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The Word, The Spirit Of Prophecy, And Mutual Love: Lessons From The 'Daily' Controversy For Conflict Resolution, Denis Kaiser Dec 2014

The Word, The Spirit Of Prophecy, And Mutual Love: Lessons From The 'Daily' Controversy For Conflict Resolution, Denis Kaiser

Denis Kaiser

No abstract provided.


Pastoral Care: From Past To Present, Ann Marie Kerlin Sep 2014

Pastoral Care: From Past To Present, Ann Marie Kerlin

Ann Marie Kerlin

According to the U.S. National Conference on Mental Health, “Nationally, an estimated 45 million Americans suffer from illnesses like depression, schizophrenia or post-traumatic stress syndrome.” In a speech at this conference, President Obama stated that one out of five Americans experience mental illness in any year. A study published in 2013 surveyed prescription drug use and found that the second most common prescribed drugs were anti-depressants. Obviously there is a great demand for counseling and psychological care in the United States, and both secular and religious approaches to care are available. The purpose of this article is to review ...


“Vincentian Social Justice”, John E. Rybolt Sep 2014

“Vincentian Social Justice”, John E. Rybolt

John E Rybolt

A specific Vincentian commitment to social justice, was not one of the original hallmarks of the Congregation of the Mission, though it developed later. The “Vincentian way,” begins with experience and the followers of Vincent continued to be faithful to Vincent’s way of acting, how he lived. It was his attention to individuals in their needs that formed the basis of his attitude toward social justice, but exercised on the personal level.


Contesting Faith, Truth, And Religious Language At The Creation Museum: A Historical-Theological Reflection, Brent A. R. Hege Aug 2014

Contesting Faith, Truth, And Religious Language At The Creation Museum: A Historical-Theological Reflection, Brent A. R. Hege

Brent A. R. Hege

The Creation Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky, attempts to demonstrate the flaws in contemporary science and to offer an alternative explanation of human origins and biological complexity rooted in a specific reading of the biblical narrative. This effort, however, is paradoxically rooted in the worldview of modern science and the Enlightenment. This article will examine the Creation Museum’s definitions of faith, truth, and religious language and will compare these definitions to those of mainline Protestant Christianity to uncover the historical and theological presuppositions of Creationist and mainline Protestant engagements with contemporary science.


Love Your Enemy? Reflections At The Centenary Of World War I, Denis Kaiser Aug 2014

Love Your Enemy? Reflections At The Centenary Of World War I, Denis Kaiser

Denis Kaiser

No abstract provided.


Missioners In The Muslim World, John E. Rybolt Jun 2014

Missioners In The Muslim World, John E. Rybolt

John E Rybolt

No abstract provided.


Pope Gregory Xv: Alessandro Ludovisi: The First Jesuit-Educated Pope, Tony Amodeo Apr 2014

Pope Gregory Xv: Alessandro Ludovisi: The First Jesuit-Educated Pope, Tony Amodeo

Tony Amodeo

No abstract provided.


Review Of "Thinking Christ: Christology And Contemporary Critics", Brent A. R. Hege Apr 2014

Review Of "Thinking Christ: Christology And Contemporary Critics", Brent A. R. Hege

Brent A. R. Hege

A review of Thinking Christ: Christology and Contemporary Critics by Jane Barter Moulaison.


„Zurück Zu Schleiermacher! Und Von Schleiermacher Aus Vorwärts!“ Georg Wobbermin And The Legacy Of Schleiermacher In Weimar Liberal Protestantism, Brent A. R. Hege Apr 2014

„Zurück Zu Schleiermacher! Und Von Schleiermacher Aus Vorwärts!“ Georg Wobbermin And The Legacy Of Schleiermacher In Weimar Liberal Protestantism, Brent A. R. Hege

Brent A. R. Hege

As dialectical theology rose to prominence in the years following World War I, the new theologians sought to distance themselves from liberalism in a number of ways, an important one being a rejection of Schleiermacher’s methods and conclusions. In reading the history of Weimar-era theology as it has been written in the twentieth century one would be forgiven for assuming that Schleiermacher found no defenders during this time, as liberal theology quietly faded into the twilight. However, a closer examination of this period reveals a different story. The last generation of liberal theologians consistently appealed to Schleiermacher for support ...


Enlightenment And Catholicism In Europe. A Transnational History, Ulrich Lehner, Jeffrey Burson Mar 2014

Enlightenment And Catholicism In Europe. A Transnational History, Ulrich Lehner, Jeffrey Burson

Ulrich L. Lehner

No abstract provided.


Bibliography Of Occasional Or State Sermons Across The Atlantic Archipelago, Published 1685–1711, Newton Key Mar 2014

Bibliography Of Occasional Or State Sermons Across The Atlantic Archipelago, Published 1685–1711, Newton Key

Newton Key

This bibliography includes all State sermons preached and printed in Dublin (including Irish Protestants in London), Edinburgh, and Boston, 1688-1694, and a large sample of sermons printed in London, 1688-1692. Includes a representative sample of sermons before all Anglophone auditories from the entire period, including sermons printed in Dublin, Edinburgh, and Boston 1700-1711, for comparison. As used and cited in Newton Key, “The ‘Boast of Antiquity’: Pulpit Politics Across the Atlantic Archipelago during the Revolution of 1688,” Church History, forthcoming, Sept. 2014.


The Pauline Model Of Atonement In Romans 3:19-31, Norm Mathers Jan 2014

The Pauline Model Of Atonement In Romans 3:19-31, Norm Mathers

Norm Mathers

The Pauline model of Romans 3:19-31 is a description of substitutionary atonement. Sin, guilt, righteousness, faith in Christ, justification, redemption, propitiation, Christ a covering, atonement in his blood, substitute, justice, justifier, and the principle of faith are descriptive of this view of the atonement. A barrage of literature has arisen against penal substitution. Penal substitution has been confused with substitutionary atonement. Penal substitution has also been referred to as penal substitutionary atonement which isn’t substitutionary atonement. Substitutionary atonement has been clouded by such atonement theories as Christus Victor. Aulen’s view of reconciliation doesn’t adequately describe the ...


Saint Patrick Of Ireland: A Book Review, Gary E. Silvers Ph.D. Jan 2014

Saint Patrick Of Ireland: A Book Review, Gary E. Silvers Ph.D.

Gary E. Silvers Ph.D.

Who was St. Patrick of Ireland? Did you know that he was actually from England? Phillip Freeman paints a vivid portrait of St. Patrick and the times in which he lived. This is a book review of Freemans "St. Patrick of Ireland: A Biography."


John Wesley: His Personal Spiritual Awakening, G. Dan Harris Jan 2014

John Wesley: His Personal Spiritual Awakening, G. Dan Harris

G. Dan Harris

John Wesley became one of the key revival leaders that God used during the first Great Awakening in Europe and America. Wesley, as we can see in his words above, understood that a powerful movement of God was desperately needed. Little did he know that in the coming decades, Wesley, along with a number of other great men of the Christian Church, would be used by God to bring about one of the most powerful Spiritual Awakenings in history. But before Wesley could be used by God for a time such as this, he first needed to experience his own ...


[Book Review Of] Freikirchen Und Juden Im „Dritten Reich“: Instrumentalisierte Heilsgeschichte, Antisemitische Vorurteile Und Verdrängte Schuld, Edited By Daniel Heinz, Denis Kaiser Jan 2014

[Book Review Of] Freikirchen Und Juden Im „Dritten Reich“: Instrumentalisierte Heilsgeschichte, Antisemitische Vorurteile Und Verdrängte Schuld, Edited By Daniel Heinz, Denis Kaiser

Denis Kaiser

No abstract provided.


Jews, Pagans, And Heretics In Early Medieval Canon Law, David M. Freidenreich Dec 2013

Jews, Pagans, And Heretics In Early Medieval Canon Law, David M. Freidenreich

David M. Freidenreich

No abstract provided.


Apocalypse 2014: Post-Tridentine Catholic Exegesis Of Revelation. The Futurist Commentary Of Alphonsus Frey (1762), Ulrich Lehner Dec 2013

Apocalypse 2014: Post-Tridentine Catholic Exegesis Of Revelation. The Futurist Commentary Of Alphonsus Frey (1762), Ulrich Lehner

Ulrich L. Lehner

No abstract provided.


The Father Of Black Adventism, Trevor O'Reggio Dec 2013

The Father Of Black Adventism, Trevor O'Reggio

Trevor O'Reggio

No abstract provided.