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Full Issue, Number 50, Fall 2019 Oct 2019

Full Issue, Number 50, Fall 2019

Intersections

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From The Publisher, Mark Wilhelm Oct 2019

From The Publisher, Mark Wilhelm

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From The Editor, Jason Mahn Oct 2019

From The Editor, Jason Mahn

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Making Diversity Matter: Inclusion Is The Key, Dr. Monica Smith Oct 2019

Making Diversity Matter: Inclusion Is The Key, Dr. Monica Smith

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The Perils And Promise Of Privilege, Guy Nave Oct 2019

The Perils And Promise Of Privilege, Guy Nave

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The Vocation Of White People In A Racist Society, Caryn D. Riswold Oct 2019

The Vocation Of White People In A Racist Society, Caryn D. Riswold

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Learning The Language Of Inclusive Pedagogy, David Thompson Oct 2019

Learning The Language Of Inclusive Pedagogy, David Thompson

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The "V" Word: Different Dimensions Of Vocation In A Religiously Diverse Classroom, Martha E. Stortz Oct 2019

The "V" Word: Different Dimensions Of Vocation In A Religiously Diverse Classroom, Martha E. Stortz

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The American Myth Of White Supremacy: A Review Of Myths America Lives By, Susan Vanzanten Oct 2019

The American Myth Of White Supremacy: A Review Of Myths America Lives By, Susan Vanzanten

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Seeing In A New Way: A Meditation, Rev. Kara Baylor Oct 2019

Seeing In A New Way: A Meditation, Rev. Kara Baylor

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Conciliatory And Queer: The Radical Love Of Lutheran Higher Education, Kiki Kosnick, Sharon Varallo Oct 2019

Conciliatory And Queer: The Radical Love Of Lutheran Higher Education, Kiki Kosnick, Sharon Varallo

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Twenty-Sixth Annual Vocation Of Lutheran Higher Education Conference Oct 2019

Twenty-Sixth Annual Vocation Of Lutheran Higher Education Conference

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David Edwin Harrell, Jr. Papers, 1923-2017, David Edwin Harrell Jr Sep 2019

David Edwin Harrell, Jr. Papers, 1923-2017, David Edwin Harrell Jr

Center for Restoration Studies Archives, Manuscripts and Personal Papers Finding Aids

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Following Faith Commitments: Adventist Higher Educationtransitiontheory, Larry D. Burton, Josephine Katenga, Christine A. Moniyung Sep 2019

Following Faith Commitments: Adventist Higher Educationtransitiontheory, Larry D. Burton, Josephine Katenga, Christine A. Moniyung

Larry D. Burton

Christian universities are generally tuition-driven and thus enrollment dependent. This is true of the Seventh-day Adventist higher education system as well.Previous research on Seventh-day Adventist university enrollment revealed and underrepresentation of graduates from public high schools in comparison to graduates of Christian high schools. The purpose of this study was to develop a working theory to explain how graduates of public high schools successfully transition into Adventist universities. Using a pragmatic grounded theory design, we interviewed 18 participants who had experienced such a transition. Progressing in a constant-comparative manner, research team members analyzed the interviews through multiple rounds and ...


The Canons Of Dordt As A Missional Document, Lyle Bierma Sep 2019

The Canons Of Dordt As A Missional Document, Lyle Bierma

Pro Rege

Editor's Note: Dr. Lyle Bierma presented this paper at the Prodigal Love of God Conference, sponsored by Dordt University and co-sponsored by the Lilly Fellowship Program as a regional conference, April 2019, at Dordt University, in celebration of the 400th anniversary of the Canons of Dort.

In the subsequent articles, Dordt and Dort will be used interchangeably.


Farewell To Kuyper Scholars, Carl P. Fictorie Sep 2019

Farewell To Kuyper Scholars, Carl P. Fictorie

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Editor's Note: Dr. Carl Fictorie, co-director with Dr. Mary Dengler for the Kuyper Scholars Program, made this presentation at the KSP Farewell Party, hosted by the Kuyper Scholars, on May 8, 2019.


Analyzing Millennial Student Perceptions Of Spiritual Development While Attending Religious Colleges In The United States, Gregory Thomas Adams Jul 2019

Analyzing Millennial Student Perceptions Of Spiritual Development While Attending Religious Colleges In The United States, Gregory Thomas Adams

Doctoral Dissertations and Projects

The purpose of this study was to measure the perceived degree of spiritual development of graduating seniors at 26 denominational religious colleges and universities in the United States to analyze the possible effects of secularization on religious colleges. The study focused on the Millennial religious college student and suggests an approach towards improving the academic environment at religious colleges to promote a positive atmosphere for improving spiritual development. A question on the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) was analyzed over an eight-year period to determine student and denominational college trends. The researcher determined the degree of perceived spiritual growth ...


So You Are Thinking About Reading Moby-Dick..., Joshua Matthews Jun 2019

So You Are Thinking About Reading Moby-Dick..., Joshua Matthews

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Editor’s Note: In May 2017, fourteen Dordt College (now University) professors, co-led by Dr. Josh Matthews and Dr. Walker Cosgrove, gathered for three hours a day to talk about Moby-Dick. These professors came from the disciplines of theology, literature, law, chemistry, biology, history, and psychology. This was the second of the annual “Great Texts” seminar that we hold during the summers, which are week-long discussions of important and influential books. This post introduces a series on Moby-Dick that developed from that seminar.


Melville's Moby-Dick: A Lesson In Reading, Mary Dengler Jun 2019

Melville's Moby-Dick: A Lesson In Reading, Mary Dengler

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Editor’s Note: Dr. Dengler wrote this paper as a response to the summer seminar for faculty at Dordt College (now University), summer of 2017.


Science Vs. Faith: The Great False Dichotomy, Ben Hayes, Sacha Walicord Jun 2019

Science Vs. Faith: The Great False Dichotomy, Ben Hayes, Sacha Walicord

Pro Rege

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A Focus On "The Fossil Whale" From Moby-Dick, Channon Visscher Jun 2019

A Focus On "The Fossil Whale" From Moby-Dick, Channon Visscher

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Editor’s Note: This article was written for presentation at the faculty seminar on Herman Melville’s Moby-Dick, in May of 2017, at Dordt College (now University).


Pursuing The White Whale: Why Christians Should Read Moby-Dick, Raymond Ide Jun 2019

Pursuing The White Whale: Why Christians Should Read Moby-Dick, Raymond Ide

Pro Rege

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Some Thoughts On Government And Constitution From The Protestant Perspective, Zsolt Szabo Jun 2019

Some Thoughts On Government And Constitution From The Protestant Perspective, Zsolt Szabo

Pro Rege

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Who Is My Neighbor?, Matt Vos Jun 2019

Who Is My Neighbor?, Matt Vos

Pro Rege

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Tony Yang, Tony Yang May 2019

Tony Yang, Tony Yang

Summer 2019

A recent Stories of Andrews piece featured Tony Yang, our associate vice president for Marketing & Enrollment Management and chief marketing officer. See the ways God has moved in Tony’s life at andrews.edu/stories

Andrea Luxton


Full Issue, Number 49, Spring 2019 May 2019

Full Issue, Number 49, Spring 2019

Intersections

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Turabian Citations From The Theological Journal Library, Randy L. Miller May 2019

Turabian Citations From The Theological Journal Library, Randy L. Miller

Faculty Publications and Presentations

The Theological Journal Library for Galaxie is a tremendous source for conservative scholarly theological and biblical journal articles. However, the database doesn’t provide suggested Turabian citations. This handout tells how to develop properly formatted bibliography and footnote entries, including determining the inclusive pages for the entire article.


Interview Of Fred J. Foley, Jr., Ph.D., Fred J. Foley Ph.D., Jeanmarie Turner May 2019

Interview Of Fred J. Foley, Jr., Ph.D., Fred J. Foley Ph.D., Jeanmarie Turner

All Oral Histories

Dr. Fred Foley, Jr. was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in December of 1946. His parents were Fred Joseph Foley and Doris Nelson Foley. He moved to the Philadelphia area with his family when he was four years old. He is married, has three children and four grandchildren. He lived in Delaware County growing up. Dr. Foley attended St. Andrew's Grade School and Monsignor Bonner High School for Boys. He attended St. Joseph’s College as an undergrad majoring in Politics. He graduated with a B.A. in Politics in 1968. He attended Princeton University for his Master’s and ...


About The Cover And Artist May 2019

About The Cover And Artist

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Rooted And Open : Background, Purpose, And Challenges, Mark Wilhelm May 2019

Rooted And Open : Background, Purpose, And Challenges, Mark Wilhelm

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