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Together We Make Football, Timothy Van Soelen Nov 2014

Together We Make Football, Timothy Van Soelen

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"We have paid the culture of sports the ultimate compliment--we study it, we talk about it, we give some of our treasures to it, and we too often imitate it."

Posting about Christians and the role of sports and athletics from In All Things - an online hub committed to the claim that the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ has implications for the entire world.

http://inallthings.org/together-we-make-football/


Love, Creation, Virtue As Models For Environmental Education, Jeff Ploegstra Oct 2014

Love, Creation, Virtue As Models For Environmental Education, Jeff Ploegstra

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A look at how love, creation, and virtue should shape our conversations about the environment and environmental education.


Karl Barth's Mozart: Lessons For Christian Music Education, John Macinnis Oct 2014

Karl Barth's Mozart: Lessons For Christian Music Education, John Macinnis

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The author considers Barth's thoughful and emotional engagement with Mozart's music and argues that "Christian music educators are in a special place for raising similar questions about music's contributions to human flourishing, its roles in personal progress, and the mysteries of common grace in which God's glory can be sounded from even unknowing servants."


Facing Christian America's Sacred Ire: Can Christian Historians Successfully Bridge The Gap Between Professional Integrity And Populist Constituency?, Scott Culpepper Sep 2014

Facing Christian America's Sacred Ire: Can Christian Historians Successfully Bridge The Gap Between Professional Integrity And Populist Constituency?, Scott Culpepper

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Paper presented at the biannual meeting of the Conference on Faith and History held September 24-27, 2014 on the campus of Pepperdine University in Malibu, California.