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Historical Studies And Creational Development: Constructing A History Program In Light Of A Reformed Perspective, Paul Otto Sep 2005

Historical Studies And Creational Development: Constructing A History Program In Light Of A Reformed Perspective, Paul Otto

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Dr. Otto presented this paper at Covenant College in the spring of 2002.


What Directs Graphic Design?, David Versluis Sep 2005

What Directs Graphic Design?, David Versluis

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David Versluis presented this paper at The Bauhaus and Beyond: The Shape of Design Education Conference, April 8-10, 2005, at the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, Iowa.


Fifty Years Later, Nicholas Wolterstorff Sep 2005

Fifty Years Later, Nicholas Wolterstorff

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This paper originated in an address presented at the March 8, 2005, Jubilee convocation at Dordt College, celebrating Dordt’s fiftieth anniversary.


What's A Dordt?, John B. Hulst Sep 2005

What's A Dordt?, John B. Hulst

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This article was presented by Dr. Hulst at the Jubilee Convocation of April 5, 2005, at Dordt College.


"Whither?" Some Thoughts On The Genre Of Literature In An Electronic Age, James C. Schaap Jun 2005

"Whither?" Some Thoughts On The Genre Of Literature In An Electronic Age, James C. Schaap

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This article was originally presented as a lecture for the MacLaurin Institute, a Christian study center at the University of Minnesota, on January 19, 2005.


Examining The Skills, Attitudes, And Perceptions Of Developmental Writing Students At A Midwestern Private College, William P. Elgersma Jun 2005

Examining The Skills, Attitudes, And Perceptions Of Developmental Writing Students At A Midwestern Private College, William P. Elgersma

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Postsecondary degree-granting institutions recognize that students lack necessary academic skills, but the characteristics of this at-risk population have not been as clearly identified. As well, the value of remedial programs that serve this at-risk population need to be investigated.

The survey instruments for this study were developed by the researcher. The purpose of the study was to examine the skills, attitudes, and perceptions of basic writers of a remedial writing course Academic Skills Center (ASK 060) at a private Midwestern college. Specifically, this study identified the value of the remedial writing program related to perceived level of competence and academic ...


Defining The Phenomenon Of Teaching Christianly At A Christian College: A Study Conducted At Dordt College, Barb Hoekstra May 2005

Defining The Phenomenon Of Teaching Christianly At A Christian College: A Study Conducted At Dordt College, Barb Hoekstra

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Despite the high value that Christian colleges place on teaching, there is scant literature on teaching christianly in higher education. Pedagogy that promotes Christian beliefs resides in the K-12 literature. Using the work of Van Brummelen (1988) and Van Dyk (2000) originally developed for teaching christianly at the K-12 level, a conceptual framework was developed. This study investigated what it means to teach christianly at a small Christian college. A qualitative, phenomenological approach was used to explore teachers’ perceptions and beliefs about teaching christianly in higher education. A criterion sampling strategy was used in selecting 10 participants who had the ...


Getting In Line: Justin Martyr, St. Augustine, And The Project Of Integral Christian Scholarship, Robert Sweetman Mar 2005

Getting In Line: Justin Martyr, St. Augustine, And The Project Of Integral Christian Scholarship, Robert Sweetman

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This article is part of a lecture series for The Association of Reformed Institutions of Higher Education (ARIHE), 2004-2005, as well as Ch. 2 in Dr. Robert Sweetman’s upcoming book, Delineations: Re-imaging the Adventure of Integral Christian Scholarship.


Theodore Beza--The Man Next To John Calvin: A Review Essay, Keith C. Sewell Mar 2005

Theodore Beza--The Man Next To John Calvin: A Review Essay, Keith C. Sewell

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Reviewed Titles: Scott M. Manetsch, Theodore Beza and the Quest for Peace in France, 1572-1598. (Studies in Medieval and Reformation Thought # 79), Leiden: Brill, 2000, ISBN: 90 04 11101 8, xii + 380 pp. Also, Jeffrey Mallinson, Faith, Reason, and Revelation in Theodore Beza, 1519- 1605. (Oxford Theological Monographs), London: Oxford University Press, 2003, ISBN: 0 19 925959 3, 267 pp. Both works include a bibliography.

Correction: Footnote 65. "Calvin and the Stars, Kuyper and the Fossils: Some Historiographical Reflections" (Pro Rege 32.1 [September 2003]: 22.) The credit for translating Abraham Kuyper's "Evolutie" should go to George Kamps; the ...