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Can A Christian Go To Court Against His Own Brethren?, Barry D. Fike Oct 1984

Can A Christian Go To Court Against His Own Brethren?, Barry D. Fike

Barry D. Fike

An article describing the concept of church discipline according to Matthew 18.


The Bible And Magister Gratian’S Canon Law, John E. Rybolt May 1984

The Bible And Magister Gratian’S Canon Law, John E. Rybolt

John E Rybolt

The main work of canon law in the medieval period, the Decretum Gratiani, used the Bible at the heart of his legal sources. This paper surveys his methodology in the use of biblical texts. He used these texts in a direct and accessible manner, free of contrived accommodations. The result is a work of practical and pastoral exegesis.


Forrest F. Reed Lectures, Jerry Rushford Apr 1984

Forrest F. Reed Lectures, Jerry Rushford

Jerry Rushford

A lecture given by Jerry Rushford on April 2, 1984.


The Servant In Adversity, Jerry Rushford Feb 1984

The Servant In Adversity, Jerry Rushford

Jerry Rushford

This talk, entitled, The Servant in Adversity, was given on Sunday, February 19, 1984 at the 66th Annual Abilene Christian University Bible Lectureship.


The Dynamics Of Attention: Core Of The Contemplative Way, Philip Novak Jan 1984

The Dynamics Of Attention: Core Of The Contemplative Way, Philip Novak

Philip Novak

"I am suggesting, then, that in the long haul of planetary evolution, spiritually questing men from various cultures have commonly discovered that here in the mind's inchoate ability to remain attentive there dwelt the fundamental meas of awakening to the full meaning of existence. For attention, as I will presently and briefly suggest, is the core and common denominator of all man's higher form of contemplative praxis, And later I will be attempting to suggest how a little thing like attention may be thought to transform even the deep and unconscious structural determinants of consciousness." ~ from the article


The Vatican's Critique Of Liberation Theology: An Appraisal, Thomas Schubeck Dec 1983

The Vatican's Critique Of Liberation Theology: An Appraisal, Thomas Schubeck

Thomas L. Schubeck S.J.

No abstract provided.


Faith Of Christians, Royal Rhodes Dec 1983

Faith Of Christians, Royal Rhodes

Royal Rhodes

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Jesus' Preaching In The Synagogue On The Sabbath (Luke 4:16-28), Asher Finkel Dec 1983

Jesus' Preaching In The Synagogue On The Sabbath (Luke 4:16-28), Asher Finkel

Rabbi Asher Finkel, Ph.D.

This article phenomenologically examines the narrative of Luke 4:16-28 and was revised and published in Gospels and the Scriptures of Israel, edited by Craig A. Evans and W. Richard Stegner, 325-341. Sheffield, England: Sheffield Academic Press, 1994.


A House Of God - Mixed Choir, Keith D. Rowley Dec 1983

A House Of God - Mixed Choir, Keith D. Rowley

Keith D Rowley

Anthem for SATB choir and piano with words from D&C 104:8.


Forgiveness And Recidivism, Doris Donnelly Dec 1983

Forgiveness And Recidivism, Doris Donnelly

Doris Donnelly

The teaching of Jesus on limitless forgiveness is a difficult one with which to reckon, especially when an offense is repeated again and again (recidivism}, sometimes by the same offender. This article finds in the gospel of Matthew (Matt. 18:15-17} and Paul's letters to the Corinthians (I Cor 5:2-11 and II Cor 2:5-8} a model of forgiveness that is assertive, confrontative and direct in style, pastoral in application and reconciling in spirit.


A Tribute To Mothers, Keith D. Rowley Dec 1983

A Tribute To Mothers, Keith D. Rowley

Keith D Rowley

This is a Mothers Day song written in 4-part hymn style. The words are from an anonymous poet.


Theology In A Digital World - Speech, October 2, 1984, David Morgan Lochhead Dec 1983

Theology In A Digital World - Speech, October 2, 1984, David Morgan Lochhead

Dr. David Morgan Lochhead

David Morgan Lochhead promoted to Full Professor of the Vancouver, October 2, 1984. His address was entitled: Theology in a Digital World. Epiphany Chapel, VST