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평신도사역자 훈련 프로그램 개발: 부산 연산중앙교회를 중심으로, 일국 김 Dec 2007

평신도사역자 훈련 프로그램 개발: 부산 연산중앙교회를 중심으로, 일국 김

Korean Doctor of Ministry Projects / 한인 목회학 박사 졸업 논문

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Tinsley, Warren Landrum, 1922-1987 (Sc 1549), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Dec 2007

Tinsley, Warren Landrum, 1922-1987 (Sc 1549), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid and full text (click on "Additional Files") for Manuscripts Small Collection 1549. A typescripted reminiscence about Warren Landrum Tinsley's World War II experiences in the U.S. Navy at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, a typescript of a diary kept during his military service , and a typescripted reminiscence about his early church experiences in Logan County, Kentucky.


Thomas Collection (Mss 31), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Dec 2007

Thomas Collection (Mss 31), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid for Manuscripts Collection 31. Manuscripts, letters, writings, etc., of the Thomas family of Bowling Green, Kentucky, including sermons and speeches of Frank Morehead Thomas, Methodist minister (1868-1921); and poems, essays and newspaper articles written by his mother, Elizabeth (Wright) Thomas (1842-1931). Full-text scans are available (Click on "Additional Files" below) for the Spanish-American War letters that Frank Thomas sent home to his family.


Never Mind Grendel! Can Beowulf Conquer The 21st-Century Guilt Trip?, Stephen Asma Dec 2007

Never Mind Grendel! Can Beowulf Conquer The 21st-Century Guilt Trip?, Stephen Asma

Stephen T Asma

The writer casts doubt on whether the emasculated Beowulf put forward by J. R. R. Tolkien and in the recent movie version of the story transcends and nullifies the heroic original. He suggests that both Beowulfs may be necessary.


2007 Highlander Vol 90 No 13 December 11, 2007 Dec 2007

2007 Highlander Vol 90 No 13 December 11, 2007

Highlander - Regis University's Student-Written Newspaper

Regis University Student Newspaper


"The Nation State Project, Schizophrenic Globalization, And The Eucharist: An Interview With William T. Cavanaugh", William Cavanaugh Dec 2007

"The Nation State Project, Schizophrenic Globalization, And The Eucharist: An Interview With William T. Cavanaugh", William Cavanaugh

William T. Cavanaugh

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Isaiah's Burden Prophecies As Spirtual Formulas, Justin Brent Top Dec 2007

Isaiah's Burden Prophecies As Spirtual Formulas, Justin Brent Top

All Theses and Dissertations

The Book of Mormon makes it clear that Isaiah's message is of great importance to the modern reader. In order to facilitate modern and personal spiritual application of Isaiah's writings, spiritual "formulas" or principles may be discovered or formulated. These formulas are statements of truth based on the prophet's writings that may be applied in multiple situations and time periods. Such formulas of truth offer valuable insighst across time. These formulas may be understood by analyzing the historical setting of the chapter(s) under review, and through critical examination of the text itself. These formulas provide a ...


Broken No More, Selena Cochran Dec 2007

Broken No More, Selena Cochran

Verbum

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"Abused, broken and persecuted. That’s who I was when I found it. Brilliantly stained a plush purple velvet, adorned with luscious linings of silver and gold---it was indeed a robe fit for a king. Studded with nature’s most pristine jewels, it shone like heaven’s stars. Yes, it was beautiful and perfectly fit for a king…or so I thought."


Elizabeth Bishop And The Modern Miraculous: "Filling Station" And Some Sources, David Sanders Dec 2007

Elizabeth Bishop And The Modern Miraculous: "Filling Station" And Some Sources, David Sanders

Verbum

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""Where there is great love," says Willa Cather’s Jean Latour in Death Comes for the Archbishop, "there are always miracles. . . . The Miracles of the Church . . . rest not so much upon power coming suddenly . . . from far off, but on our perceptions being made finer, so that for a moment our eyes can see and our ears can hear what is there about us always" (50). In this modern view, a miracle bespeaks the sudden perception or recognition of a power immanent in the world rather than one thrust ...


Streets Of Gold, Walter Casper Iv Dec 2007

Streets Of Gold, Walter Casper Iv

Verbum

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"Waking up morning after morning since then becomes somewhat of a depressing ritual. Showering then dressing, filling that sorry feeling in my stomach. There was still a void though; as there had been for the past eight months now. I still felt lost and helpless."


Inspire, Carolyn S. Vacca Dec 2007

Inspire, Carolyn S. Vacca

Verbum

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"Writing about inspiration is a daunting task, not the least because the word itself has been overused to the point of oblivion. The temptation to include wonderful anecdotes of kind acts is great, but seems somehow to just borrow others’ inspiration. Works of art, music and literature are described as “inspired,” as are our responses to them. Clothiers, the auto industry, even furnishing gurus claim inspiration as their products’ genesis. Even broadcast news is compelled to include inspiring moments for their viewers by highlighting members of the community ...


The "Life & Miracles" Of Fisher Alumnus…, Jeff Frate Dec 2007

The "Life & Miracles" Of Fisher Alumnus…, Jeff Frate

Verbum

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"I was asked if I would write a brief piece concerning my post-graduation activities for an issue of Verbum. There is a lot to tell. More than I can remember. More than I am able to express clearly."


The World I Have Experienced, Ines Herovic Dec 2007

The World I Have Experienced, Ines Herovic

Verbum

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"It took me a couple of days to really figure out how I see my world. It hasn’t been a pretty sight for me. I keep thinking that one day I will finally be more positive about the world, but it never seems to happen. It see the world as a crazy and bizarre place. I was born into a family of Christians and Muslims. My father is Muslim and my mom is Catholic. The families weren’t very thrilled to be mixed, but it happened. I ...


The Eyes Of God, Peter Santandreu Dec 2007

The Eyes Of God, Peter Santandreu

Verbum

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"It has been my belief that one’s faith should always be the center of his or her life; I know this has not always been the case with me, but more often than not, I feel that I do a decent job. Having been raised in the Christian tradition, I have come to see the world through a distinctly Christian lens regarding moral issues. Someone told me once that a prophet is nothing more than a person who sees the world through the eyes of God. I ...


The Lens Of Faith, Donald J. Lococo Dec 2007

The Lens Of Faith, Donald J. Lococo

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"For seven years during the nineties, I taught a course at St. Michael’s College in the University of Toronto called Christianity and Science. It served as an introduction to the science division of the Christianity and Culture Program. In that context, it illustrated the essential relationship that Christianity has had to the development of the modern disciplines of natural science out of the ancient and Medieval discipline of natural philosophy. It was a full-year course. The first semester introduced to the students a lesson that many did ...


Falling In Love, Selena Cochran Dec 2007

Falling In Love, Selena Cochran

Verbum

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"Your translucent limbs pluck and strobe me as the fullness of you, of your growth, of your existence, give way to the silent fears swimming in my heart. Will you be healthy? Will you be extraordinary? Will you love me? No one heard them save me but they echoed nonetheless. Through the oohs and ahhs of family and medical onlookers you twirled, danced and amazed them with your acrobatic skill. We all smiled in sheer delight of you, but the echoes persisted. You would be healthy and extraordinary ...


Atheist, David E. Parkison Dec 2007

Atheist, David E. Parkison

Verbum

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12 Numbers Of The Church, Peter Santandreu Dec 2007

12 Numbers Of The Church, Peter Santandreu

Verbum

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Today I Met God, Kevin Mcalister Dec 2007

Today I Met God, Kevin Mcalister

Verbum

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Willem, Catherine Zollweg Dec 2007

Willem, Catherine Zollweg

Verbum

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On Life, Christopher Ferrante Dec 2007

On Life, Christopher Ferrante

Verbum

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Preliminary Pages, No Author Dec 2007

Preliminary Pages, No Author

Verbum

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Musings On Music: Wagner, Redemption, And The Divine, Michael Costik Dec 2007

Musings On Music: Wagner, Redemption, And The Divine, Michael Costik

Verbum

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“How can I atone for my guilt?” This question is asked by the guileless fool, hero of Richard Wagner’s final Music Drama, Parsifal during Act Two; it is a sublime scene, and, perhaps, one of the finest examples of artistic mastery in existence. This is certainly open for debate, and subject to personal preference, but please allow me to at least use this as an example, since it has been instrumental in not only my musical growth, but also in my development and the recommitment to my ...


A Singular Smile, Linda Maccammon Dec 2007

A Singular Smile, Linda Maccammon

Verbum

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Holy Thursday 2007, Dee (Geraldine) Hogan Dec 2007

Holy Thursday 2007, Dee (Geraldine) Hogan

Verbum

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The Role Of Religious Values In Politics, Darrin P. Dixon Dec 2007

The Role Of Religious Values In Politics, Darrin P. Dixon

Darrin P Dixon

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Wonder, Walter Casper Iv Dec 2007

Wonder, Walter Casper Iv

Verbum

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A River Flows, Selena Cochran Dec 2007

A River Flows, Selena Cochran

Verbum

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Therese: Devoted In Spirit And Body: The Love Affair Of A Young Woman, Johanna O'Connell Dec 2007

Therese: Devoted In Spirit And Body: The Love Affair Of A Young Woman, Johanna O'Connell

Verbum

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"Living only twenty four years, Thérèse Martin left a priceless legacy. She exemplified the act of simple adoration. Her humble attitude and constant battle of will are inspiring mostly at the recognition of her completely human existence. Her truly romantic view of the relationship with the Divine is beautiful and signifies the foundation she built her life upon."


In Divine Presence, Johanna O'Connell Dec 2007

In Divine Presence, Johanna O'Connell

Verbum

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