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Does Donald Trump Need To Repent?, A. Thornhill Jul 2015

Does Donald Trump Need To Repent?, A. Thornhill

A. Chadwick Thornhill

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Deflategate And The Purpose Of Punishment, A. Thornhill May 2015

Deflategate And The Purpose Of Punishment, A. Thornhill

A. Chadwick Thornhill

No abstract provided.


The Impeccability And Humanity Of Jesus, A. Thornhill Apr 2015

The Impeccability And Humanity Of Jesus, A. Thornhill

A. Chadwick Thornhill

No abstract provided.


Epiphany Reflection, A. Thornhill Jan 2015

Epiphany Reflection, A. Thornhill

A. Chadwick Thornhill

No abstract provided.


Election, Moral Performance, Culpability, And The Character Of God, A. Thornhill Dec 2014

Election, Moral Performance, Culpability, And The Character Of God, A. Thornhill

A. Chadwick Thornhill

No abstract provided.


The Doctrine Of Election And The Moral Argument, A. Thornhill Dec 2013

The Doctrine Of Election And The Moral Argument, A. Thornhill

A. Chadwick Thornhill

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In The Beginning, Was It So? Who Says?, Barry Fike Apr 2013

In The Beginning, Was It So? Who Says?, Barry Fike

Barry D. Fike

Subservience and women seemed to go together as ‘peas and carrots’ – at least in the conservative brotherhood that I was raised in. Yes, women had their place in the body of Christ – so long as they stayed in a classroom with children – not in their teenage years – and sat piously simple and didn’t raise a question in a class of mixed company (meaning men and women). How much more simply could Paul have said it? "Women, keep silent, if you have a question ask your husband at home." End of discussion – it’s in the Bible? Right? This article ...


The Last Shall Be First: Human Potential In Genetic And Theological Perspectives, M Lysaught Mar 2012

The Last Shall Be First: Human Potential In Genetic And Theological Perspectives, M Lysaught

M. Therese Lysaught

The notion of “human potential” provides a fruitful window through which to explore the competing conceptual frameworks of contemporary genetics and Christianity. The contemporary cultural frame of genetics conceives of human potential in a broadly positive manner: the source of personal and societal flourishing is located within individual bodies, waiting to be identified and unleashed by genetic science and medicine for the good of persons and society. In the Judeo-Christian narrative, human individual, biological potential is far less relevant—and, in fact, may be construed as an impediment to the achievement of personal and social flourishing. Implications for the dialogue ...


The Local Church In A Global Era: Reflections For A New Century, Max Stackhouse, Tim Dearborn, Scott Paeth Dec 1999

The Local Church In A Global Era: Reflections For A New Century, Max Stackhouse, Tim Dearborn, Scott Paeth

Scott R. Paeth

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