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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.


The Highest And The Best Or The Value Of Values, C. William Pollard Oct 1984

The Highest And The Best Or The Value Of Values, C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

Pollard


Search For Nothing: The Life Of St. John Of The Cross By Richard P. Hardy, Philip Novak Apr 1984

Search For Nothing: The Life Of St. John Of The Cross By Richard P. Hardy, Philip Novak

Collected Faculty and Staff Scholarship

"A new biography of such a seminal figure could hardly be anything but welcome. Yet I can only recommend Hardy's book with reservations. Though written lovingly by a professor of spirituality who seems to share John of the Cross' contemplative sensibilities, and who, moreover, has done his homework, the book remains curiously one-dimensional. In a word it lacks, depth." ~ from the article


The Dynamics Of The Will In Buddhist And Christian Practice, Philip Novak Jan 1984

The Dynamics Of The Will In Buddhist And Christian Practice, Philip Novak

Collected Faculty and Staff Scholarship

"The task of this paper is to suggest that the will-dynamics educed by Buddhist and Christian contemplative paths share fundamental structural similarities, a hypothesis which, if true, lends support to the notion of a psychologia perennis. The contemplative dimensions of Buddhism and Christianity, we will suggest, possess formally similar strategies for the attunement of the human will to its source in the Real, and attunement and dynamic balance in which both Buddhist and Christian contemplatives discover the salvation they seek." ~ from the article