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- John D. Wilsey, The Impact of the Reformation on the Fine Arts.No categories
- John David Wilsey, A Critique of the Historiographical Construal of America as a Christian Nation.The Christian America thesis has grown in popularity over the past thirty years. This essay will critique the Christian America thesis, and instead offer the assertion that America was founded as a nation with religious liberty. Six lines of critique of the Christian America thesis will be presented, and the essay will attempt to show the significance of religious freedom in the founding. America‘s history points to a mixture of sacred and secular ideas. The nation is defined more realistically by (...)No categories
- Donald L. Fowler, Revisiting Holy Spirit Language…What Happened at Pentecost?No categories
- W. David Beck, Process Theology.No categories
- James A. Borland, Memorials 1996.No categories
- Gary R. Habermas, Review: Life After Death: A Study of the Afterlife in World Religions. [REVIEW]
- Gary R. Habermas, Review: Jesus in the Koran. [REVIEW]No categories
- Michael S. Jones, Review: Biblical Faith and Other Religions: An Evangelical Assessment. [REVIEW]No categories
- James A. Borland, Memorials 2002.No categories
- James A. Borland, Review: Systematic Theology: An Introduction to Biblical Doctrine. [REVIEW]No categories
- Michael S. Jones, Evangelical Christianity and the Philosophy of Interreligious Dialogue.In this essay, the author, an evangelical Christian, seeks to analyze the arguments for and against evangelical participation in interreligious dialogue. He finds that, while the arguments against evangelical participation in dialogue suggest some important boundaries for dialogue, they do not completely militate against it. Conversely, the arguments for dialogue form a persuasive case for evangelical participation.No categories
- Jason Hilgeman, Discipleship Within the Secondary School.Understanding living for God's glory results in specific ways of thinking which inform the role of the teacher as disciple-maker in the secondary Christian school. If Christian school educators are to impact the next generation, their thinking and living should change to reflect man's ultimate purpose. This integration must occur at a fundamental level within the lives of educators in order for students to be equipped to engage culture according to their design. The writer will help to make the connection (...)No categories
- Michael S. Jones, An Analysis and Critique of Immanuel Kant's “Critique of All Theology Based Upon Speculative Principles of Reason.
- Michael S. Jones, Imago Dei and the Appreciation of Beauty."Man does not live by bread alone ... " Human life embraces more than just 'living' (material survival); the human soul thrives on many ambiguous metaphysical elements. One of these elements is beauty. The question motivating this article is the ubiquitous 'why'; why do people find beauty in various elements of their environment? Put another way, what is it that enables one to appreciate beauty? The thesis of this article is that a person's ability to appreciate beauty is a result (...)
- Michael S. Jones, Review: God's Rivals: Why Has God Allowed Different Religions? Insights From the Bible and the Early Church. [REVIEW]No categories
- Will Hedrick, The Worldviews of Hinduism and the Christian Believer.In this thesis, the Vedanta branch of Hinduism will be studied in order to gain an understanding of this diverse religion. The Vedanta concept of God, the self, the problem of life, the cause of this problem, the solution, and means to reach this solution will be examined in detail. After explaining these concepts, they will be compared with Christianity in order to see what common ground exists. Along with this, apologetic thoughts will be presented so that the Christian can (...)