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Leadership In Turbulent Times (Kansas City, Mo), C. William Pollard Nov 2005

Leadership In Turbulent Times (Kansas City, Mo), C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

Addressing the members of the Workplace Coalition of Kansas City, Pollard contends that the turbulent years in which we live require moral leadership oriented to cultivating purpose in people's lives.


Globalization And The Human Condition, C. William Pollard Oct 2005

Globalization And The Human Condition, C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

In this speech at the Sino-Foreign Management Summit (Beijing, China), Pollard addresses the increasingly global character of the economy, noting in particular how it will require not only greater regulation but also ethically-minded business leaders and well-formed corporate employees.


Etched In Stone, Engraved On The Heart (Rogers, Ar - Short Version), C. William Pollard Sep 2005

Etched In Stone, Engraved On The Heart (Rogers, Ar - Short Version), C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

In this shorter version of a speech delivered at the Soderquist Center/Promise Keeper's 2005 CEO Summit on Purposeful Leadership, Pollard considers how contemporary business leaders might integrate faith and work while also serving their families and building businesses oriented to a "greater purpose."


Etched In Stone, Engraved On The Heart (Rogers, Ar - Long Version), C. William Pollard Jun 2005

Etched In Stone, Engraved On The Heart (Rogers, Ar - Long Version), C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

In this longer version of a speech delivered at the Soderquist Center/Promise Keeper's 2005 CEO Summit on Purposeful Leadership, Pollard considers how contemporary business leaders might integrate faith and work while also serving their families and building businesses oriented to a "greater purpose."


Discovering The Catalysts For Growing True Disciples In An Emerging Postmodern Culture, Wayne D. Spears Ii May 2005

Discovering The Catalysts For Growing True Disciples In An Emerging Postmodern Culture, Wayne D. Spears Ii

ATS Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Temple And Jerusalem In Jewish Life Of The Medieval Diaspora, Asher Finkel Ph.D. Apr 2005

Temple And Jerusalem In Jewish Life Of The Medieval Diaspora, Asher Finkel Ph.D.

Rabbi Asher Finkel, Ph.D.

This paper examines the importance of the Temple in Jewish tradition and the presence of Jews and their rabbinic leaders in Jerusalem throughout the Middle Ages. The paper was presented at the 40th International Conference on Medieval Studies at Western Michigan University on May 6, 2005.


Go Where The Fish Are, C. William Pollard Jan 2005

Go Where The Fish Are, C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

Pollard delivered this meditation on Luke 5 at the 2005 Council for Christian Colleges and Universities President's Conference in Washington, D.C. In it he contends that one can learn much about leadership from following the example of Christ.


Revitalization 12:1-2, Center For The Study Of World Christian Revitalization Movements Jan 2005

Revitalization 12:1-2, Center For The Study Of World Christian Revitalization Movements

Revitalization

No abstract provided.


Simplicity, Or The Terror Of Belief: The Making And Unmaking Of The Self In Early Christian Monasticism, Douglas E. Christie Jan 2005

Simplicity, Or The Terror Of Belief: The Making And Unmaking Of The Self In Early Christian Monasticism, Douglas E. Christie

Theological Studies Faculty Works

The article focuses on ancient Christian monasticism. The simplicity admired and practiced by the early Christian monks, so often construed as a first order naiveté or credulity devoid of depth or subtlety, in fact contained and expressed a complex range of thought and feeling. More than this, it was, at least in its most mature expressions, a hard won achievement, realized only through a costly and demanding process of relinquishment. Ancient Christian monks actually did realize on occasion a simplicity that embodied a beautiful freedom and transparency. But such simplicity rarely came to expression in a life except through intense ...