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Speech At Servicemaster Christmas Luncheon, C. William Pollard Dec 1981

Speech At Servicemaster Christmas Luncheon, C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

In this brief speech at the ServiceMaster Christmas Luncheon (The Carlisle - Lombard, IL), Pollard encourages his employees to consider how Christmas represents the greatest reality of all.


Reformed Theological Ethics Of Speech Communication, Charles Veenstra Oct 1981

Reformed Theological Ethics Of Speech Communication, Charles Veenstra

Faculty Work Comprehensive List

This project develops and applies a Biblically-based Reformed theological system of ethics for speech communication.

The dissertation includes a review of literature on ethics in speech communication and indicates that: 1) ethics is a significant concern in the field of speech communication, 2) no single normative ethical theory dominates, 3} each normative ethical theory currently advocated faces significant problems, 4) critical pieces applying normative standards are few, 5) little attention is given to ethics of religious speakers or broadcasters, and 6) the normative ethical theory based in Reformed theology, which is the subject of this dissertation, is undeveloped in the ...


Empty Willing: Contemplative Being-In-The-World In St. John Of The Cross And Dogen, Philip Novak Aug 1981

Empty Willing: Contemplative Being-In-The-World In St. John Of The Cross And Dogen, Philip Novak

Collected Faculty and Staff Scholarship

"If persons on different sides of the glove were independently to discover that bodies fall at the rate of sixteen feet per second squared, this would be taken as evidence that they had learned something about nature -- about the world and how it works. We see something like this at work in the sadhanas (spiritual paths) of St. John and Dogen. Though the Christian saint and the Zen master are leaves on quite different trees, similarities between then [sic], qua contemplatives, exist at a level profound enough to encourage the exploration of common ground. Ultimately this common ground invites us ...


Six Characteristics Of A Good Leader, C. William Pollard Aug 1981

Six Characteristics Of A Good Leader, C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

Responding to a request from S.J. Jett, Edith Lawrence outlines on behalf of Mr. Pollard the six characteristics of a good leader, all of which he had previously reflected upon in a Delta meeting speech.


"The World Creeps In": Hiram Bingham Iii And The Decline In Missionary Fervor, Char Miller Jan 1981

"The World Creeps In": Hiram Bingham Iii And The Decline In Missionary Fervor, Char Miller

Pomona Faculty Publications and Research

To understand how and why Hiram Bingham III altered the course of his family's historical commitment to missionary service, one must recognize, as he later would, that the world in which he was raised was unlike that of his father, Hiram Bingham, Jr. The father had wanted his son to carry on in the family's service to God, but the roadblocks to the senior Bingham's desires to mold his son in his own image were numerous and interrelated: the family environment into which the child was born, the interaction of that nucleus with the larger community of ...


A Cause Of Worth (Or A Cause Of Greater Worth), C. William Pollard Jan 1981

A Cause Of Worth (Or A Cause Of Greater Worth), C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

Published in ServiceMaster's 1981 Annual Report, this article details the company's guiding philosophy, namely one that understands work as stewardship of God's resources.