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Regis University Magazine Vol 4 No 1 Fall, 1995 Oct 1995

Regis University Magazine Vol 4 No 1 Fall, 1995

Regis Alumni Publications

Regis University Alumni Magazine


Who Are You And What Do You Want? (Elgin, Il), C. William Pollard Sep 1995

Who Are You And What Do You Want? (Elgin, Il), C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

In this semi-autobiographical chapel address at Judson College, Pollard addresses the question of vocation. Rather than simply being synonymous with "career," he contends that vocation is the specific way one is called to actualize faith in daily life.


Who Owns This Place? (Elkhorn, Wi), C. William Pollard Sep 1995

Who Owns This Place? (Elkhorn, Wi), C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

Pollard gave this speech at a banquet in honor of Faith Christian School's (Elkhorn, WI) fifteenth anniversary. In it he speaks of the dangers posed by an increasingly amoral world, noting thereby the importance of training students to be hopeful people committed to serving the greater good.


Regis University Magazine Vol 4 No 4 Summer, 1995 Jul 1995

Regis University Magazine Vol 4 No 4 Summer, 1995

Regis Alumni Publications

Regis University Alumni Magazine


Regis University Magazine Vol 4 No 3 Spring, 1995 Mar 1995

Regis University Magazine Vol 4 No 3 Spring, 1995

Regis Alumni Publications

Regis University Alumni Magazine


The Theological Foundations Of The Christian Liberal Arts In Relation To The Distinctives Of The Christian Liberal Arts College/University, Stephen T. Franklin Mar 1995

The Theological Foundations Of The Christian Liberal Arts In Relation To The Distinctives Of The Christian Liberal Arts College/University, Stephen T. Franklin

Faculty Scholarship – Theology

This article explores the implications of the doctrines of creation, sin, and redemption for the Christian liberal arts and attempts to clarify the distinctive nature of the liberal arts by examining the notions of a trade, discipline, and profession. The conclusion draws these various threads into a suggestion for improving the integration of faith and learning in Christian liberal arts institutions.


What Bernard Lonergan Learned From Susanne K. Langer, Richard Liddy Jan 1995

What Bernard Lonergan Learned From Susanne K. Langer, Richard Liddy

Department of Religion Publications

No abstract provided.


Communication & Faith, Robert Heinemann Jan 1995

Communication & Faith, Robert Heinemann

Faculty Scholarship Papers

Messiah College faculty scholarship papers : submitted by faculty in partial fulfillment of the requirements for promotion to the rank of professor


'That's Scripture, Ain't It?' - Evangelicals And Reading The Bible In The Midst Of Human Cultures, Douglas Jacobsen Jan 1995

'That's Scripture, Ain't It?' - Evangelicals And Reading The Bible In The Midst Of Human Cultures, Douglas Jacobsen

Faculty Scholarship Papers

Messiah College faculty scholarship papers : submitted by faculty in partial fulfillment of the requirements for promotion to the rank of professor


An Essay On The Integration Of Faith And Learning, John Harles Jan 1995

An Essay On The Integration Of Faith And Learning, John Harles

Faculty Scholarship Papers

Messiah College faculty scholarship papers : submitted by faculty in partial fulfillment of the requirements for promotion to the rank of professor

From a Christian perspective, politics is an especially appropriate field of study. Theologically speaking, the pursuit of political knowledge is part of an attempt to understand God's truth regarding the organization of social. life, government a manifestation of God's providence for the human condition. Political theorists with religious sensibilities--Augustine, Aquinas, Luther, Calvin, Mornay, Locke, among the most prominent­-have often maintained that the state is in some sense a divinely ordained institution, that political legitimacy turns on ...


An Exploration Of Gender Issues And The Role Of The Outsider In Women's Education Programs In Muslim Communities Case Studies In Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Senegal, And Yemen, Jode Lynne Walp Jan 1995

An Exploration Of Gender Issues And The Role Of The Outsider In Women's Education Programs In Muslim Communities Case Studies In Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Senegal, And Yemen, Jode Lynne Walp

Master's Capstone Projects

No abstract provided.