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2006

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Toward A Contextualized Church In A Unified Korea/Corea: Exploring Resources In Wesleyan Theology And Eastern Philosophies, Ohoon Kwon Jan 2006

Toward A Contextualized Church In A Unified Korea/Corea: Exploring Resources In Wesleyan Theology And Eastern Philosophies, Ohoon Kwon

ATS Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Korean Jeong (Chŏng) And Its Relationship To Christian Mission, Woocheol Kim Jan 2006

Korean Jeong (Chŏng) And Its Relationship To Christian Mission, Woocheol Kim

ATS Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Identifying Paradigms Of Conversion Operative In United Methodist Churches Of The Texas Conference, Kenneth Alan Munn Jan 2006

Identifying Paradigms Of Conversion Operative In United Methodist Churches Of The Texas Conference, Kenneth Alan Munn

ATS Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Sports Ministry In America's One Hundred Largest Churches, Matthew Brian White Jan 2006

Sports Ministry In America's One Hundred Largest Churches, Matthew Brian White

ATS Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Invitation To The Table Conversation: A Few Diverse Perspectives On Integration, Natalia Yangarber-Hicks, Charles Behensky, Sally Schwer, Kelly Schimmel Flanagan, Nicholas J.S. Gibson, Mitchell W. Hicks, Cynthia Neal Kimball, Jenny H. Pak, Thomas G. Plante, Steven L. Porter Jan 2006

Invitation To The Table Conversation: A Few Diverse Perspectives On Integration, Natalia Yangarber-Hicks, Charles Behensky, Sally Schwer, Kelly Schimmel Flanagan, Nicholas J.S. Gibson, Mitchell W. Hicks, Cynthia Neal Kimball, Jenny H. Pak, Thomas G. Plante, Steven L. Porter

Psychology

This article represents an invitation to the "integration table" to several previously underrepresented perspectives within Christian psychology. The Judeo-Christian tradition and current views on scholarship and Christian faith compel us to extend hospitality to minority voices within integration, thereby enriching and challenging existing paradigms in the field. Contributors to this article, spanning areas of cultural, disciplinary, and theological diversity, provide suggestions for how their distinct voices can enhance future integrative efforts.