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Using Design Hierarchy In Digital Logic To Illustrate The Scientific Method As A Human Invention, Douglas Deboer Sep 2013

Using Design Hierarchy In Digital Logic To Illustrate The Scientific Method As A Human Invention, Douglas Deboer

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This paper was presented at the Christian Engineering Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, June 2013. It was then published in Proceedings of the 2013 Christian Engineering Conference, pp. 99–106. Permission to publish was granted by Steve VanderLeest, Conference Chair.


Building For The King: Commencement Address -- Dordt College, Erik Hoekstra Sep 2013

Building For The King: Commencement Address -- Dordt College, Erik Hoekstra

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Dr. Erik Hoekstra delivered this address at the Dordt College Commencement, May 10, 2013.


Time Travel (Book Review), Joshua Matthews Sep 2013

Time Travel (Book Review), Joshua Matthews

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Reviewed Title: Wittenberg, David. Time Travel: The Popular Philosophy of Narrative. New York: Fordham University Press, 2013. 306 pages. ISBN: 9780823249961.


On The Edge Of Our Seats: The Educational Opus Of Dordt College, Erik Hoekstra Mar 2013

On The Edge Of Our Seats: The Educational Opus Of Dordt College, Erik Hoekstra

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This paper was originally the Inaugural Address of Dr. Erik Hoekstra, presented on October 19, 2012.


Teaching Technical Engineering Courses From A Christian Perspective: Two Examples, Charles C. Adams Mar 2013

Teaching Technical Engineering Courses From A Christian Perspective: Two Examples, Charles C. Adams

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Engineering professors, like those of the natural sciences, usually teach by breaking the subject matter into parts, that is, courses and activities that are logically abstract from each other. While together comprising a coherent whole, those individual parts too easily foster abstractionism, the view that such subjects as calculus, fluid mechanics, engineering design, and engineering ethics “really are” separable from one another. Such a view militates against a Christian perspective of engineering, technology, and reality in general by replacing the organic wholeness of life before the face of God with the compartmentalization that is characteristic of modern science and naturalism ...


Hungering For A New Politics: Gerald Vandezande’S Reformational Gifts To Politics, John Hiemstra Mar 2013

Hungering For A New Politics: Gerald Vandezande’S Reformational Gifts To Politics, John Hiemstra

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This article is based on John Hiemstra’s presentation to the Conference: “Hungering for a New Politics: The Life’s Work of Gerald Vandezande,” February 18, 2012, held at Wycliffe College, University of Toronto, Canada.