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Here For Good: Christian Leadership, Warrick R. Long Jul 2019

Here For Good: Christian Leadership, Warrick R. Long

Warrick Long

Here For Good is a podcast series from leading researchers at Avondale College of Higher Education. In this episode Leadership Postgraduate Course Convenor and Lecturer Dr Warrick Long from the Avondale Business School in conversation with Associate Dean (Research) Dr Carolyn Rickett reflects on his journey into academia, the Avondale Business School’s commitment to connecting their students to real-world practice, and he offers tips on effective Christian leadership.


Here For Good: Anzac Spirituality, Daniel Reynaud Jul 2019

Here For Good: Anzac Spirituality, Daniel Reynaud

Daniel Reynaud

Here For Good is a podcast series from leading researchers at Avondale College of Higher Education. This episode features Anzac historian Associate Professor Daniel Reynaud in conversation with Associate Dean (Research) Dr Carolyn Rickett.


Contribution To Ave Maria Radio Program, "Kresta In The Afternoon" (April 26, 2018), Chad M. Bauman Apr 2018

Contribution To Ave Maria Radio Program, "Kresta In The Afternoon" (April 26, 2018), Chad M. Bauman

Chad M. Bauman

Contribution of Chad Bauman begins around 4:10 and continues until shortly after 17:00.


Excel Vba Code To Generate Sequences Of Psalm 119 Randomly Shuffled Primary Torah Gender Terms, Keith L. Yoder Dec 2017

Excel Vba Code To Generate Sequences Of Psalm 119 Randomly Shuffled Primary Torah Gender Terms, Keith L. Yoder

Keith L. Yoder

Note of 8 Oct 2019:
The code has been revised for the second version of my experiment, this time using two datasets of 100,000 sample runs each. I will upload the revised VBA code at a later time. But I will leave the old code (text) file in place in the meantime.
Keith Yoder

The use of the VBA code in this file is explained in the companion file "20,000 Sequences of Psalm 119 Randomly Shuffled Primary Torah Gender Terms" located online on this page at https://0-works.bepress.com.library.simmons.edu/klyoder/40/. It may be imported into and ...


Hans Urs Von Balthasar: A Primer, Thomas V. Gourlay 402884 Oct 2017

Hans Urs Von Balthasar: A Primer, Thomas V. Gourlay 402884

Thomas V. Gourlay

No abstract provided.


Hans Urs Von Balthasar: A Primer, Thomas V. Gourlay 402884 Oct 2017

Hans Urs Von Balthasar: A Primer, Thomas V. Gourlay 402884

Thomas V. Gourlay

No abstract provided.


The Nuptial Character Of The Relationship Between Faith And Reason In The Thought Of Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict Xvi, Thomas V. Gourlay 402884 Dec 2015

The Nuptial Character Of The Relationship Between Faith And Reason In The Thought Of Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict Xvi, Thomas V. Gourlay 402884

Thomas V. Gourlay

No abstract provided.


Sermon On Amos 6:1-7; Psalm 146; 1 Tim 6:6-19; Luke 16:19-31 (16 Min. Audio), James W. Barker Dec 2015

Sermon On Amos 6:1-7; Psalm 146; 1 Tim 6:6-19; Luke 16:19-31 (16 Min. Audio), James W. Barker

James W. Barker

No abstract provided.


The Election Of Pope Francis: What Does It Mean For Global Catholicism?, Mathew N. Schmalz Aug 2015

The Election Of Pope Francis: What Does It Mean For Global Catholicism?, Mathew N. Schmalz

Mathew Schmalz

This lecture addresses the election of the Argentinian pope and whether that will mean a shift in the Church’s focus to the developing world and how that might impact American Catholicism.


Healing And The Atonement, Charles R. Smith Jun 2015

Healing And The Atonement, Charles R. Smith

Charles Kay Smith

No abstract provided.


The Vessels Of The Treasure, Charles Ralston Smith Jun 2015

The Vessels Of The Treasure, Charles Ralston Smith

Charles Kay Smith

No abstract provided.


The Extent Of Atonement, Charles R. Smith Jun 2015

The Extent Of Atonement, Charles R. Smith

Charles Kay Smith

No abstract provided.


The Old Nature And The Christian, Charles R. Smith Jun 2015

The Old Nature And The Christian, Charles R. Smith

Charles Kay Smith

No abstract provided.


Question & Answer Session, Charles R. Smith Jun 2015

Question & Answer Session, Charles R. Smith

Charles Kay Smith

No abstract provided.


Forty Years Of Greatness Crowned: A Narrative Of The History Of Asbury Theological Seminary, David M. Burkett, Ralph Loren White, Ralph L. Lewis, Willard R. Holman Mar 2015

Forty Years Of Greatness Crowned: A Narrative Of The History Of Asbury Theological Seminary, David M. Burkett, Ralph Loren White, Ralph L. Lewis, Willard R. Holman

Ralph E. White

No abstract provided.


Dr. Martha Reineke Engages With The Question: How Should A Student Approach The Study Of Religion [Cont.]?, Martha Reineke, Alfred Benney Mar 2013

Dr. Martha Reineke Engages With The Question: How Should A Student Approach The Study Of Religion [Cont.]?, Martha Reineke, Alfred Benney

Alfred F. Benney

How should a student approach the study of religion [cont.]?

Dr. Martha Reineke discusses the importance of religious literacy when a person leaves the academic setting. She asserts that the ability to understand various religions creates stronger community bonds, and the ability to relate to others who hold beliefs unlike our own while still respecting their customs and values.


Dr. Margaret Farley, R.S.M. Engages With The Question: Does Yale Provide An Interesting Context For Ethical Studies?, Margaret Farley R.S.M., Alfred Benney Mar 2013

Dr. Margaret Farley, R.S.M. Engages With The Question: Does Yale Provide An Interesting Context For Ethical Studies?, Margaret Farley R.S.M., Alfred Benney

Alfred F. Benney

Does Yale provide an interesting context for ethical studies?

Dr. Margaret Farley discusses her time at Yale Divinity School. She describes the environment as diverse in both students and faculty with differing approaches to study and work. She also identifies students at Yale as not just academic theologians, but believers, searching for answers with faculty who believe as well.


Dr. Margaret Farley, R.S.M. Engages With The Question: What Is The Value Of Belief In An Afterlife For Those Facing Death?, Margaret Farley R.S.M., Alfred Benney Mar 2013

Dr. Margaret Farley, R.S.M. Engages With The Question: What Is The Value Of Belief In An Afterlife For Those Facing Death?, Margaret Farley R.S.M., Alfred Benney

Alfred F. Benney

What is the value of belief in an afterlife for those facing death?

Dr. Margaret Farley discusses how different religions support the way faithful people face death. She clearly states how she has experienced no correlation between how people face death, with fear or no fear, and whether or not they believe in God or an afterlife. She specifically reflects on a woman she has recently met and the women’s own acceptance of nothingness as her own type of faith journey. In this reflection, Farley concludes that there is only a need for a real, developed worldview for a ...


Dr. Maria Pilar Aquino Engages With The Question: What Is The Most Important Event For The American Catholic Church In The Past 100 Years?, Maria Pilar Aquino, Alfred Benney Mar 2013

Dr. Maria Pilar Aquino Engages With The Question: What Is The Most Important Event For The American Catholic Church In The Past 100 Years?, Maria Pilar Aquino, Alfred Benney

Alfred F. Benney

What is the most important event for the American Catholic Church in the past 100 years?

Dr. Maria Pilar Aquino discusses the growth of minority groups in the American Catholic Church and how each has changed the character of the Church. She suggests that these added voices and perceptions have renewed the face of the church by making it inter-cultural.


Dr. Ramdas Lamb Engages With The Question: Do You Think There Are Significant Differences Between Different Religious Practices?, Ramdas Lamb, Alfred Benney Mar 2013

Dr. Ramdas Lamb Engages With The Question: Do You Think There Are Significant Differences Between Different Religious Practices?, Ramdas Lamb, Alfred Benney

Alfred F. Benney

Do you think there are significant differences between different religious practices?

Dr. Ramdas Lamb discusses a spiritual ritual performed by his Italian Catholic cousin that he later witnessed performed in almost exactly the same manner by a Hindu woman. From this experience, Dr. Lamb grew to understand the true commonality in human experience and expression and how to lead one’s life with a religious perspective.


Dr. Ramdas Lamb Engages With The Question: What Do You Understand By The Word Compassion?, Ramdas Lamb, Alfred Benney Mar 2013

Dr. Ramdas Lamb Engages With The Question: What Do You Understand By The Word Compassion?, Ramdas Lamb, Alfred Benney

Alfred F. Benney

What do you understand by the word compassion?

Dr. Ramdas Lamb discusses the move from attachment to love in a relationship. While at first one may be attached to a person or idea, one must move away from this, and allow for a separate growth. This is where love and compassion can bloom in a relationship. Dr. Lamb speaks directly about the idea of compassion, and how it is an act of both love and justice.


Paul Fitzgerald, S.J. Engages With The Question: How Do You Make The Study Of Religion Interesting To Students?, Paul J. Fitzgerald S.J., Alfred Benney Mar 2013

Paul Fitzgerald, S.J. Engages With The Question: How Do You Make The Study Of Religion Interesting To Students?, Paul J. Fitzgerald S.J., Alfred Benney

Alfred F. Benney

How do you make the study of religion interesting to students?

Jesuit Teacher Paul Fitzgerald discusses the most effective ways in which he has learned to teach religion. The walls of Fitzgerald’s classroom have become transparent, as he relies much on service learning. He also firmly believes in the use of one’s own faith belief in teaching and inserting a level of discomfort in the classroom to keep students intrigued.


Dr. Ramdas Lamb Engages With The Question: Would Human Beings Be Religious If They Were Never Going To Die?, Ramdas Lamb, Alfred Benney Mar 2013

Dr. Ramdas Lamb Engages With The Question: Would Human Beings Be Religious If They Were Never Going To Die?, Ramdas Lamb, Alfred Benney

Alfred F. Benney

Would human beings be religious if they were never going to die?

Dr. Ramdas Lamb discusses his belief that religion is about life and not death. Ultimately religion should be used to make sense of this life, and not in the first instance to comfort us because of our fear of death or the unknown.


Dr. Anne Carr, Bvm Engages With The Question: Has Technology Affected Your Work With Students?, Anne Carr Bvm, Alfred Benney Mar 2013

Dr. Anne Carr, Bvm Engages With The Question: Has Technology Affected Your Work With Students?, Anne Carr Bvm, Alfred Benney

Alfred F. Benney

Has technology affected your work with students?

Dr. Anne Carr discusses the use of technology, specifically email, in her university setting. She observes that students tend to say through email what they might not normally say face to face.


Dr. Margaret Farley, R.S.M. Engages With The Question: Why Should We Have To Prove The Existence Of God?, Margaret Farley R.S.M., Alfred Benney Mar 2013

Dr. Margaret Farley, R.S.M. Engages With The Question: Why Should We Have To Prove The Existence Of God?, Margaret Farley R.S.M., Alfred Benney

Alfred F. Benney

Why should we have to prove the existence of God?

Dr. Margaret Farley discusses what is necessary to “know” God compared with the idea of necessarily proving God’s existence. She finds that the need to know if God is a loving being or if God is angry is much more relevant. Farley poses the analogy of the inability of humans to prove the existence of love, but still they trust its relevance. In this leap of faith, she believes we can change and become more selfless people, which can be thought of as an effect of God’s un-provability.


Dr. Martin Jaffee Engages With The Question: Is It Possible To Demonstrate The Existence Of God?, Martin Jaffee, Alfred Benney Mar 2013

Dr. Martin Jaffee Engages With The Question: Is It Possible To Demonstrate The Existence Of God?, Martin Jaffee, Alfred Benney

Alfred F. Benney

Is it possible to demonstrate the existence of God?

Dr. Martin Jaffee discusses the idea of the “presence of God” versus the existence of God. He uses the analogy of the gardener of the earth as the common answer to the question of belief in God’s presence. Jaffee defends the rationality of those who believe in God, saying that their beliefs are true because of their own experiences and should be taken seriously.


The Feast Of Hanukkah Dec 2012

The Feast Of Hanukkah

Rabbi Asher Finkel, Ph.D.

Rabbi Asher Finkel discusses the significance of the Feast of Hanukkah with Father Lawrence E. Frizzell on The Kinship of Catholics & Jews radio program, which is broadcast every Sunday morning at 8:30am on WSOU 89.5 FM radio. The Reverend Lawrence E. Frizzell is the Director of the Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies and Director and Associate Professor of the Jewish-Christian Studies Graduate Program at Seton Hall University.


The Torah And The Massoretic Text Dec 2012

The Torah And The Massoretic Text

Rabbi Asher Finkel, Ph.D.

Rabbi Asher Finkel discusses the Torah and the significance of the massoretic tradition on The Kinship of Catholics & Jews radio program, which is broadcast every Sunday morning at 8:30am on WSOU 89.5 FM radio. The Reverend Lawrence E. Frizzell is the Director of the Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies and Director and Associate Professor of the Jewish-Christian Studies Graduate Program at Seton Hall University.


The Jewish High Holy Days Dec 2012

The Jewish High Holy Days

Rabbi Asher Finkel, Ph.D.

Rabbi Asher Finkel discusses the significance of the Jewish High Holy Days with Father Lawrence E. Frizzell on The Kinship of Catholics & Jews radio program, which is broadcast every Sunday morning at 8:30am on WSOU 89.5 FM radio. The Reverend Lawrence E. Frizzell is the Director of the Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies and Director and Associate Professor of the Jewish-Christian Studies Graduate Program at Seton Hall University.


The Development Of Jewish-Christian Studies, Asher Finkel Ph.D. Dec 2012

The Development Of Jewish-Christian Studies, Asher Finkel Ph.D.

Rabbi Asher Finkel, Ph.D.

Rabbi Asher Finkel discusses the significance of the development of Jewish-Christian Studies as a discipline in academia with Father Lawrence E. Frizzell on The Kinship of Catholics & Jews radio program, which is broadcast every Sunday morning at 8:30am on WSOU 89.5 FM radio. The Reverend Lawrence E. Frizzell is the Director of the Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies and Director and Associate Professor of the Jewish-Christian Studies Graduate Program at Seton Hall University.