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On Living An Intercultural Life: Reflections Of A Suburban U.S. Soccer Mom 15 Years After Hngr, Laura Hartley Dec 2005

On Living An Intercultural Life: Reflections Of A Suburban U.S. Soccer Mom 15 Years After Hngr, Laura Hartley

Faculty Publications - Department of World Languages, Sociology & Cultural Studies

Reflections on the course of the author's life subsequent to graduating from the Human Need and Global Resources program at Wheaton College.


The Olivetian Volume 73 Number 1, George Andrew Wolfe (Editor) Oct 2005

The Olivetian Volume 73 Number 1, George Andrew Wolfe (Editor)

The Olivetian

The Olivetian is the public relations magazine for Olivet Nazarene University.

"The Culture of Giving," by Michael Benson

"Make It Count," by John C. Bowling

"Campus Receives Summer Facelift," by Kate Morgan

"ONU Reports Record-Breaking Enrollment for Ninth Consecutive Year," by Heather (Quimby) Day

"Board of Trustees Unanimously Grants Bowling Five-Year Renewal," by Heather (quimby) Day

"Olivet Recognized as 'Top Tier' University," by Seth Hurd

"Here Am I, Lord. Send me," by Heather (Quimby) Day


2005-06 Chapel Schedule, Taylor University Oct 2005

2005-06 Chapel Schedule, Taylor University

Chapel Schedules

No abstract provided.


Historical Studies And Creational Development: Constructing A History Program In Light Of A Reformed Perspective, Paul Otto Sep 2005

Historical Studies And Creational Development: Constructing A History Program In Light Of A Reformed Perspective, Paul Otto

Pro Rege

Dr. Otto presented this paper at Covenant College in the spring of 2002.


What Directs Graphic Design?, David Versluis Sep 2005

What Directs Graphic Design?, David Versluis

Pro Rege

David Versluis presented this paper at The Bauhaus and Beyond: The Shape of Design Education Conference, April 8-10, 2005, at the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, Iowa.


Fifty Years Later, Nicholas Wolterstorff Sep 2005

Fifty Years Later, Nicholas Wolterstorff

Pro Rege

This paper originated in an address presented at the March 8, 2005, Jubilee convocation at Dordt College, celebrating Dordt’s fiftieth anniversary.


What's A Dordt?, John B. Hulst Sep 2005

What's A Dordt?, John B. Hulst

Pro Rege

This article was presented by Dr. Hulst at the Jubilee Convocation of April 5, 2005, at Dordt College.


The Olivetian Volume 72 Number 4, Brian Allen (Editor) Jul 2005

The Olivetian Volume 72 Number 4, Brian Allen (Editor)

The Olivetian

The Olivetian is the public relations magazine for Olivet Nazarene University.

"From Graduation Ceremonies to the Holocaust," by Michael Benson

"Morning Walks," by John C. Bowling

"The Agenda for Excellence," by Gordon C. Wickersham

"Bowling Makes History," by Gordon C. Wickersham

"Reorganizing Olivet's Academic Departments to Energize New Concepts," by Gordon C. Wickersham

"Youth and Children's Ministry Programs Extend Beyond ONU," by Gary Griffin

"ONU Interpreters Bridge the Continents," by Gordon C. Wickersham


"Whither?" Some Thoughts On The Genre Of Literature In An Electronic Age, James C. Schaap Jun 2005

"Whither?" Some Thoughts On The Genre Of Literature In An Electronic Age, James C. Schaap

Pro Rege

This article was originally presented as a lecture for the MacLaurin Institute, a Christian study center at the University of Minnesota, on January 19, 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

Faculty Work Comprehensive List

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 ...


The Olivetian Volume 72 Number 3, Brian Allen (Editor) Apr 2005

The Olivetian Volume 72 Number 3, Brian Allen (Editor)

The Olivetian

The Olivetian is the public relations magazine for Olivet Nazarene University.

"One Book, One Olivet, One Priority," by Michael Benson

"Finding My Glasses," by John C. Bowling

"(Un)Wired," by Caleb Benoit

"Into Africa: Olivet's Maintenance Crew Sets Up Shop at Africa Nazarene University," by Caleb Benoit

"Shining the Light," by Nancy Ruda


Getting In Line: Justin Martyr, St. Augustine, And The Project Of Integral Christian Scholarship, Robert Sweetman Mar 2005

Getting In Line: Justin Martyr, St. Augustine, And The Project Of Integral Christian Scholarship, Robert Sweetman

Pro Rege

This article is part of a lecture series for The Association of Reformed Institutions of Higher Education (ARIHE), 2004-2005, as well as Ch. 2 in Dr. Robert Sweetman’s upcoming book, Delineations: Re-imaging the Adventure of Integral Christian Scholarship.


Theodore Beza--The Man Next To John Calvin: A Review Essay, Keith C. Sewell Mar 2005

Theodore Beza--The Man Next To John Calvin: A Review Essay, Keith C. Sewell

Pro Rege

Reviewed Titles: Scott M. Manetsch, Theodore Beza and the Quest for Peace in France, 1572-1598. (Studies in Medieval and Reformation Thought # 79), Leiden: Brill, 2000, ISBN: 90 04 11101 8, xii + 380 pp. Also, Jeffrey Mallinson, Faith, Reason, and Revelation in Theodore Beza, 1519- 1605. (Oxford Theological Monographs), London: Oxford University Press, 2003, ISBN: 0 19 925959 3, 267 pp. Both works include a bibliography.

Correction: Footnote 65. "Calvin and the Stars, Kuyper and the Fossils: Some Historiographical Reflections" (Pro Rege 32.1 [September 2003]: 22.) The credit for translating Abraham Kuyper's "Evolutie" should go to George Kamps; the ...


Go Where The Fish Are, C. William Pollard Jan 2005

Go Where The Fish Are, C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

Pollard delivered this meditation on Luke 5 at the 2005 Council for Christian Colleges and Universities President's Conference in Washington, D.C. In it he contends that one can learn much about leadership from following the example of Christ.


Explore, Spring 2005, Vol. 8, No. 2: Interreligious Dialogue, Ignatian Center For Jesuit Education Jan 2005

Explore, Spring 2005, Vol. 8, No. 2: Interreligious Dialogue, Ignatian Center For Jesuit Education

explore

Contents: Surrender to God; On Being a Familiar Stranger; Religious Harmony; Boundless Practice; Building a Contemplative Community; Interreligious Encounter; Bannan Grant Report: A Dialogue of Faith; Coming Events; Next Issue; Santa Clara Lecture


Explore, Fall 2005, Vol. 8, No. 1: Philanthropy, Ignatian Center For Jesuit Education Jan 2005

Explore, Fall 2005, Vol. 8, No. 1: Philanthropy, Ignatian Center For Jesuit Education

explore

Contents: Philanthropy highlights the power of personal stories; A history of the Bannan family philanthropy; The virtue of generosity; Government spending can be a measure of generosity; Human sympathy can create social justice; Personal stories of Philanthropy; In Memoriam: William Spohn; Poem by James Torrens, S.J.


The Olivetian Volume 73 Number 2, George Andrew Wolfe (Editor) Jan 2005

The Olivetian Volume 73 Number 2, George Andrew Wolfe (Editor)

The Olivetian

The Olivetian is the public relations magazine for Olivet Nazarene University.

"2005 Homecoming," by Kate Morgan

"Olivet and the Liberal Arts," by John C. Bowling

"Going the 'Extra Mile,'" by Heather (Quimby) Day

"Snags in the River of Life," by Michael Benson

"Spanish-Speaking Students in High Demand," by Kate Morgan

"Federal Grant Will Help Put ONU Science Departments on the 'Leading Edge,'" by Heather (Quimby) Day

"National Editor Promotes Ministry by Pursuing Truth and Excellence," by Seth Hurd

"Art in Motion," by Heather (Quimby) Day

"Gift of Life Recorded in New Children's Book," by Kate Morgan


Olivet Nazarene University Biennial Catalog 2005-2007, Olivet Nazarene University Jan 2005

Olivet Nazarene University Biennial Catalog 2005-2007, Olivet Nazarene University

Course Catalogs

No abstract provided.


Jesus In Jerusalem: Visualizing The Synoptic Accounts Of Jesus' Final Week, Matthew L. Skinner Jan 2005

Jesus In Jerusalem: Visualizing The Synoptic Accounts Of Jesus' Final Week, Matthew L. Skinner

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


What Difference Does It Make?: Digital Technology In The Theological Classroom, Mary E. Hess Jan 2005

What Difference Does It Make?: Digital Technology In The Theological Classroom, Mary E. Hess

Faculty Publications

Digital technologies can make a difference in helping theological educators to align their Christian convictions and pedagogical strategies more effectively by (1) providing a richer, more multiply intelligent environment within which to learn; (2) providing more opportunities for collaboration; (3) giving teachers a better angle of vision on the challenges their students are facing and the specific assumptions with which they enter courses; (4) providing better access to primary source materials; (5) overcoming constraints of geography and time; and (6) attending to the meaning-making contexts of our students and our communities of faith.


Faith And Learning: A Case Study Of The Ouachita Baptist University Student Body, Amy Michelle Packer Jan 2005

Faith And Learning: A Case Study Of The Ouachita Baptist University Student Body, Amy Michelle Packer

Honors Theses

With each new generation of students the Christian liberal arts university faces anew the question of how its faith tradition will influence its level of academic excellence. This question becomes increasingly challenging as society becomes more secularized. When the first ' universities were established in America, religion was considered the appropriate foundation of education. The work of George Marsden has shown, however, that by their very structure these universities would guarantee the eventual exclusion of religion altogether? Many in the church related university have similarly excluded religion from the academic environment. In the shadow of increasingly secular universities, the church-related university ...