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Reforming Christian Higher Education: Why Christian Colleges And Universities Need Reformation Theology, Javier Garcia Mar 2020

Reforming Christian Higher Education: Why Christian Colleges And Universities Need Reformation Theology, Javier Garcia

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


The Toughest Question About Christian Ed, Leah A. Zuidema Mar 2019

The Toughest Question About Christian Ed, Leah A. Zuidema

Dordt Voice, 2016-

No abstract provided.


Fifty Years Later, The Class Of '68 Remembers, James C. Schaap Nov 2018

Fifty Years Later, The Class Of '68 Remembers, James C. Schaap

Dordt Voice, 2016-

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New Mpa Program Will Equip Dordt Students For Public Service, Lydia Marcus Jul 2017

New Mpa Program Will Equip Dordt Students For Public Service, Lydia Marcus

Dordt Voice, 2016-

No abstract provided.


At The Table: An Education In Giving, Karen Van Schouwen Jun 2017

At The Table: An Education In Giving, Karen Van Schouwen

Dordt Voice, 2016-

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Case For Christian Higher Education: Two-Year Technical Programs, Too, Joel K. Sikkema Oct 2016

Case For Christian Higher Education: Two-Year Technical Programs, Too, Joel K. Sikkema

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"The importance of today’s professional-technical vocations is critical to the collective work for Christ in today’s world. People serving in these fields are truly at the front lines, responding to God’s word with their hearts, minds, and hands."

Posting about the need for Christian technical training from In All Things - an online hub committed to the claim that the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ has implications for the entire world.

http://inallthings.org/the-case-for-christian-higher-education-two-year-technical-programs-too/


Religion In The Early British Literature Classroom: The Challenges Of Teaching Religion And Literature To Students Of Faith, Bob De Smith Jan 2016

Religion In The Early British Literature Classroom: The Challenges Of Teaching Religion And Literature To Students Of Faith, Bob De Smith

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Practical Applications Of An Integrally Christian Approach To Teaching Mathematics, Valorie L. Zonnefeld Jun 2015

Practical Applications Of An Integrally Christian Approach To Teaching Mathematics, Valorie L. Zonnefeld

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Descriptions of various frameworks and approaches to integrating Christian faith in the mathematics classroom are explored, as well as examples and techniques. In particular, a subject-centered approach is advocated in contrast to the traditional teacher-centered approach or, more recently, the student-centered approach.


Faithful Education And Healthy Community: Some Thoughts On Education For A Kingdom Perspective, Daniel K. Chinn Mar 2014

Faithful Education And Healthy Community: Some Thoughts On Education For A Kingdom Perspective, Daniel K. Chinn

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Global Awareness And Engagement: New Opportunities For Christian Higher Education, David S. Dockery Jun 2011

Global Awareness And Engagement: New Opportunities For Christian Higher Education, David S. Dockery

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Dr. David S. Dockery originally presented this paper as the spring convocation address at Dordt College, January 14, 2011.


Christian Practices As Counter Discourses: Foucault, Barth, And The Discourse Of Higher Education, Jason Lief Sep 2010

Christian Practices As Counter Discourses: Foucault, Barth, And The Discourse Of Higher Education, Jason Lief

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Jason Lief presented this paper at the Teaching, Learning, and Christian Practices Conference, held at Calvin College in October 2009.


Our Academic Tasks And The Cosmic Gospel Economy: What Difference Does Being A Christian Make In The Study Of The Krebs Cycle?, Tim Morris Mar 2009

Our Academic Tasks And The Cosmic Gospel Economy: What Difference Does Being A Christian Make In The Study Of The Krebs Cycle?, Tim Morris

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No abstract provided.


Vision With A Passion, Sung Soo Kim Sep 2008

Vision With A Passion, Sung Soo Kim

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This paper was presented by Dr. Sung Soo Kim at the Spring Convocation of Dordt College, January 17, 2008.


Dordt Convocation Address: Spring 2007, Duane Litfin Sep 2008

Dordt Convocation Address: Spring 2007, Duane Litfin

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This address was presented by Dr. Duane Litfin at the 2007 Spring Convocation of Dordt College.


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

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

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


Defining The Phenomenon Of Teaching Christianly At A Christian College: A Study Conducted At Dordt College, Barb Hoekstra May 2005

Defining The Phenomenon Of Teaching Christianly At A Christian College: A Study Conducted At Dordt College, Barb Hoekstra

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Despite the high value that Christian colleges place on teaching, there is scant literature on teaching christianly in higher education. Pedagogy that promotes Christian beliefs resides in the K-12 literature. Using the work of Van Brummelen (1988) and Van Dyk (2000) originally developed for teaching christianly at the K-12 level, a conceptual framework was developed. This study investigated what it means to teach christianly at a small Christian college. A qualitative, phenomenological approach was used to explore teachers’ perceptions and beliefs about teaching christianly in higher education. A criterion sampling strategy was used in selecting 10 participants who had the ...


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

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

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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

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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.


Reformational Christian Philosophy And Christian College Education, Calvin Seerveld Mar 2002

Reformational Christian Philosophy And Christian College Education, Calvin Seerveld

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No abstract provided.


Improvising Inside The Whole Story, Syd Hielema Sep 2001

Improvising Inside The Whole Story, Syd Hielema

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This paper was presented to the B. J. Haan Education Conference held at Dordt College in March 2001.


Creativity And Christian Education, John B. Hulst Dec 1987

Creativity And Christian Education, John B. Hulst

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No abstract provided.


Calvinistic Philosophy And The Relation Between Liberal Education And Vocational Training, John Van Dyk Dec 1986

Calvinistic Philosophy And The Relation Between Liberal Education And Vocational Training, John Van Dyk

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No abstract provided.


Christian Higher Education In Global Perspective: A Call To Ongoing Reformation, Gordon Spykman Jun 1983

Christian Higher Education In Global Perspective: A Call To Ongoing Reformation, Gordon Spykman

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Adaptation of an address given at the International Association for Reformed Faith and Action Conference, given at Zeist, The Netherlands, August, 1982.


Implications Of A Reformed Biblical View Of Life For Education: A Restatement, Larry Reynolds, Jack Fennema Dec 1980

Implications Of A Reformed Biblical View Of Life For Education: A Restatement, Larry Reynolds, Jack Fennema

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No abstract provided.


Modern Scientific Enterprise, Russell W. Maatman Jun 1979

Modern Scientific Enterprise, Russell W. Maatman

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No abstract provided.


Light Of The World And The Significance Of Dordt, John C. Vander Stelt Dec 1975

Light Of The World And The Significance Of Dordt, John C. Vander Stelt

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No abstract provided.


Leadership And The Christian Community, John B. Hulst Mar 1975

Leadership And The Christian Community, John B. Hulst

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This article was the keynote address delivered by Rev. Hulst to the National Union of Christian Schools Convention at York University in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on August 7, 1974.


Whence And Whither: A Resume Of Government-Education Relations In America, Louis Y. Van Dyke Sep 1974

Whence And Whither: A Resume Of Government-Education Relations In America, Louis Y. Van Dyke

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No abstract provided.


Authority In Christian Higher Education, John B. Hulst Jun 1973

Authority In Christian Higher Education, John B. Hulst

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No abstract provided.


Our Plan, Gerard Van Groningen Nov 1972

Our Plan, Gerard Van Groningen

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The editor lays out the plans for this new publication which include presenting "10-20 pages of informative and challenging reading material which we sincerely hope will motivate and inspire you to think, reflect and express yourself. In each issue there is to be an editorial, a few articles (each not more than 3-5 pages) on a variety of topics related to Christian education, a report from the campus and review(s) of noteworthy books (on occasion and if space permits)."