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Citation For Larry E. Dixon, C. William Pollard May 1994

Citation For Larry E. Dixon, C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

In this brief speech, Pollard presents Larry E. Dixon, president and CEO of MAP International and one of the founding members of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability, with an honorary Doctorate of Letters from Wheaton College.


Who Are You? What Do You Want?, C. William Pollard Oct 1993

Who Are You? What Do You Want?, C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

In this speech at Trinity Western University (Langley, British Columbia), Pollard explains his theory regarding the relationship between faith and vocation.


God And Nature: Historical Essays On The Encounter Between Christianity And Science (Book Review), Calvin Jongsma Dec 1990

God And Nature: Historical Essays On The Encounter Between Christianity And Science (Book Review), Calvin Jongsma

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Reviewed Title: God and Nature: Historical Essays on the Encounter Between Christianity and Science, edited by David C. Lindberg and Ronald L. Numbers (Berkeley: University of California Press) 1986. xi + 516 pp.


Speech At Seattle Pacific University Chapel, C. William Pollard Oct 1984

Speech At Seattle Pacific University Chapel, C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

Speaking at a Seattle Pacific University chapel service, Pollard asks students how discipleship and work (or God and profit) can co-exist. For Pollard, profit is a means to an end, namely that of investing our lives in people made in the image of God.


Outline Of Speech For Morning Session At Seattle Pacific University, C. William Pollard Oct 1984

Outline Of Speech For Morning Session At Seattle Pacific University, C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

This document, which includes handwritten edits by Pollard himself, served as an outline for a speech he gave at Seattle Pacific University. In it he covers the history of ServiceMaster, the company's core values, and the holistic orientation of its leadership structure.


Speech At Seattle Pacific University Luncheon, C. William Pollard Oct 1984

Speech At Seattle Pacific University Luncheon, C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

Speaking at a conference on business ethics held at Seattle Pacific University and sponsored by the Christian College Coalition, Pollard reflects on what a corporation looks like when it recognizes God as its ultimate source.


J.B. Feb 1984

J.B.

Taylor Theatre Playbills

The playbill for Taylor University’s Spring 1984 performance of J.B. by Archibald MacLeish.

J.B. is a retelling of the Biblical story of Job by two old circus performers by the name of Zuss and Nickles (Zeus and Satan), who make a wager and play out Job’s story in modern America where Job is a millionaire named J.B..


Speech At Emmaus Bible School Commencement, C. William Pollard May 1979

Speech At Emmaus Bible School Commencement, C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

This document contains the text and handwritten edits of a commencement address Pollard delivered to the 1979 graduating class of Emmaus Bible School in Dubuque, IA. In it he reflects on how the pain caused by relinquishing our self-sufficiency and self-interest allows us to step into the unknown, thereby allowing us up to be better followers of Christ.


Cry Of Dawn In Dark Babylon Oct 1968

Cry Of Dawn In Dark Babylon

Taylor Theatre Playbills

The playbill for Taylor University’s Fall 1968 performance of Cry Dawn in Dark Babylon by P. W. Turner.

From the playbill: “According to the author, this is a play about death, the Resurrection and the Church. It is a true story, based on his own experience as a pastor in an industrial parish in England.”

Performed by the Taylor Religious Drama Company. It was second of three projects developed by the class for the semester.


The Ursinus Weekly, October 12, 1967, Herbert C. Smith, Timothy C. Coyne, Byron Jackson, Gilbert Louis Page, Frederick Jacob Oct 1967

The Ursinus Weekly, October 12, 1967, Herbert C. Smith, Timothy C. Coyne, Byron Jackson, Gilbert Louis Page, Frederick Jacob

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Pulitzer winner speaks on economic insight • Students elect USGA committee to co-ordinate students, faculty • Tragedy shocks students; Death of senior mourned • Class officers elected; Frosh choose leaders • Chi Alpha sets program plans • UC freshman tops Curtain Club's cast • Editorial • A hall is not a home • Radio-free Canada • A modest proposal, a satire: For preventing dissent and resentment on the Ursinus campus, and for increasing unity of thought • Poker flats open amid dissent; Latest in do-it-yourself dorms • Rebirth of learning anticipated: Fine arts added to curriculum • WRUC goes AM-FM, plans live sportscasts • Impact of EXPO • College Scholars Program to end ...


J.B. May 1961

J.B.

Taylor Theatre Playbills

The playbill for Taylor University’s Spring 1961 performance of J.B. by Archibald MacLeish.

J.B. is a retelling of the Biblical story of Job by two old circus performers by the name of Zuss and Nickles (Zeus and Satan), who make a wager and play out Job’s story in modern America where Job is a millionaire named J.B..

This was part of the 1961 Fine Arts Festival and performed in Maytag Auditorium.


The Robe Nov 1957

The Robe

Taylor Theatre Playbills

The playbill for Taylor University’s Fall 1957 performance of The Robe adapted by John McGreevey from Lloyd C. Douglas’s work of the same name.

The Robe tells the story of Marcellus, a young Roman officer who wins the robe of Jesus when he is crucified, and how Marcellus’s life is changed after that encounter.


Androcles And The Lion Jan 1956

Androcles And The Lion

Taylor Theatre Playbills

The playbill for Taylor University’s 1956 performance of Androcles and the Lion by George Bernard Shaw.

Androcles and the Lion is the story of a Christian in early Rome named Androcles, who helps a Lion that later comes to his aid when Androcles is captured and brought to the Colosseum for torture and death.