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Scholars Day Program Of Events 2018, Carl Goodson Honors Program Apr 2018

Scholars Day Program Of Events 2018, Carl Goodson Honors Program

Scholars Day

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Scholars Day Program Of Events 2017, Carl Goodson Honors Program May 2017

Scholars Day Program Of Events 2017, Carl Goodson Honors Program

Scholars Day

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Scholars Day Program Of Events 2015, Carl Goodson Honors Program Jan 2015

Scholars Day Program Of Events 2015, Carl Goodson Honors Program

Scholars Day

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Scholars Day Program Of Events 2014, Carl Goodson Honors Program Jan 2014

Scholars Day Program Of Events 2014, Carl Goodson Honors Program

Scholars Day

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The Relationship Between Natural Law And Mosaic Law In Philo: His On Rewards And Punishments As A Case Study, Clark Whitney Jan 2014

The Relationship Between Natural Law And Mosaic Law In Philo: His On Rewards And Punishments As A Case Study, Clark Whitney

Honors Theses

Living from around 20 B.C. to A.D. 50, Philo of Alexandria, Egypt contributed to the fields of philosophy and religion. In fact, Philo is one of the most significant contributors to our understanding of Hellenistic Judaism and Middle Platonism.. By extension, our understanding of the New Testament (especially the Pauline epistles) is indebted to Philo, because a plethora of the New Testament writings were composed by Jews into Greek language. According to C.D. Yonge, very little is known about Philo's personal life except that he lived in Alexandria, Egypt and came from a family who was ...


Scholars Day Program Of Events 2013, Carl Goodson Honors Program Jan 2013

Scholars Day Program Of Events 2013, Carl Goodson Honors Program

Scholars Day

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Scholars Day Program Of Events 2012, Carl Goodson Honors Program Jan 2012

Scholars Day Program Of Events 2012, Carl Goodson Honors Program

Scholars Day

The 2012 Scholars Day Program of Events lists the presenters and their papers, posters, recitals, theatre scenes, art shows, or theses.


Scholars Day Program Of Events 2011, Carl Goodson Honors Program Jan 2011

Scholars Day Program Of Events 2011, Carl Goodson Honors Program

Scholars Day

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Scholars Day Program Of Events 2010, Carl Goodson Honors Program Jan 2010

Scholars Day Program Of Events 2010, Carl Goodson Honors Program

Scholars Day

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Theological Existentialism, Ronnie Ford, Randy Maxwell, Allen Hampton, Roger Schoeniger, Monte Hollowell Jan 1970

Theological Existentialism, Ronnie Ford, Randy Maxwell, Allen Hampton, Roger Schoeniger, Monte Hollowell

Honors Theses

The Philosophy and Religion Honors Seminar has studied various theological existentialists this semester, and in order to contrast the views of atheistic existentialists, the views of an atheistic philosopher has been presented. The method of presenting the ideas is to find the actual objective facts of human existence, then to find the bases of hope in the human life, and finally to find the existential category that results from the hope that is generated. Sartre is the atheistic philosopher presented, and he finds all the details of life, then he sees these as meaningless, and finally life is presented as ...


The Morality Of Heart Transplants, Ken Brown, Mark Coppenger, Ronnie Ford, Allen Hampton, William Morgan, Roger Schoeniger Jan 1969

The Morality Of Heart Transplants, Ken Brown, Mark Coppenger, Ronnie Ford, Allen Hampton, William Morgan, Roger Schoeniger

Honors Theses

No abstract provided.


Thus Spake Zarathustra, Mark Coppenger Jan 1969

Thus Spake Zarathustra, Mark Coppenger

Honors Theses

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The Philosophy Of Gabriel Marcel, Mark Coppenger Jan 1969

The Philosophy Of Gabriel Marcel, Mark Coppenger

Honors Theses

The first contact I had with the writings of Gabriel Marcel was in his book, Being and Having. The book had the effect of cooling me toward Marcel because so often I really had to struggle to get what he was saying. Next, Homo Viator came a little more easily but was still difficult, especially the parts about hope and Rilke. Finally, I read the two-volume work, The Mystery of Being. The first volume was a lot clearer than the first two books, but in the second volume, I really started to get the feel for his writings. The result ...


The Concept Of Spirit As Related To The Knowledge Of God In The Thought Of Paul Tillich And Nicholas Berdyaev, Wilbur W. Brannon Jan 1967

The Concept Of Spirit As Related To The Knowledge Of God In The Thought Of Paul Tillich And Nicholas Berdyaev, Wilbur W. Brannon

OBU Graduate Theses

The problem of knowing God has not been solely a twentieth century phenomenon, but the current "death of God" theology has brought the problem into focus within the Christian community in terms of secular involvement. A "Christian agnosticism" has emerged from within the Church criticizing archaic ecclesiastical structures and confessions. Those criticisms have been leveled by radical theologians, represented by Altizer, Hamilton, and Van Buren, who have denied for humanity a living God and consequently a knowledge of God.

Modern man has suffered the loss of life's meaning and its supportive Reality. "God", therefore, has become a term without ...