiece
2010. Downers Grove, IL Inter-Varsity, Press
Reviewed by Joseph R. Dongell

Accordance. Scholars Collection
DVD-ROM and CD-ROM, version 8
2008. OakTree Software, Inc.
Reviewed by Michael D. Matlock and Jason R. Jackson

Paul L. Gavrilyuk, Douglas ...


The Institute Of World Mission: Forty-Five Years And Counting, Pat Gustin 2011 Andrews University

The Institute Of World Mission: Forty-Five Years And Counting, Pat Gustin

Journal of Adventist Mission Studies

No abstract provided.


Editorial: Institute Of World Mission 45th Anniversary Issue, Rick McEdward 2011 Andrews University

Editorial: Institute Of World Mission 45th Anniversary Issue, Rick Mcedward

Journal of Adventist Mission Studies

No abstract provided.


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