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From The Editor, Jason Mahn 2019 Augustana College, Rock Island, IL

From The Editor, Jason Mahn

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Making Diversity Matter: Inclusion Is The Key, Dr. Monica Smith 2019 Augustana College, Rock Island, IL

Making Diversity Matter: Inclusion Is The Key, Dr. Monica Smith

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The Perils And Promise Of Privilege, Guy Nave 2019 Luther College, Decorah, IA

The Perils And Promise Of Privilege, Guy Nave

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The Vocation Of White People In A Racist Society, Caryn D. Riswold 2019 Wartburg College, Waverly, IA

The Vocation Of White People In A Racist Society, Caryn D. Riswold

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Learning The Language Of Inclusive Pedagogy, David Thompson 2019 Luther College, Decorah, IA

Learning The Language Of Inclusive Pedagogy, David Thompson

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The "V" Word: Different Dimensions Of Vocation In A Religiously Diverse Classroom, Martha E. Stortz 2019 Augsburg University, Minneapolis, MN

The "V" Word: Different Dimensions Of Vocation In A Religiously Diverse Classroom, Martha E. Stortz

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The American Myth Of White Supremacy: A Review Of Myths America Lives By, Susan VanZanten 2019 Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, IN

The American Myth Of White Supremacy: A Review Of Myths America Lives By, Susan Vanzanten

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Seeing In A New Way: A Meditation, Rev. Kara Baylor 2019 Carthage College, Kenosha, WI

Seeing In A New Way: A Meditation, Rev. Kara Baylor

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Conciliatory And Queer: The Radical Love Of Lutheran Higher Education, Kiki Kosnick, Sharon Varallo 2019 Augustana College, Rock Island, IL

Conciliatory And Queer: The Radical Love Of Lutheran Higher Education, Kiki Kosnick, Sharon Varallo

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Twenty-Sixth Annual Vocation Of Lutheran Higher Education Conference, 2019 Augustana College

Twenty-Sixth Annual Vocation Of Lutheran Higher Education Conference

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Technology And Hope, Michael J. Paulus Jr. 2019 Seattle Pacific University

Technology And Hope, Michael J. Paulus Jr.

Michael J. Paulus, Jr.

In our present moment of profound and rapid technological change, the clash of utopian hopes with dystopian fears is a matter of daily experience. The Demaray Tower on SPU’s campus points to a greater hope for technology. Beneath the clock on the south side, images of technology situated within the human journey through history and life suggest that human artificial creations may participate in God’s new creation. This session will explore how we can think critically about the transformative role of technology in education and our broader lives as we cultivate and realize faith for the future.

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Bridge-Building In Sioux County, Mary Beth Pollema 2019 Dordt University

Bridge-Building In Sioux County, Mary Beth Pollema

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"Recently, I had the opportunity to talk with Alex Vasquez, director of Young Life in Sioux County, about his work in the community. He is speaking from several platforms that allow him to serve as a “bridge builder” between cultures within Sioux Center."

Posting about ­­­­­­­­partnering with immigrants in our communities from In All Things - an online journal for critical reflection on faith, culture, art, and every ordinary-yet-graced square inch of God’s creation.

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Turning “Bad Jews Into Worse Christians”: Hermann Adler And The London Society For Promoting Christianity Amongst The Jews, Robert Ellison 2019 Marshall University

Turning “Bad Jews Into Worse Christians”: Hermann Adler And The London Society For Promoting Christianity Amongst The Jews, Robert Ellison

Robert Ellison

This paper explores how sermons contributed to Jewish-Christian relations in Victorian England. I begin with a rhetorical analysis of sermons preached on behalf of the London Society for Promoting Christianity among the Jews, the largest and best known missionary organization of its kind. I then examine a collection of sermons in which Hermann Adler, then rabbi of London’s Bayswater Synagogue and later Chief Rabbi of the British Empire, pushes back against their efforts, offering the “true explanations” of passages which, in his view, had been improperly employed by Christian preachers. Finally, I trace a kind of “feedback loop” in ...


I Am Second, Anna Bennett 2019 Southern Adventist University

I Am Second, Anna Bennett

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Reviews, Arden C. Autry PhD, Christopher G. Foster, Jennifer Greig-Berens, John Austin Helm, Thad R. Horner, Wonsuk Ma, Sandra Richardson, R. Samuel Thorpe, Jeffrey Voth, Ruth Whiteford 2019 Oral Roberts University

Reviews, Arden C. Autry Phd, Christopher G. Foster, Jennifer Greig-Berens, John Austin Helm, Thad R. Horner, Wonsuk Ma, Sandra Richardson, R. Samuel Thorpe, Jeffrey Voth, Ruth Whiteford

Spiritus: ORU Journal of Theology

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Healing En Masse: Examining The Unique Contribution Of The Spirit-Empowered Movement To The Practice Of Mass Evangelism, Daniel King 2019 Oral Roberts University

Healing En Masse: Examining The Unique Contribution Of The Spirit-Empowered Movement To The Practice Of Mass Evangelism, Daniel King

Spiritus: ORU Journal of Theology

This article explores the unique innovation of mass healing evangelism by Spirit-empowered evangelists as an effective methodology for reaching people for Christ. It will trace the development of the idea of healing “en masse” in the Pentecostal tradition. It showcases a case study from a crusade conducted by the author in the nation of Brazil in which healing and evangelism were wedded together as an effective ministry strategy.


The Impact Of Healing On The Growth Of Christianity In Asia: An Empirical Investigation, Julie Ma 2019 Oral Roberts University

The Impact Of Healing On The Growth Of Christianity In Asia: An Empirical Investigation, Julie Ma

Spiritus: ORU Journal of Theology

This article explores the role healing has played in the expansion of Christianity throughout Asia. It documents stories from various regions of Asia to demonstrate that healing is an effective method for evangelism.


“I Will Heal Their Land”: The Meaning And Significance Of Healing (רפא) In 2 Chronicles 7:13–16, Lian Mung 2019 Judson Bible College

“I Will Heal Their Land”: The Meaning And Significance Of Healing (רפא) In 2 Chronicles 7:13–16, Lian Mung

Spiritus: ORU Journal of Theology

This article explores the meaning and significance of Yahweh’s promise to heal the land of his people in 2 Chr 7:13–16 within its immediate context and also within the book of 2 Chronicles by exploring how the text is connected linguistically and thematically with other related texts. It argues that the meaning of healing in 2 Chr 7:13–16 extends far beyond the physical healing of the land that results in agricultural blessings, and the theme of healing plays a significant role in the Chronicler’s theology of retribution, repentance, and restoration.


Healing For All Races: Oral Roberts’ Legacy Of Racial Reconciliation In A Divided City, Daniel D. Isgrigg 2019 Oral Roberts University

Healing For All Races: Oral Roberts’ Legacy Of Racial Reconciliation In A Divided City, Daniel D. Isgrigg

Spiritus: ORU Journal of Theology

This article explores Oral Roberts’ legacy of racial reconciliation in the backdrop of the racial history of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Oral Roberts was a pioneer of racial integration of his meetings during the Healing Revival of the 1950s. But his racial vision came to maturity as Oral Roberts University became a center for social uplift for African Americans in the Spirit-empowered movement. Today, that legacy continues to shape Oral Roberts University as a shining example of racial diversity among Christian universities in America.


Healing Through Music Therapy, Hayoung Lim 2019 Oral Roberts University

Healing Through Music Therapy, Hayoung Lim

Spiritus: ORU Journal of Theology

This article explores the field of music therapy as a healthcare profession to benefit various clinical populations and the way in which music therapy is a whole-person approach to healing for people with cognitive, physical, and social needs.


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