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Are The 'Nations' Present In Matthew?, Glenna S. Jackson Nov 2000

Are The 'Nations' Present In Matthew?, Glenna S. Jackson

Religion & Philosophy Faculty Scholarship

Traditionally Matthew 28:16-20 has been placed in the context of a mandate to Christianize the world. This study attempts to ascertain if the gentile woman in the genealogy and the Canaanite woman near the center of Matthew's gospel constitute a precedent and a model for the mandate to bring the enemy tribes into the fold of Israel.


The Leader Who Serves (Duluth, Mn), C. William Pollard Oct 2000

The Leader Who Serves (Duluth, Mn), C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

Speaking to a gathering of the Benedictine Health System's leaders in Duluth, MN, Pollard applauds the Benedictine tradition's emphasis on hospitality and encourages servant leadership as model for the system going forward.


Speech At Albany Prayer Breakfast, C. William Pollard Apr 2000

Speech At Albany Prayer Breakfast, C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

In this address to the 2000 Albany Prayer Breakfast (Albany, NY), Pollard offers his vision of business leadership, one that takes religious faith as its foundation.


Monastic Approaches To Medicine In The Middle Ages, Christopher Callahan Feb 2000

Monastic Approaches To Medicine In The Middle Ages, Christopher Callahan

Scholarship

Nature and God are linked through the creative power of the Word, for which Hildegard coined the term viriditas or “greening power”. Viriditas is the life force which brings all of us into wholeness and into balance with Nature, and is the key to finding our way to God. In this way, Hildegard stands at the pinnacle of medieval Christian medicine. Having evolved beyond excessive reliance on the occult and perched on the cusp of a revival of scholastic medicine, she exemplifies the naturalistic bent of the best of monastic thought. Fusing what ancient medical knowledge was available with a ...


Book Review: Reading Renunciation: Asceticism And Scripture, Vincent L. Wimbush Jan 2000

Book Review: Reading Renunciation: Asceticism And Scripture, Vincent L. Wimbush

CGU Faculty Publications and Research

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A Review Of A Different Death: Euthanasia And The Christian Tradition By Edward J. Larson And Darrel W. Amundsen, M. Therese Lysaught Jan 2000

A Review Of A Different Death: Euthanasia And The Christian Tradition By Edward J. Larson And Darrel W. Amundsen, M. Therese Lysaught

Institute of Pastoral Studies: Faculty Publications and Other Works

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A Reformation Debate: John Calvin & Jacopo Sadoleto, John C. Olin Jan 2000

A Reformation Debate: John Calvin & Jacopo Sadoleto, John C. Olin

Religion

In 1539, Cardinal Jacopo Sadoleto, Bishop of Carpentras, addressed a letter to the magistrates and citizens of Geneva, asking them to return to the Roman Catholic faith. John Calvin replied to Sadoleto, defending the adoption of the Protestant reforms. Sadoleto’s letter and Calvin’s reply constitute one of the most interesting exchanges of Roman Catholic/Protestant views during the Reformationand an excellent introduction to the great religious controversy of the sixteenth century.

These statements are not in vacuo of a Roman Catholic and Protestant position. They were drafted in the midst of the religious conflict that was then dividing ...