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Stem Cell Research?: Yes--Out Of Love For The Neighbor, Alan G. Padgett Oct 2003

Stem Cell Research?: Yes--Out Of Love For The Neighbor, Alan G. Padgett

Faculty Publications

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Popular Culture Regained: An Outline Towards A Christian View, Kuk-Won Shin Sep 2003

Popular Culture Regained: An Outline Towards A Christian View, Kuk-Won Shin

Pro Rege

This is one of two papers presented, by Dr. Kuk-Won Shin at a Dordt College mini-lecture series on popular culture, April 14, 2003.


Is There A Christian View Of Everything From Soup To Nuts?, Roy A. Clouser Jun 2003

Is There A Christian View Of Everything From Soup To Nuts?, Roy A. Clouser

Pro Rege

Dr. Roy Clouser gave three lectures (October 21-22) as part of Dordt's 2002 Fall Faculty Lecture Series. The article below, transcribed and revised from his lecture, was the first of three presentations. These included "Is There a Christian View of Everything from Soup to Nuts?"; "How to Teach Technical Courses in a Distinctively Christian Way"; and "How a Christian Perspective Matters in Class."


Professional Or Practitioner? What’S Missing From The Codes?, Brad Kallenberg Jan 2003

Professional Or Practitioner? What’S Missing From The Codes?, Brad Kallenberg

Religious Studies Faculty Publications

Imagine a code of ethics that advocated shady business practices and that the organization proposing the code came under investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice. Imagine further, that the investigation came to trial and the stance taken by the organization was found to be illegal by the highest court of the land. Such a scenario, if true, would raise a host of questions about codes of professional ethics, not the least of which would be “What value, if any, do codes of ethics have for the teaching of ethics?”

Sadly, the above scenario is factual. However, I’m ...