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2009

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Full-Text Articles in Religion

Ideologies Of Housing And Homelessness, Laura Stivers Oct 2009

Ideologies Of Housing And Homelessness, Laura Stivers

Laura Stivers

No abstract available


Monsters And The Moral Imagination, Stephen Asma Oct 2009

Monsters And The Moral Imagination, Stephen Asma

Stephen T Asma

The article discusses the cultural interest in monsters in the 21st century. The author speculates on the reasons for the interest, citing anxiety after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, the war in Iraq, or the global financial crisis of 2008-2009. He notes a conference in September 2009 at the University of Oxford entitled "Monsters and the Monstrous." Cultural uses of monsters, he notes, include scolding ourselves for failure to be inclusive, the medievals' punishment for the sin of pride, or the ancient Greeks' warnings of impending calamity. He notes that monster stories can promote the individual's thought about ...


Making The Connections Between Theory And Practice In Service-Learning Courses, Laura Stivers Sep 2009

Making The Connections Between Theory And Practice In Service-Learning Courses, Laura Stivers

Laura Stivers

No abstract available


Creating The Koinonia Community, Laura Stivers Sep 2009

Creating The Koinonia Community, Laura Stivers

Laura Stivers

No abstract available


Evangelization And The Challenges Of Secularism In Canada, Stan Chu Ilo Sep 2009

Evangelization And The Challenges Of Secularism In Canada, Stan Chu Ilo

Stan Chu Ilo

No abstract provided.


A Study Of 17th-Century English Baptist Congregational Hymn Singing: Benjamin Keach's A Feast Of Fat Things Full Of Marrow (1696) And Spiritual Songs (1700)”, Mahn-Hee Kang Jun 2009

A Study Of 17th-Century English Baptist Congregational Hymn Singing: Benjamin Keach's A Feast Of Fat Things Full Of Marrow (1696) And Spiritual Songs (1700)”, Mahn-Hee Kang

Mahn-Hee Kang

No abstract provided.


Being A Pilgrim: Art And Ritual On The Medieval Routes To Santiago, Kathleen Ashley, Marilyn Deegan Jun 2009

Being A Pilgrim: Art And Ritual On The Medieval Routes To Santiago, Kathleen Ashley, Marilyn Deegan

Kathleen M. Ashley

The Way of St James has been a pilgrimage event for over 1000 years as people have flocked to the site of the burial of the apostle St James the Great. Legend states that the body of James was carried by boat from Jerusalem to Santiago de Compostela in Spain, where a church was erected on the site of the tomb. There is no single route for the pilgrims to follow, but there are several key paths. Kathleen Ashley and Marilyn Deegan capture the experience of the medieval pilgrim through an examination of art, historical and social contexts as well ...


Table For Four, Fenelon And Balthasar, Megan Levy May 2009

Table For Four, Fenelon And Balthasar, Megan Levy

Megan Levy

No abstract provided.


Ancient Antidotes To Timeless Troubles: Stoicism And The Recession, Stephen Asma May 2009

Ancient Antidotes To Timeless Troubles: Stoicism And The Recession, Stephen Asma

Stephen T Asma

The article reviews the books "The Present Alone is Our Happiness," by Arnold I. Davidson and Jeannie Carlier and "A Life Worthy of the Gods: The Materialist Psychology of Epicurus" by David Konstan.


Interviewed By David Reid, “Causes Of Homelessness Left Untouched”, Laura Stivers Feb 2009

Interviewed By David Reid, “Causes Of Homelessness Left Untouched”, Laura Stivers

Laura Stivers

No abstract available


“From God’S Mouth To Your Ear: Parallels In Canonical Function And Theological Emphasis Between Deuteronomy And The Gospel According To John”, George Heider Jan 2009

“From God’S Mouth To Your Ear: Parallels In Canonical Function And Theological Emphasis Between Deuteronomy And The Gospel According To John”, George Heider

George C. Heider

No abstract provided.


“Reflections On ‘Lutheran Identity’: A Stimulus For Discussion Among The Board Of Directors Of Wheat Ridge Ministries”, George Heider Jan 2009

“Reflections On ‘Lutheran Identity’: A Stimulus For Discussion Among The Board Of Directors Of Wheat Ridge Ministries”, George Heider

George C. Heider

No abstract provided.


The Stubbornness Of The Jews: Resources And Limitations Of The Jewish-Christian Dialogue Of Rosenstock-Huessy And Rosenzweig, Robert Erlewine Dec 2008

The Stubbornness Of The Jews: Resources And Limitations Of The Jewish-Christian Dialogue Of Rosenstock-Huessy And Rosenzweig, Robert Erlewine

Robert Erlewine

No abstract provided.


Review Of Talal Asad, "On Suicide Bombing", Paula Cooey Dec 2008

Review Of Talal Asad, "On Suicide Bombing", Paula Cooey

Paula Cooey, Retired

No abstract provided.


Religion And American Political Participation, Peter Wielhouwer Dec 2008

Religion And American Political Participation, Peter Wielhouwer

Peter W. Wielhouwer

No abstract provided.


"Early Christianity In North Africa" By Francois Decret, Edward Smither Dec 2008

"Early Christianity In North Africa" By Francois Decret, Edward Smither

Edward L Smither

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The Characterization Of The Christ As Ideal King In Ephesians, Julien Smith Dec 2008

The Characterization Of The Christ As Ideal King In Ephesians, Julien Smith

Julien C.H. Smith

No abstract provided.


The Rhetorical Function Of Refutation In Acts 6–7 And 10–15, Julien Smith Dec 2008

The Rhetorical Function Of Refutation In Acts 6–7 And 10–15, Julien Smith

Julien C.H. Smith

No abstract provided.


Catholic Bible Study Program: Old Testament Continued: Exile And Restoration Student Workbook, Brian Schmisek, Angelo Giuliano, Judith Hubert, Dorothy Jonaitis Dec 2008

Catholic Bible Study Program: Old Testament Continued: Exile And Restoration Student Workbook, Brian Schmisek, Angelo Giuliano, Judith Hubert, Dorothy Jonaitis

Brian Schmisek

Year Three returns to the experience of the Hebrew people. In particular it traces the historical events of the tumultuous time from about 750 to 400 BC. It studies the destruction of the Northern Kingdom of Israel in 722/21 BC, the destruction of the Southern Kingdom of Judah in 587/586 BC, the exile in Babylon, and finally the restoration of the people to the land after the exile. In the midst of these crucial events, the prophets spoke God's word of judgment and hope to the people. They reminded them that God was at work in the ...


Core Workshop On Teaching The Passion Narratives, George Heider Dec 2008

Core Workshop On Teaching The Passion Narratives, George Heider

George C. Heider

No abstract provided.


Artilcles On 'Torah,' 'Zionism', David Pettus Dec 2008

Artilcles On 'Torah,' 'Zionism', David Pettus

David D Pettus

No abstract provided.


Catholic Bible Study Program: Old Testament Continued: Exile And Restoration Teacher Guidebook, Brian Schmisek, Angelo Giuliano, Judith Hubert, Dorothy Jonaitis Dec 2008

Catholic Bible Study Program: Old Testament Continued: Exile And Restoration Teacher Guidebook, Brian Schmisek, Angelo Giuliano, Judith Hubert, Dorothy Jonaitis

Brian Schmisek

Year Three returns to the experience of the Hebrew people. In particular it traces the historical events of the tumultuous time from about 750 to 400 BC. It studies the destruction of the Northern Kingdom of Israel in 722/21 BC, the destruction of the Southern Kingdom of Judah in 587/586 BC, the exile in Babylon, and finally the restoration of the people to the land after the exile. In the midst of these crucial events, the prophets spoke God s word of judgment and hope to the people. They reminded them that God was at work in the ...


The Bees: A Directive For Environmental Stewardship, Chase Clow Dec 2008

The Bees: A Directive For Environmental Stewardship, Chase Clow

Chase Clow

No abstract available


Enlightened Charity, Martha Libster, Betty Ann Mcneil, Dc Dec 2008

Enlightened Charity, Martha Libster, Betty Ann Mcneil, Dc

Betty Ann McNeil, D.C.

Enlightened Charity contextualizes the healing heritage of holistic nursing care within the context of the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul who developed and practiced nursing principles throughout France in the seventeenth century under the leadership of Saint Louise de Marillac (1591-1660). The sisters moved from home health care in 1633 to managing the Hospital of Saint-Jean at Angers in 1639, and elsewhere. Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton (1774-1821) adopted the Vincentian spirit and mission for her Sisters of Charity, founded at Emmitsburg, MD, in 1809.  Notable among the sisterhood, Sister Matilda Coskery (1799-1870) distinguished herself in nursing, psychiatric ...


Muslim–Jewish Dialogue, David M. Freidenreich Dec 2008

Muslim–Jewish Dialogue, David M. Freidenreich

David M. Freidenreich

No abstract provided.