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Privilege Of Being A Christian Artist, James Buswell Sep 2006

Privilege Of Being A Christian Artist, James Buswell

Pro Rege

James Buswell developed this paper, at the request of Pro Rege and the faculty of Dordt College, from his presentation at our eighth and final Jubilee Convocation, April 25, 2005.


In Search Of A Starting Point: And A Method For Interdisciplinary Studies In The Context Of Christian Theism, William D. Dennison Sep 2006

In Search Of A Starting Point: And A Method For Interdisciplinary Studies In The Context Of Christian Theism, William D. Dennison

Pro Rege

This article includes the preface and Chapter 4 from an unpublished monograph by Dr. William D. Dennison.


Transformation, James C. Schaap Sep 2006

Transformation, James C. Schaap

Pro Rege

This article was presented as the Dordt College Commencement Address, May 5, 2006.


Every Tribe, Language, People, And Nation, Syd Hielema Jun 2006

Every Tribe, Language, People, And Nation, Syd Hielema

Pro Rege

This article was originally an address presented by Dr. Hielema at the Heartland Christian Educators’ Convention at Dordt College, October 2005.


Globalization And The Christian Community, Duane Bajema Mar 2006

Globalization And The Christian Community, Duane Bajema

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No abstract provided.


Understandable Worry, Understandable Frustration: The Christian Reformed Church's Long Journey From One College To Multiple Colleges: 1916-1962, Nicholas Davelaar Mar 2006

Understandable Worry, Understandable Frustration: The Christian Reformed Church's Long Journey From One College To Multiple Colleges: 1916-1962, Nicholas Davelaar

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No abstract provided.


Abraham Kuyper In The White House? Why Dordt Isn't So Far From Washington, Dc, Stanley Carlson-Thies Mar 2006

Abraham Kuyper In The White House? Why Dordt Isn't So Far From Washington, Dc, Stanley Carlson-Thies

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This paper was originally an address, delivered by Dr. Stanley Carlson–Thies at the Dordt College Spring Convocation, January 12, 2006.