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Religion And Education: Walking The Line In Public Schools, Joanne M. Marshall Nov 2003

Religion And Education: Walking The Line In Public Schools, Joanne M. Marshall

Education Publications

In recent years religion has moved out of the private sphere and into the public square. Whether it’s the invocation for God to bless America, the sudden interest in Islam, or the tale of Alabama Judge Roy Moore and the Ten Commandments, religion and its impact on our world have become less private and more public. Therefore, teachers who wish to involve their students with the world around them must also address religious topics in their classrooms.


Regis University Magazine Vol 12 No 1 Summer, 2003 Jul 2003

Regis University Magazine Vol 12 No 1 Summer, 2003

Regis Alumni Publications

Regis University Alumni Magazine


A Charge To Keep, C. William Pollard May 2003

A Charge To Keep, C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

In this address at the Emmanuel University's (Oradea, Romania) 2003 commencement ceremony, Pollard encourages the graduating seniors to see themselves as going out to serve and engage the world for Christ in whatever field of work they may enter.


Child Evangelism Fellowship Of Warren County, Kentucky (Mss 128), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Mar 2003

Child Evangelism Fellowship Of Warren County, Kentucky (Mss 128), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Collection 128. Correspondence, papers, financial records, minutes, essays written by children, etc., of the Child Evangelism Fellowship, Warren County, Kentucky, which was part of an international religious organization.


Professional Development Policies And Practices In Schools Affiliated With The Association Of Christian Schools International, Scot Headley Jan 2003

Professional Development Policies And Practices In Schools Affiliated With The Association Of Christian Schools International, Scot Headley

Faculty Publications - School of Education

This is a report of survey research conducted among administrators of schools belonging to the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) regarding their professional development policies and practices. Schools from five states in the northwest region of the United States were included in the study. Three categories of policies and practices were identified: supporting individual growth, supporting group growth and those supporting both. We offer recommendations both for professional practice and further research.


L'Etica Di Lonergan, Richard Liddy Jan 2003

L'Etica Di Lonergan, Richard Liddy

Department of Religion Publications

No abstract provided.


Lonergan's Ethics, Richard Liddy Jan 2003

Lonergan's Ethics, Richard Liddy

Department of Religion Publications

No abstract provided.


"A Shower Of Insights" Autobiography And Intellectual Conversion, Richard Liddy Jan 2003

"A Shower Of Insights" Autobiography And Intellectual Conversion, Richard Liddy

Department of Religion Publications

No abstract provided.


Epiphanies Of Faith Within The Academy: A Narrative Study Of The Dynamics Of Faith With Undergraduate Students Involved In Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, Cynthia Wells Jan 2003

Epiphanies Of Faith Within The Academy: A Narrative Study Of The Dynamics Of Faith With Undergraduate Students Involved In Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, Cynthia Wells

Higher Education Faculty Scholarship

This narrative study describes the faith dynamics of undergraduate students involved in the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF) at a secular university. Nine students were interviewed using the Faith Development Interview—interview protocol developed by Moseley, Jarvis, and Fowler in 1993—and a Faith Experience Interview designed by the researcher of the current study. Analysis within the overlapping experiences of the IVCF and the university identified nine phenomena that influence epiphanies of faith. Three are evident within the IVCF context—affiliations of faith, mentors of faith, and choosing into faith. Inductive study, retreats, peer relationships, and staff advisers challenge and support ...


Faith, Reason, And The Text: The Return Of The Middle Ages In Post Modem Scholarship, Joseph Huffman Jan 2003

Faith, Reason, And The Text: The Return Of The Middle Ages In Post Modem Scholarship, Joseph Huffman

Faculty Scholarship Papers

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


The Sacred And The Secular: Aligning A Marianist Mission With Professional Standards Of Practice In An Educational Leadership Doctorial Program, Darla J. Twale, Carolyn Ridenour Jan 2003

The Sacred And The Secular: Aligning A Marianist Mission With Professional Standards Of Practice In An Educational Leadership Doctorial Program, Darla J. Twale, Carolyn Ridenour

Educational Leadership Faculty Publications

This inquiry was conducted to explore how the characteristics of our university’s religious mission are interwoven into our educational leadership doctoral program and are manifest in the structure and learning experiences that our students encounter. We examined how these characteristics might correspond to or relate to the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC) standards that resulted from national reform initiatives in educational leadership in the mid 1990s. We concluded that the foundations of the PhD program are built solidly on the distinctive characteristics and identity of our founders and are aligned with these professional standards as well. Implications for ...


From The Individual To Individualism: A Critique Of The Helping Professions, Timothy B. Smith, Matthew R. Draper Jan 2003

From The Individual To Individualism: A Critique Of The Helping Professions, Timothy B. Smith, Matthew R. Draper

Faculty Publications

Individualistic values characterize contemporary society and many popular approaches to mental health treatment. This paper critiques the individualistic values embedded in the helping professions that implicitly contradict the teachings ofJesus Christ, the surest foundation for mental health interventions. Members of AMCAP are encouraged to search out and replace problematic values that contradict gospel teachings which have been integrated into contemporary mental health practice.