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What's It All About? (Milwaukee, Wi), C. William Pollard Nov 1999

What's It All About? (Milwaukee, Wi), C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

Speaking at the 1999 Christian Business Men's Lunch in Milwaukee, WI, Pollard notes that in the midst of rapid social chance Christians in the business world can continue to live out their faith by taking a person-centered approach to corporate endeavors.


Images Of The Body In The Life And Death Of A North Indian Catholic Catechist, Mathew N. Schmalz Nov 1999

Images Of The Body In The Life And Death Of A North Indian Catholic Catechist, Mathew N. Schmalz

Religious Studies Faculty Scholarship

A discussion of a Dalit (Untouchable) Catholic catechist and communist activist in India. The article focuses on the use of bhajans by Kabir to articulate a Dalit Christian vision of redemption and salvation. The article also focuses upon Dalit resistances and social activism.


A Chestertonian Approach To Humor, Robert Moore-Jumonville Nov 1999

A Chestertonian Approach To Humor, Robert Moore-Jumonville

Inklings Forever: Published Colloquium Proceedings 1997-2016

As a journalist, G.K. Chesterton used his humor to engage intellectual opponents who might not have otherwise listened. Borrowing from Chesterton’s tone and manner, this paper explores the role of humor in the realms of life, academics and faith as seen in Chesterton’s own writing.


The Atheistic Influences Of The Christian Apologist, Eric Mcglaughlin Nov 1999

The Atheistic Influences Of The Christian Apologist, Eric Mcglaughlin

Inklings Forever: Published Colloquium Proceedings 1997-2016

C.S. Lewis, though considered a great apologist for the Christian faith, did not become a Christian until the age of thirty-one. The many years spent as an atheist not only influenced his writings after his conversion, but allowed him to become a great apologist.


Bridging The Gulf (London), C. William Pollard Oct 1999

Bridging The Gulf (London), C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

Delivered at London's Institute of Directors, this speech emphasizes how ServiceMaster has bridged the gulf between profit-driven business initiatives and ethics by crafting a culture of servant leadership, which in Pollard's case is supported by deep religious commitments.


The Soul Of The Firm (Harleysville, Pa), C. William Pollard Sep 1999

The Soul Of The Firm (Harleysville, Pa), C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

Addressing the Mennonite Homes Association, Pollard considers the role that a clear mission and committed leaders will play in a changing economic environment. In particular, he contends that corporate leaders are called to be first and foremost the servants of those they employ.


Soul Of The Firm: Business As A Christian Calling, C. William Pollard Jun 1999

Soul Of The Firm: Business As A Christian Calling, C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

Pollard delievered this speech at Business '99: An Outstanding Christian Calling, a symposium held by Calvin College (Grand Rapids, MI). In it he speaks of how a holistic focus on people is the bedrock of transforming work into a holy vocation.


Do Ethics And Profit Mix?, C. William Pollard May 1999

Do Ethics And Profit Mix?, C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

In this speech delivered at Judson College (Elgin, IL), Pollard considers the relationship between profit-driven business initiatives and ethics, focusing particularly on how people (i.e., employees and customers) exist as the ethical foundation of any business.


Preaching For Discipleship In An Emerging Postmodern Culture, Paul D. Clines May 1999

Preaching For Discipleship In An Emerging Postmodern Culture, Paul D. Clines

ATS Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Speech At Park Ridge Prayer Breakfast, C. William Pollard Apr 1999

Speech At Park Ridge Prayer Breakfast, C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

In this speech delivered at the Park Ridge Prayer Breakfast in Park Ridge, IL, Pollard considers the integration of Christian faith and business.


Faith And Work, C. William Pollard Mar 1999

Faith And Work, C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

In this speech at the Laity Lodge Leadership Forum (The Cloister - Sea Island, GA), Pollard outlines his vision of work as ministry.


Into The Body Of Another: Eros, Embodiment And Intimacy With The Natural World, Douglas E. Christie Jan 1999

Into The Body Of Another: Eros, Embodiment And Intimacy With The Natural World, Douglas E. Christie

Theological Studies Faculty Works

Discusses individuals' inhabitation of spaces between the human and more-than-human worlds as a way to enrich one's spirituality. Charged liminal space; Mental habit of dualism; Rehabilitation of imagination and language; Recovery of the language of eros; Deeper sense of relationship with the living world.


Assessing Marital Closeness Of Christian Married Couples Through Communication Instruction In The Local Church, Nina Lagreeta Davis Conner Jan 1999

Assessing Marital Closeness Of Christian Married Couples Through Communication Instruction In The Local Church, Nina Lagreeta Davis Conner

ATS Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Taming Technology: Harnessing The Power Of Computers In The Ministry Of The Church, C. Milton Lowe Jan 1999

Taming Technology: Harnessing The Power Of Computers In The Ministry Of The Church, C. Milton Lowe

ATS Dissertations

No abstract provided.


African-American Baptist Churches In Hanover County, Virginia, 1865-1900, Melinda Dawn Gales Jan 1999

African-American Baptist Churches In Hanover County, Virginia, 1865-1900, Melinda Dawn Gales

Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this thesis is to examine rural African-American vernacular Baptist churches built in the years following the Civil War. The case study is centered in Hanover County, Virginia, because of the county's strategic location inrelation to the capital of the Confederacy in Richmond. Due to the overwhelming number of slaves, Anglo-Americans attempted to suppress African identity by forcing slaves to attend Anglo-American churches. A number of African-American congregations were secretly organized during the time of slavery. Until the fall of Richmond in spring 1865, African-Americans were not allowed to assemble publicly without Anglo-American supervision. In the years ...


Urgency And Finality: The Essence Of Millennial Belief, Norman H. Young Jan 1999

Urgency And Finality: The Essence Of Millennial Belief, Norman H. Young

Theology Papers and Journal Articles

The author discusses the three main viewpoints and two serious practical flaws of the thousand year period mentioned in Rev 20:1-10 (vv. 2,3,4,5,6,7), usually referred to as the millennium.


Attitudes Toward Sexuality And Spiritual Well-Being Among Nazarene Pastors In The English-Speaking Caribbean, Rhonda L. Carrim Jan 1999

Attitudes Toward Sexuality And Spiritual Well-Being Among Nazarene Pastors In The English-Speaking Caribbean, Rhonda L. Carrim

ATS Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Biblical Terrorism: With A Platonic Deconstruction, Howard P. Kainz Jan 1999

Biblical Terrorism: With A Platonic Deconstruction, Howard P. Kainz

Philosophy Faculty Research and Publications

No abstract provided.