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2003 Highlander Vol 86 No 6 December 8, 2003 Dec 2003

2003 Highlander Vol 86 No 6 December 8, 2003

Highlander - Regis University's Student-Written Newspaper

Regis University Student Newspaper


2003 Highlander Vol 86 No 5 November 17, 2003 Nov 2003

2003 Highlander Vol 86 No 5 November 17, 2003

Highlander - Regis University's Student-Written Newspaper

Regis University Student Newspaper


2003 Highlander Vol 86 No 4 November 3, 2003 Nov 2003

2003 Highlander Vol 86 No 4 November 3, 2003

Highlander - Regis University's Student-Written Newspaper

Regis University Student Newspaper


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.


2003 Highlander Vol 86 No 3 October 22, 2003 Oct 2003

2003 Highlander Vol 86 No 3 October 22, 2003

Highlander - Regis University's Student-Written Newspaper

Regis University Student Newspaper


2003 Highlander Vol 86 No 2 October 6, 2003 Oct 2003

2003 Highlander Vol 86 No 2 October 6, 2003

Highlander - Regis University's Student-Written Newspaper

Regis University Student Newspaper


2003-04 Chapel Schedule, Taylor University Oct 2003

2003-04 Chapel Schedule, Taylor University

Chapel Schedules

No abstract provided.


2003 Highlander Vol 86 No 1 September 22, 2003 Sep 2003

2003 Highlander Vol 86 No 1 September 22, 2003

Highlander - Regis University's Student-Written Newspaper

Regis University Student Newspaper


Towards Understanding The Emergence Of African-American Church Schools: Early Hypotheses And A Research Agenda, Georgia A. Persons Sep 2003

Towards Understanding The Emergence Of African-American Church Schools: Early Hypotheses And A Research Agenda, Georgia A. Persons

Trotter Review

A survey of the Atlanta metropolitan area reveals a growing trend in African-American church sponsored schools. The emergence of these schools is curious in that it is counterintuitive to the protection of the public school system on which the majority of African-Americans rely; the schools are mainly in the suburbs where the public schools offer relatively high standards of education; and there seems to be no public debate accompanying a trend that is likely to have far-reaching public policy implications. In this article, the author discusses the possible reasons for the emergence of these schools and the potential public policy ...


Runner's Impact On The Academy And Beyond: Personal Reflections, Al Wolters Sep 2003

Runner's Impact On The Academy And Beyond: Personal Reflections, Al Wolters

Pro Rege

The following article was the opening keynote address presented by Dr. Al Wolters at the Runner Legacy Conference held at Redeemer University College in Ancaster, Ontario, on October 4, 2002. The conference was jointly sponsored by Calvin College, Dordt College, Trinity Christian College, The Institute for Christian Studies, The King's University College, and Redeemer University College.


Give Thanks For H. Evan Runner, Keith C. Sewell Sep 2003

Give Thanks For H. Evan Runner, Keith C. Sewell

Pro Rege

This tribute was written in memory of Dr. H. Evan Runner, Professor of Philosophy at Calvin College from 1951-1981. Dr. Runner was "in many ways... responsible for the creation of the ICS [Institute for Christian Studies] in Toronto," and "gave inspirational leadership to the Association for the Advancement of Christian Scholarship (AACS) in Canada" (Phil de Haan, Chimes, 3/29/03).


Coinage Of A Dordt Degree, Calvin Jongsma Sep 2003

Coinage Of A Dordt Degree, Calvin Jongsma

Pro Rege

This article is the 2001 Dordt College commencement address by Dr. Calvin Jongsma.


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 Latter-Day Saint Perspective On Evaluation, Courtney Miriam Glenn Peck Jul 2003

A Latter-Day Saint Perspective On Evaluation, Courtney Miriam Glenn Peck

Theses and Dissertations

Evaluation scholars argue that evaluation as a discipline has traditionally rested on the assumption that knowledge should and can be evaluated objectively. As a result, evaluation has focused too much on techniques and methods, becoming paramountly an objective and technical enterprise that disregards any personal or moral responsibility that evaluators have.

How would a Latter-day Saint perspective of evaluation reframe evaluation as a moral rather than technical enterprise? The doctrine of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints provides powerful insights for evaluation that place moral responsibility in the forefront of evaluation. Knowledge in an LDS perspective is not ...


We Have Heard It Said: Reflections On Christian Engineering Scholarship, Murat Tanyel Jun 2003

We Have Heard It Said: Reflections On Christian Engineering Scholarship, Murat Tanyel

Pro Rege

No abstract provided.


Learning To Teach From Within A Christian Perspective, John H. Kok Jun 2003

Learning To Teach From Within A Christian Perspective, John H. Kok

Pro Rege

Dr. John H. Kok presented this paper at the IAPCHE conference at Hilltop University in Mikar, Nigeria, in 1999.


Educational Framework Of Dordt College, Calvin Jongsma, Hubert R. Krygsman Jun 2003

Educational Framework Of Dordt College, Calvin Jongsma, Hubert R. Krygsman

Pro Rege

The Educational Framework of Dordt College, coauthored by Calvin Jongsma and Hubert Krygsman, with feedback from members of Dordt College's General Education Committee and Curriculum Committee, was adopted by the Dordt College Faculty Assembly in August, 1993. This document was used as a reference in the previous article by Dr. John Kok.


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.


Explore, Fall 2003, Vol. 7, No. 1: War, Ignatian Center For Jesuit Education Jan 2003

Explore, Fall 2003, Vol. 7, No. 1: War, Ignatian Center For Jesuit Education

explore

Contents: Letter from the Director; Preemptive War: The legal and moral implications of the Bush and Rumsfeld doctrines; Civil Liberties in the U.S.: Why they matter in a post-9/11 world; The Consequences of War: Iraq, a case study; A Dialog: War and Peace in the 21st Century; Ethics and War in Comparative Religious Perspective; Middle East Anthropology and the Preemptive Strike”One American's painful journey; Bannan Grant Report: Clergy Sexual Abuse and the Catholic Church: What do we know and where do we need to go?; Coming Events; Santa Clara Lecture; Bannan Center ; Next Issue


Explore, Spring 2003, Vol. 6, No. 2: Vocation, Ignatian Center For Jesuit Education Jan 2003

Explore, Spring 2003, Vol. 6, No. 2: Vocation, Ignatian Center For Jesuit Education

explore

Contents: Letter from the Director; Discovering the Path: Santa Clara's New Initiative on Vocation; Is Engineering My Vocation?; Vocation as Occupation, Inclination, and Parental Influence; Confessions; Vocation of Presence; An Ignatian Faculty Forum; Bannan Grant Report: Entering Personal and Global Converations: Linked Classes in Xavier RLC 32; Justice Conference Report ; Globalization Conference Report; Coming Events; Santa Clara Lecture; Western Conversations; Next Issue


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


A Qualitative Study Examining The Leadership Of The Executive Board Of The Black Ministerial Alliance Of Greater Boston, Joanne Lynn Allen-Willoughby Jan 2003

A Qualitative Study Examining The Leadership Of The Executive Board Of The Black Ministerial Alliance Of Greater Boston, Joanne Lynn Allen-Willoughby

Educational Studies Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to examine leadership in the faith-based community from the perspective of six members of the Executive Board of the Black Ministerial Alliance of Greater Boston. Using portraiture methodology the research qualitatively examined leadership through the lived experiences of four male, and two female members of the board by: • defining leadership. • examining the role of the Black Church as an institution. • investigating the personal and professional influences that affect leadership. • examining the role the Black Ministerial Alliance of Greater Boston as an organization has on ones leadership. • determining what, in terms of leadership, led to ...


Effects Of Student Ontological Position On Cognition Of Human Origins, Jeremy Ervin Jan 2003

Effects Of Student Ontological Position On Cognition Of Human Origins, Jeremy Ervin

Faculty Dissertations

In this study, the narratives from a hermeneutical dialectic cycle of three high school students were analyzed to understand the influences of ontological position on the learning of human origins. The interpretation of the narratives provides the reader an opportunity to consider the learning process from the perspective of worldview and conceptual change theories. Questions guiding this research include: Within a context of a worldview, what is the range of ontological positions among a high school AP biology class? To what extent does ontological position influence the learning of scientific concepts about human origins? If a student’s ontological position ...


The Current Setting Of The Evolution/Creation Debate In American Public Schools, Bradley Doyle Reynolds Jan 2003

The Current Setting Of The Evolution/Creation Debate In American Public Schools, Bradley Doyle Reynolds

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

No abstract provided.