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18233 A Byker Farewell Dinner
5/16/2012
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Event 0120
18243 A Byker Farewell: God's Grace and Gratitude
5/16/2012
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7454 A Capella Calvin College A Capella Choir 12/13/1964
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Capella
7451 A Capella Calvin College A Capella Choir 4/24/1963
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Capella
7450 A Capella Calvin College A Capella Choir 4/21/1963
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Capella
7462 A Capella Choir A Capella Choir 4/16/1967
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Capella
7461 A Capella Choir A Capella Choir 4/16/1967
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Capella
7460 A Capella Choir A Capella Choir 4/24/1966
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Capella
7459 A Capella Choir A Capella Choir 5/2/1965
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Capella
7458 A Capella Choir A Capella Choir 5/2/1965
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Capella
7457 A Capella Choir A Capella Choir 4/26/1965
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Capella
7455 A Capella Choir, 1 of 2 A Capella Choir 4/25/1965
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Capella
7456 A Capella Choir, 2 of 2 A Capella Choir 4/25/1965
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Capella
7434 A Capella Choir; Radio Choir; Concert Band; The Meistersingers, Concert Orchestra A Capella Choir; Radio Choir; Concert Band; The Meistersingers; Concert Orchestra

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Capella
7475 A Cappella Choir A Cappella Choir

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15356 A Cappella Choir A Cappella Choir 12/13/1970 Two reels Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

10020 A Cappella Choir Calvin College A Capella Choir

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7467 A Cappella Choir A Cappella Choir

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7474 A Cappella Choir A Cappella Choir

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7468 A Cappella Choir A Cappella Choir

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15355 A Cappella Choir Concert A Cappella Choir 12/15/1968 A program for the Christmas season. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

15353 A Cappella Choir Concert A Cappella Choir 10/24/1969
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15352 A Cappella Choir Concert A Cappella Choir 2/1/1968 Bach Cantata #137; Praise to the Lord the Almighty Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

15952 A Cappella Choir Old Disc Masters A Cappella Choir
Discs II, III, IV. No date or information. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

15914 A Cappella Choir Old Disc Masters A Cappella choir

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15979 A Cappella Christmas Concert A Cappella 12/12/1965
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7472 A Cappella Concert Calvin College A Cappella Choir 5/9/1969
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7478 A Cappella Disc #2 A Cappella

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7479 A Cappella Disc #2 A Cappella

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17686 A Christian Case for Compassion for Animals
1/18/2008

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18302 A Day in the Life: Gospel Choir Tour Sawyer, Charsie 10/18/2013 Highlights trip to Honduras
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
18303 A Day in the Life: Student Maddy, Trisha 10/18/2013

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17054 A Key Rule for Preaching: "Show, Don't Tell" Hoezee, Scott 1/27/2012 Writers of fiction are taught that the most important rule for vivid writing in the composing of novels or short stories is "Show, Don’t Tell." It’s a key rule for preachers, too, and in this workshop we will explore ways to add vividness to preaching, including things we can learn from movies and other media to enliven our sermons. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2012
17786 A Liturgical Approach to the Lord’s Prayer Carvalhaes, Cláudio 1/25/2013 How does praying the Lord's Prayer affect our mission and ways of living? We’ll explore creative possibilities, including doxology, gestures, language, offering, prov idence, temptation, and eschatological understandings of "thy Kingdom come." Discover ways this ecumenical Christian prayer can empower our worshiping communities. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2013
17873 A New Heaven & A New Earth Hulst, Mary 1/20/2013 2 Peter 3:8-13
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18220 A Singer's Tour of China
3/12/2012
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3535 A.I.D.S. Arking, Lucille 1/11/1988
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January Series, 1988
14320 AACS - Wilmington Zylstra, Bernard 10/28/1978
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13824 AACS--Wilmington Zylstra, Bernard 10/28/1978 Includes sides 3 and 4 of 5 Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

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13823 AACS--Wilmington Zylstra, Bernard 10/28/1978 Includes sides 1 and 2 of 5 Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6632 Aaron Copland Birthday Celebration, 1 of 2
11/14/1990
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6631 Aaron Copland Birthday Celebration, 2 of 2
11/14/1990
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13414 Aaron Copland Celebration High School Choral Festival 11/10/1990 Copland, Aaron
For musicians throughout the world, Aaron Copland represents all that characterizes the United States. In his music he reflects the activity of urban life on the one hand and the vastness of open spaces on the other. His occasional use of folk songs with modal harmony, the melodic and rhythmic elements of jazz and populat music, the aggressive dissonance of a maching age are all the natural expressions of a lad from Brooklyn who has absorbed the life and music around him. -- Neil Butterworth
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6626 Aaron Copland Celebration; High School Choral Festival, 1 of 2
11/2/1990
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6627 Aaron Copland Celebration; High School Choral Festival, 2 of 2
11/2/1990
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8939 ABC's of the Apocalypse: Worship and Church Music, The Cruz, Virgil 1/21/1994
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Calvin College Symposium
165 Abecedary of Poetry, An Keillor, Garrison; Flint, Roland 1/18/1999
Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Available for sale. January Series, 1999
5312 Abiding Fruit Exoo, Henry 7/26/1970
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Sermons
6344 Abiding in Christ; Other God's in the Temple, The James DeJong; Mel Hugen 11/6/1988 Two services
1) AM - "Abiding in Christ" (Up to 44:50)
2) PM - "The Other God's in the Temple" (Start from 44:50)
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Plymouth Heights Christian Reformed Church
8301 Abigail Vander Hart, Organ Vander Hart, Abigail 3/11/1983
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8300 Abigail Vander Hart, Organ Vander Hart, Abigail 3/11/1983
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8299 Abigail Vander Hart, Organ Vander Hart, Abigail 3/23/1982
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8295 Abigail Vander Hart, Organ Vander Hart, Abigail 3/24/1981
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2105 Abortion Kretzehmer, Ray; Hoksbergen, Al 2/4/1971



3904 Abortion and the Language of Mortal Langerak, Edward 10/18/1986
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Calvin Center for Christian Scholarship (CCCS)
6256 Abortion Series Timmerman, John 11/23/1985

Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Calvin College Today
4336 About Brazil, 1 of 3 Muller, William

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11104 About Brazil, 2 0f 3 Muller, William

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11103 About Brazil, 3 of 3 Muller, William

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16788 Abraham Kuyper and Race: A New Look Bratt, James 2/16/2011 Abraham Kuyper has long been associated with white-racist attitudes, and respecting sub-Saharan Africa that reputation must stand as established. In the long set of essays h e wrote about his 1905-06 trip around the Mediterranean Sea, however, he shows a much more supple and nuanced set of attitudes toward non-European peoples. This lecture will explore and explain how ethnicity, religion, and culture intersected in Kuyper's thinking, noting the substantial research that lay behind his observations and the often surprising conclusions he drew for Christian thinking about the diversity and future of human cultures. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
History (college)
3090 Abraham Kuyper in his Historical Context Noll, Mark 10/30/1998


Keynote Address
18254 Abraham Kuyper in the 21st Century Bratt, James
Wolterstorff, Nicolas
Kuperus, Tracy
9/18/2013 Celebrating a New Biography
Abraham Kuyper was a giant in his time, and has been a major influence on Calvin College. But now what? What questions, challenges, and opport unities does his work raise for us today? How might James Bratt’s biography help us answer these questions?

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17386 Abraham Kuyper, Pope Leo XIII and the ACLU Consider Faith-Based Organizations' Religious Freedom Rights Monsma, Stephen 2/22/2012 Dr. Stephen Monsma will present "Abraham Kuyper, Pope Leo XIII and the ACLU Consider Faith-Based Organizations' Religious Freedom Rights." The lecture will discuss segments of Dr. Monsma's recently published book entitled Pluralism and Freedom: Faith-Based Organizations in a Democratic Society, including a discussion about the appropriate model for interaction between the government and faith-based organizations pr oviding human services to the public. Monsma asserts that the United States' commitment to pluralism, diversity, and tolerance is easier to follow in theory than in practice. In the lecture, he will contrast the foundation of faith-based organizations' re ligious freedom rights as seen in the perspectives of the ACLU, Abraham Kuyper, and Catholic social thought. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Henry Institute
11608 Abraham Kuyper: A Life in Religious Politics Bratt, James 10/23/2003 Abraham Kuyper, the founder of Amsterdam’s Free University and the Dutch prime minister from 1901 to 1905, was a scholar deeply involved in politics both as a thinker and practitioner. Professor of history James Bratt highlights a few key points of Kuyper’s political philosophy, practice, strategy and tactics, drawing some comparisons with religiously inspired politics in American history. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Noontime Series
3086 Abraham Kuyper's Socio-Political Vision and Response Heslam, Peter, Bratt, James 10/30/1998 2-CD set. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Session I: Kuyper & Reformed Social Teaching
17758 Abundance: The Future is Better Than You Think Diamandis,Peter 1/10/2013 Diamandis is the Chairman and CEO of the X Prize Foundation, which offers large cash incentive prizes to inventors who can solve grand challenges like space flight, low-cost mobile medical diagnostics and oil spill cleanup. He is the chair of Singularity University, which teaches executives and graduate students about exponentially growing technologies, and he is the founder of more than a dozen space and high tech companies . He has degrees in molecular biology and aerospace engineering from MIT, and an M.D. from Harvard Medical School.

January Series, 2013
14478 Abundant Life Around the Table Bass, Dorothy; Briehl, Susan; Haugan, Marty 1/24/2008 A meal stands at the center of Christian worship, a meal that remembers the past, nourishes us for living in the present, and draws us into God’s future, a banquet of justice and joy. How might breaking bread at the Lord’s Table form among us daily "table practices" that nourish the body and soul, seek the well-being of all people, honor and heal creation, and reveal God’s presence in the world? I n this workshop we will open the rich treasury of symbol, gesture, word and song present in three particular movements in the Sunday liturgy of Word and Sacrament-gathering gifts, giving thanks, and sending forth. Together we will sing songs and tell stor ies of God’s gift of abundant life around the Table. Come prepared to "taste and see" the goodness of God. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2008
1925 Abuse as Sin Rascoe, Michael
From the "Making Congregations Safe Places" conference at Calvin College, 1994.

Making Congregations Safe Places
5250 Abuse in the Church Blauwkamp; Van Leeuwen 3/31/1992

Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Calvin Forum
58 Academic Freedom and Christian Scholarship Diekema, Anthony; Ericson, E.; Bouma, B.; Berversluis, C.; Hardy, L. 9/28/2000 Anthony Diekema discusses themes from his book. Bookstore (college) : Archive/Available for Research
125th Anniversary Of Calvin College
5888 Academic Procession Spoelhof, William 9/24/1975
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Lecture
2640 Acceptance / Keeping Away from People Kik; De Jong; Dean



Care of Souls
2658 Acceptance or Resignation Tape 3 of 5 Kubler-Ross, Elisabeth

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16048 Accomodating the Autism Spectrum Falvo, Laurel
#1007
With the definition of autism now encompassing a wide range of behaviors, more people find themselves daily encountering those diagnosed with some version of this disorder. How can we make more room for differing styles of relating? Laurel Falvo of The Gray Center for Social Learning and Understanding provides ideas for improving communication on all sides. Shirley Hoogstra hosts.

Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Inner Compass
14337 Accompany Them With Singing: The Recovery of Authentic Christian Funeral Practices Long, Thomas 6/28/2007
Audio-Visual (college) : Available for sale.

6580 ACDA Choral Festival, 1 of 3 ACDA 2/23/1990
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6581 ACDA Choral Festival, 2 of 3 ACDA 2/23/1990
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6582 ACDA Choral Festival, 3 of 3 ACDA 2/23/1990
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15432 ACDA Michigan State Convention 2003 Calvin Women's Chorale
Shangkuan, Pearl, Conductor
Multiple choirs
10/30/2003 Concert sessions I, II, III. Calvin Women's Chorale is in Concert session I. Also on 10/31 and 11/1/03. Heritage Hall : Not Available for sale.

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14678 Acedia...Again Norris, Kathleen 4/19/2008 Few people today have encountered the word acedia, which literally means not-caring, or being unable to care—or even being unable to care that you don't care. In some ways, though, acedia defines today's culture, expressing itself as willful indifference, restless boredom, or even frantic busyness. Norris discusses both acedia and its opposite—the zeal that draws on faith, hope, and love. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2008
208 Achieving Connected Education with Collaborative Change Gilbert, Steven 10/15/1999
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
MCF Fall Technology Leadership Program
4369 Acropolis of Athens, The Patrides, C.A. 11/12/1980
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

11812 Across America: The Aspect of A Crisis Campbell, Raymon G.




1919 Action Examples: Bella Vista Church Frye, John; Dillinger, Kurt
From the "Making Congregations Safe Places" conference at Calvin College, 1994.

Making Congregations Safe Places
1929 Action Examples: Kentwood Comm. Church Roost, H. Charles
From the "Making Congregations Safe Places" conference at Calvin College, 1994.

Making Congregations Safe Places
1927 Action Examples: Georgetown CRC Plaggemeyer, Renee; Tamminga; Bouwkamp
From the "Making Congregations Safe Places" conference at Calvin College, 1994.

Making Congregations Safe Places
8825 Active Listening (Sectional #1)


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Coffee Break Sectionals and Worship Services
18331 Active Minds
11/12/2013

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13983 Activism Through Music Francis, John
#709 ACTIVISM THROUGH MUSIC Originally broadcast Nov. 19, 2006
When a songwriter wants to convey a message, when does it become propaganda? It’s OK to be influenced by other fine musicians, but when does imitation set in? Host Karen Saupe enjoys a conversation with Philadelphia singer/songwriter John Francis, followed by his performance of one song.

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Inner Compass
1796 Adamic Administration Murray, John




16869 Adam's Bloodline:Genesis, Race and Human Origins Livingstone, David N. 2/11/2010 David Livingstone is a professor of Geography & Intellectual History, Queen's University Belfast.
The idea that the human race can be traced back to a single ancesto r has been both deep and lasting. In our own day it surfaces in very different arenas, both religious and secular. Contemporary geneticists and palaeo-anthropologists, for example, using DNA research, have variously christened humanity’s common ance stor Mitochondrial Eve and Y-chromosome Adam. Representing a very different politics, religiously-motivated racial supremacists in the United States have been no less busy working out an Adamic chronology for particular racial groups with particularly per nicious propaganda. In this lecture I explore something of these recent obsessions before turning to an historical analysis of the role of the biblical Adam in theories about human origins over the past five centuries. In particular I focus on a wide rang e of thinkers who argued for the existence of human beings before the Adam of the Genesis narrative.


Human Origins Seminar Series
5341 Addicts Exoo, Henry 8/31/1975
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Sermons
5342 Addicts Exoo, Henry 9/7/1975
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Sermons
16501 Adding Cross to Crown: Religion and the Politics in the American Experience Noll, Mark A. 11/1/1995

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5772 Address at Calvin College Milliken, William 10/28/1970
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14822 ADHD in the 21st Century Mason, Oren 8/14/2008

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5008 Admissions Office Calvin College


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5009 Admissions Office Calvin College


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3619 Admissions Program


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5012 Admissions Slide Show

Mixed Master Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

5011 Admissions Slide Show

Music Only Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

5019 Admissions Slide Show
9/1/1984 Audio soundtrack to accompany slide show used by Calvin College Admissions Office in 1984 - 1985. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

5015 Admissions Slide Show

Left Channel-Voices
Right Channel-Music
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5013 Admissions Slide Show

Duplication Master Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

10741 Adoption part 2: The Child's View Nydam, Ron 10/23/2002 #305 ADOPTION, PART 2
When you think of adoption, what comes to mind? A host of mysterious, unpredictable, unaccountable problems, or the beauty of grafting a needy child into a healthy home? Ron Nydam of Calvin Seminary, author of the book Adoptees Come of Age: Living within Two Families, describes the challenges adopted children face throughout their lives and how awareness can help fight much of the battle.

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Inner Compass
10740 Adoption, part1: The Parents' View Grant, George; Recker, Sandy 10/16/2002 #304 ADOPTION, PART 1
This episode focuses on children who are removed from their homes, placed in the foster care system, and eventually into new permanent families. Gue sts George Grant, Jr. of the Grand Valley State University School of Social Work and Sandy Recker, Adoption Specialist for the Kent County Circuit Court, explain how the process works, where reform is needed, and how adoptive families can bring hope to li ttle ones who need another chance.

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Inner Compass
14972 Adult Children and Their Aging Parents Holstege, Henry 6/12/1992
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1992 Chaplains Retreat
8882 Adult Children of Sexually Dysfunctionally Families, Saturday, June 22 Grant J.

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Spiritual Awakenings
14374 Adults with ADD Mason, Oren
#802 ADULTS WITH A.D.D. Originally broadcast Oct. 21, 2007
Many of us know someone who can’t hold onto a job, an education program, or even a marriage. We might ca ll them “irresponsible.” But what if all this could be set right with a daily dose of medicine? Dr. Oren Mason, of the Behavioral Medicine Center in Grand Rapids, tells host Shirley Hoogstra how adults are suffering with, discovering, and trea ting their A.D.D.

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Inner Compass
2274 Advanced Counseling Techniques Olson, Keith
Tape 1-1:26:12
Tape 201:22:52


Group's International Kidstitute
11936 Advanced Preaching Reverend Lesli




14518 Advanced Vocals and Vocal Arranging Cook, Vikki 1/25/2008 This session will cover how to sing effectively as a worship team, and how to make the truths you are singing "come alive." Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2008
17095 Advantages of Being Under Threat, The: Geneva and the Myth of the Escalade, December 1602 Maag, Karin 4/20/2011 On a cold and dark night in December 1602, the troops of Catholic Savoy staged a daring attempt to seize control of Protestant Geneva and restore it both to Catholicism and to the overlordship of Charles-Emmanuel, Duke of Savoy. This presentation will focus on the ways in which the Genevans used their retelling of the event as the linchpin in a very effective Europe-wide fund-raising campaign, chiefly designed to shore up Ge nevan defenses against possible future attacks. By portraying itself as a victim or near-victim of Catholic conspiracies, Geneva galvanized and united its population, successfully gained attention and sympathy from fellow Protestants across Europe, and hi ghlighted God's providential care of Geneva. This masterful myth-making exercise raised Geneva's profile at a time when its reputation was otherwise declining, and contributed significantly to Geneva's ongoing fame as the bastion of the Reformed faith. Co -sponsored by the Meeter Center for Calvin Studies.


5805 Advent Pekelder, Bernard 11/28/1973
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Chapel
17750 Advent
12/2/2012

Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. LOFT (Living Our Faith Together)
6096 Advent: The Coming of Christ - Worship 1
7/11/2001 Opening Worship

Conference on Liturgy & Music (COLAM)
17103 Adventure of Biblical Interpretation, The Bruner, Frederick Dale 7/20/2011


Seminars at Calvin
9003 Adventures of Calvin's Heirs Romonowski, William 6/4/1992
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Ministers' Institute
16919 Adventures on the Appalachian Trail: True Stories of Lightning Strikes, Stalkers, and World Records Pharr Davis, Jennifer 1/13/2012 This past summer an incredible woman took an incredible journey on foot. That woman, Jennifer Pharr-Davis, covered the 2,181 mile Appalachian Trail in 46 days, 11 hours, and 20 minutes. No one, man or woman, has ever covered the trail more quickly. She is the author of Becoming Odyssa, an adventure memoir written after her first experience of thru-hiking the AT in 2005. Since then she has hiked over 11,000 miles of Long Dist ance Trails. She has trekked on 6 continents and currently holds endurance records on The Appalachian Trail, Long Trail and Bibbulmun Track. She is the owner of Blue Ridge Hiking Company and was named Outdoor Person of the Year in 2008. National Geographi c recently named her one of ten Adventurers of the Year 2012. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research January Series, 2012
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12350 Advice to Christian Apologists William Lane Craig, Ph.D. 11/10/2004
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Stob Lectures
12385 Advice to Christian Apologists Craig, Dr. William Lane 11/10/2004 Suppose someone feels a call to engage in Christian apologetics or even to become vocationally a Christian apologist. What positive steps should such a person take and what pitfalls should he or she look out for? This lecture seeks to both encourage and admonish those who embark upon so fearful a task. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Stob Lectures
8390 Aerobics Dance Fold Music Mix


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8391 Aerobics Dance Popular Music Mix


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12606 Aesthetics of Collage in Electronic Music, The Wolpa, Adam 4/2/2005
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Music, 2005
8894 Affirmation: Changing Our Core Beliefs, Saturday, June 22 Grant J.; Art F.

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Spiritual Awakenings
14006 Affirmative Action Panel Discussion



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12100 Affirmative Action Panel Discussion, 1 of 2
5/24/2004
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Lecture
12101 Affirmative Action Panel Discussion, 2 of 2
5/24/2004
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Lecture
12299 Affirmative Action: Doorway or Decoy? Allen, William
#504 AFFIRMATIVE ACTION: DOORWAY OR DECOY?
Pretty regularly the question arises: do we still need affirmative action? Followed by a second: you don’t think racism i s over, do you? And so the misunderstandings and misfirings continue for another round. William Allen, political scientist at Michigan State University, describes for host Shirley Hoogstra why he thinks there’s a better way to fight the disadvantage s so many minorities experience.

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3952 Affliction Eldersveld, Peter 10/9/1955
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Back-to-God Hour
12305 Africa and Globalization: Not Cashing In Jelks, Randal
#510 AFRICA & GLOBALIZATION: NOT CASHING IN
With the rich resources found in most African countries, what keeps them from prospering in this era of globalization? Ran dal Jelks, director of Calvin’s Africa & African Diaspora Studies minor, explains to host Karen Saupe what is happening, what history tells us about it, and how our lack of awareness makes everything worse.

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13348 Africa Project: Blessings of Giving, The Phiri, John
Stewardship Sermon "The Blessings of Giving" preached in the Chichewa language by Rev. John Phiri.
Heritage Hall : Available for sale.
13347 Africa Project: Malawi Pastor's Workshop Seely, Edward D.
Highlights of Africa Project Malawi Pastor's Workshop. Includes history and background of Africa Project explained by Dr. Mel Hugen, Director.
Heritage Hall : Available for sale.
13346 Africa Project: Malawi Workshop Seely, Edward D.
Highlights of Africa Project Malawi Pastor's Workshop.
Heritage Hall : Available with permission.
13345 Africa Project: Malawi Worship Workshop Seely, Edward D.
3 Parts: 1. Worship Service produced by Africa Project Worship Workshop attendees. 2. Excerpt of Worship Workshop. 3. Interview with Rev. Davies Mbuzi.
Heritage Hall : Available for sale.
16670 Africa Reconciliation Amaezechi, Joshua; Layne, Tamrat 12/4/2010

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3309 Africa Today: Democracy, Factionalism, and Brain Drain Ajakaiye, Deborah 1/23/1996
Heritage Hall : No Restriction Heritage Hall : Available for sale. January Series, 1996
3995 Africa: A Continent in Crisis Wilson, Donald

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4889 Africa: Continent in Crisis Wilson, D. 7/20/1986

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Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
3418 Africa: Continent in Crisis Wilson, Don 7/20/1986 Don Wilson interviewed on "Sunday Morning" program.

Portable Calvin
14786 African American Consultation Miller, Albert G. 7/26/2001 Seminars in Christian Scholarship Heritage Hall : Available for sale.
African American Consultation
6185 African American Scholars in Higher Education King, Brenda; Mwase, Isaac; Omolade, Barbara 9/29/2001
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Christian Scholarship...For What?
10835 African American Women's Conference F98-26 Van Deueud; Sawyer


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13611 African Americans in the Furniture City Jelks, Randal Maurice 1/16/2006 Randal Jelks is an associate professor of History and Director of the African and African Dispora Studies Minor at Calvin College. He will speak on the topic of his new book (release: December 2005), "African Americans in the Furniture City: The Struggle for Civil Rights in Grand Rapids".
What does the history of African Americans in Grand Rapids tell us about our city's history, our region in the State of Mi chigan and the conditions of struggling people worldwide? Western Michigan is the fastest growing region in our State and the significance of African Americans and recent immigrants and migrants is key to understanding how our city will fare regionally an d internationally through the 21 st century. The past shapes our present.
Listen to audio at: www.calvin.edu/january/2006/
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14740 African Christian Initiatives: Some Lessons for the West Omenyo, Cephas 5/6/2008 Cephas Omenyo is currently the John A. Mackay Professor of World Christianity at Princeton Theological Seminary. This event is co-sponsored by The Gary and Henrietta Byker C hair in Christian Perspectives on Political, Social and Economic Thought; African and African Diaspora Studies; the Department of Sociology and Social Work; and the Nagel Institute.
The recording is incomplete.
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Byker Chair
15994 African Independent Church Leaders' Knowledge and Attitutes about HIV Slager, Dianne 3/31/2009 Dianne Slager, a professor of nursing at Calvin College will speak about her work and research in East Africa. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Nagel Institute
14166 African Renaissance: Its Politico-Economic Initiatives, Negations, and Contributions of African Theology Nkesiga, Rev. Dr. Solomon 10/3/2006 Rev. Dr. Solomon Nkesiga, President of Kampala Evangelical School of Theology (KEST) in Uganda, spoke October 3, 2006, at Calvin College. 2-CD set. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Nagel Institute
16080 African Solutions for African Problems Ayittey, George 1/22/2010 Ghanaian economist at American University, recognized authority on Africa and Economic Development, and author of the influential book Africa Unchained . He has coined the t erm “the Hippo and Cheetah generations” referring to the old and new African elites. He focuses on bottom-up economics through “Cheetah Enterprises” – projects starting at the grassroots level that enable Africans to improve their quality of life. He speaks passionately about empowering Africans to take back Africa. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research January Series, 2010
16058 African Solutions for African Problems Ayittey, George
#1017
People across Africa were actually living well until European colonialists took control of the natural resources to enhance their own wealth. Now that the occupiers are gone, new governments are still sending wealth offshore--into personal foreign bank accounts! Economist George Ayittey, President of the Free Africa Foundation and author of Africa Unchained: the Blueprint for Africa’s Future, shares his ideas for how Africa can take control of its own riches, starting in the village square. Karen Saupe hosts.

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13637 African-American Gospel Music for Choirs of any Ethnic Group Abbington, James 1/27/2006 C1 Come to an annotated reading session led by this gifted editor, performer, and conductor of African American hymns and anthems. Add to your choir's repertoire as you lear n about teaching, conducting, and playing Gospel songs Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2006
3150 African-American Music in Worship Armstrong, Anton



5th Calvin Symposium
3142 Afrikaner Experiences in the Witness for Justice and Peace in South Africa Botha, Dr. Elaine



Calvin Theological Seminary
3432 Afro-American Poetry Davis, Abraham 1/18/1988
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January Series, 1988
6150 Afro-American Poetry Davis, Abraham Jr. 1/18/1988

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4904 Afscheiding Celebration (2 Tapes)
10/11/1984
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11746 After Billy Graham: The Future of American Protestantism Balmer, Randall 1/14/2004 As Protestants embark on the 21st century, they no longer enjoy the dominance they once held in North America. Changes to immigration laws have gradually altered the religio us landscape of the United States, but Protestantism in America faces internal crises as well, notably an appalling lack of leadership such as was provided for more than half a century by Billy Graham. Randall Balmer, the Ann Whitney Olin Professor of Ame rican Religion at Columbia University and senior writer for Christianity Today, has published widely and speaks frequently on religion in America. His lecture speculates on what lies ahead in a religious world without Billy Graham, a world where Baptists no longer behave like Baptists. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research January Series, 2004
2220 After Fifty Years Hoeksema, Homer 12/19/1974



3530 After the Cold War: Global Peace or Global Pieces Aikman, David 1/20/1995
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3317 After the Cold War: Global Peace or Global Pieces Aikman, David 1/20/1995
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Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
13813 After the Feast Crouch, Andy; Crouch, Susan VanZanten Ballagher 4/22/2006 Andy Crouch and Susan VanZanten Gallagher Crouch and Gallagher reflect on the questions, themes, and issues that have marked this year's Festival of Faith and Writing. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2006
4988 After the Fourth Day Van Till, Howard


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16198 After the Storm: Bringing Hope to Honduras and Nicaragua after Hurricane Mitch



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3231 Afternoon Event: Lee Smith Smith, Lee 4/13/1996
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14098 Afternoon with Christopher Buckley, An Buckley, Christopher 1/22/2007 A political and social satirist who provides a break from the ordinary with his unique insights and witty perspective on politics, culture and today's society. The founding editor of Forbes FYI , Buckley speaks knowledgeably with the unique talent of holding the interest of every audience member. He writes regularly for The New Yorker, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and many other publications. He is the best-sellin g author of eleven satirical novels including "Thank You for Smoking", which has become a major motion picture staring Robert Duvall, and "No Way to Treat a First Lady". A former speechwriter for Vice President George H.W. Bush, Buckle y gives audiences a humorous and sardonic look at the inner workings of the White House. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research January Series, 2007
4389 Afternoon Worship Hoffman, Ruth 11/19/1991
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Partnership in the Gospel
4655 Again I Say Rejoice: Rejoice and Be Steadfast Van Halsema, Dick L

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4653 Again I Say, Rejoice: Rejoice in Serving Van Halsema, Dick L.

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4652 Again I Say, Rejoice: Rejoice in Suffering Van Halsema, Dick L.

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4654 Again I Say, Rejoice: Rejoice in the Savior Van Halsema, Dick L.

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16070 Against All Odds Carey, Harvey 1/8/2010 Founder and senior pastor of Citadel of Faith Covenant Church, a congregation of 800 in Detroit, Michigan. Located in one of the poorest zip codes in America, Citadel of fai th is committed to providing real solutions for people and communities in distress. Pastor Carey serves as the Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Central Detroit Christian Community Development Corporation, a non-profit providing social services, housing, and enrichment activities for youth and children. Pastor Carey, who grew up in the projects of southside Chicago, is an exceptional communicator, widely known for his ability to communicate the transforming truth of God's Word. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research January Series, 2010
14813 Against Idolatry Connell, George 4/4/1997
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Postmodern Philosophy and Chrisitian Thought
16433 Against Multiverse Theodicies Monton, Bradley 2/26/2010 Consider the problem of evil: there's pointless suffering in the world, hence there's no perfectly good God. Also consider the problem of no best world: no matter which univ erse God creates, he could have created a better one, and hence God isn't perfect, because God could have done better. To defend the existence of a perfect God against these two problems, some have proposed that God creates an infinite number of universes -- every universe that contains more good than evil, for example. I argue that this appeal to multiple universes does not actually solve either of the problems. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.

10644 Against Naturalism Plantinga, Alvin C. 9/27/2002



11 Age of Access, The: The New Culture of Hypercapitalism Where All of Life is a Paid-For-Experience Rifkin, Jeremy 1/4/2001
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Available for sale. January Series, 2001
5499 Age of Reason Ippel, Henry 11/14/1967
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Lecture
5503 Age of Reason Ippel, Henry 4/15/1969
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Lecture
15984 Age of Women: Gender, Age and Health, The Bluhm, Sheila 9/30/2009 Even though old women are the fastest growing segment of U.S. and global populations, they are marginalized and devalued by the combined impact of ageism and sexism. This le cture highlights the issues of older women, including their demography, invisibility, stereotypes, the feminization of poverty, caregiving, widowhood, housing, and health. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Gender Studies Program Lecture
3415 Aging Holstege


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9178 Aging and Approaching Death
9/15/1984
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Death and Dying Seminar
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
14971 Aging, Medical Care, and Dying Holstege, Henry 6/12/1992
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1992 Chaplains Retreat
6392 Agreeing to Share O'Donovan, Rev. Oliver 11/7/2001
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Stob Lectures
6054 AIDS 2001 Wispelway, Brian


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3331 AIDS 2001: The Odyssey of an Expanding Tragedy Wispelwey, Brian 1/18/1994
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4730 AIDS 2001: The Odyssey of an Expanding Tragedy Wispelwey, Brian 1/18/1994
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January Series, 1994
10758 AIDS in Africa Patterson, Amy
#322 AIDS IN AFRICA
Why is it that the less we are at risk for a disease, the less we’re interested in it? We’re fortunate to even have the choice. In countri es where poverty and AIDS mix, the choices are few. Amy Patterson of the Calvin College department of political science, who studies African development and the politics of AIDS, gives a picture of the people trying to avoid AIDS in Africa.

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2653 AIDS: Myths and Facts Kraker, Steven

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10834 AIDS: The Worldwide Picture F98-27



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3886 Aim of Christian Learning, The DeVos, Peter 1/19/1982 CPOL Lecture Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Lecture
9293 Air Band


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9261 Air Band Air Band

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12533 Air Band '99. Master Copy



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16663 Air Traffic Control 101 Buma, Craig 9/23/2010
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Noontime Series
13459 Airband 1999
2/19/1999 Calvin College Airband, 1999.
Available only to participants.
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Airband
13695 Airband 2002: Breaking Through Byker Byker, Gaylen
Available to participants only.
The President's office entry into the Airband Event.

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13854 Airband 2006, Read My Lips
2/17/2006 Calvin College Airband, 2006.
Available only to participants.

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15259 Airband 2008
2/8/2008

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17300 Airband 2012: Saturday Night Fever



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15301 Airband XXV 2009 Various 2/20/2009 25th Aniversary of Calvin College Airband, 2009.
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10911 Airband, 2003
2/7/2003 Calvin College Airband, 2003.
Available only to participants.
Homecoming 2003

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12695 Airband, 2005 Finally Legal
2/18/2005 Calvin College Airband, 2005.
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14282 Airband, 2007 Let It All Sync In
2/9/2007 Calvin College Airband, 2007.
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13696 Airband: Pres. Byker Special Edition Byker, Gaylen
President Byker's entries into Airband 2002, "Breaking Through Byker" and 2006, "Mates in the Making" (with President Spoelhof).
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8785 Aircraft


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8784 Aircraft


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15747 Airin Efferin, piano Efferin, Airin 5/2/2009 Student Recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Student Recital
15675 Airin Efferin, piano Efferin, Airin 4/8/2008 Student Recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Student Recital
4901 Al Ackerman Show Ackerman, Al

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10220 Alarabara
11/9/2000 Not available. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

16199 Albert and Carolyn Strydhorst: Nigeria, 1994-1996

Nigeria, 1994-1996
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16431 Album of Choral Music by the Calvin College Choir, An Capella Choir 1/1/1949 Ten tracks from an album of 78 rpm records made in 1949(?).
1. Calvin Friendship Song
2. Salutation
3. Give Thanks to God
4. O, For a Thousand Tongues to Sing< BR>5. Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen
6. Rejoice and Sing
7. Let All the Nations Praise the Lord
8. Almighty God, God of Our Fathers
9. Our Master Hath a Garden
10. A Mighty Fortress
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Capella
11517 Album of Choral Music, An Calvin College A Cappella Choir

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2596 Alcoholic, The Belben, Ernest




3759 Alcoholism and the Miracle of Intervention Hoogewind, Allan 6/3/1986
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Ministers' Institute
15532 Alex Agard, baritone Agard, Alex
Hutchins, Charles, piano
11/22/2005 Student recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Student recital
8123 Alexa Helgeland, Soprano Helgeland, Alexa 3/22/1983
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8121 Alexa Helgeland, Soprano; William Bokhout, Baritone, 1 of 2 Helgeland, Alexa; Bokhout, William 4/27/1981
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8122 Alexa Helgeland, Soprano; William Bokhout, Baritone, 2 of 2 Helgeland, Alexa; Bokhout, William 4/27/1981
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4839 Alexander Solzhenitsyn Ericson Jr., Edward 9/12/1986

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3994 Alexander Solzhenitsyn Ericson, Edward

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3417 Alexander Solzhenitsyn Ericson, Ed 10/13/1985 Ed Ericson interviewed on "Sunday Morning" program. Heritage Hall : Available with permission. Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Portable Calvin
6833 Alger Park Christian Reformed Church Alleluia Series Christian Reformed Church- Alger Park 6/7/1992
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Alleluia Series
6834 Alger Park Christian Reformed Church Alleluia Series Christian Reformed Church- Alger Park 6/7/1992
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Alleluia Series
18247 Alive in the World Claiborne, Shane
FFW2012 Plenary 4 Audio-Visual : Archive/Available for Research
FFW2012
17215 Alive in the World: Stories of God's Revolution Claiborne, Shane 4/21/2012 Our personal stories often animate biblical truths. Activist and writer Shane Claiborne shares stories of the early Christians, along with some of his personal stories--grow ing up in the Bible Belt, working with Mother Teresa in Calcutta, getting arrested for feeding the homeless, travelling to Iraq during the bombing--and invites us to re-imagine what it means to be the body of Christ alive in the world, to join God’s revolution where we are. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Festival of Faith & Writing, 2012
17309 All Campus Byker Farewell
5/2/2012



18242 All Campus Byker Farewell
5/2/2012
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Event 0119
16358 All Good Writers are from Missouri Cook, Hugh 4/17/2010 "Show, don't tell" is one of the oldest writing maxims around. This practical, hands-on session explores the importance of concrete detail for effective writing. T he emphasis is on fiction, but other forms of writing may be touched on as well. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2010
16598 All Kinds of Minds Grandin, Temple
As a young adult visiting her aunt’s farm, Temple Grandin found herself able to intuit what the livestock feared as they experienced the regular stresses of farm life. Was it because of her autism? Now this Colorado State University professor is widely known both for her animal welfare research and for her many books on autism. She tells how she has dedicated her life to helping animals and people understand each other . Karen Saupe hosts.
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16623 All Kinds of Minds: The Importance of Developing Each Person's Unique Strengths Grandin, Temple 1/10/2011 Ms. Grandin is the most accomplished and well-known adult with autism in the world. An expert on animal behavior, she has designed humane handling systems for half the cat tle-processing facilities in the US and consults with the meat industry to develop animal welfare guidelines. She is an Associate Professor of Animal Science at Colorado State University, a prominent author and speaker and was recently named as one of th e 25 "Heroes" in this years' Time 100 annual list of the world's most influential people. Her books about her interior life as an autistic person have increased the world’s understanding of the condition with personal immediacy – an d with import, as rates of autism diagnosis rise. An HBO movie was recently made about her life starring actress Clare Danes. She is revered by animal rights groups and members of the autistic community, perhaps because in both regards she is a voice fo r those who are sometimes challenged to make themselves heard. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research January Series, 2011
16352 All Other Nights Horn, Dara 4/17/2010 Dara Horn discusses the themes that run through her historical novel All Other Nights, which tells the story of Jewish spies during the Civil War and brings biblical themes and questions of faith and freedom into the central historical drama of American identity. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2010
6002 All Praise and Thanks to God
3/4/2001
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125th Anniversary of Calvin College & Sem.
11737 All Praise and Thanks to god. 125th Anniversary Worship Service
3/4/2001
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125th Anniversary of Calvin College
10376 All Praise and Thanks to God: 125th Anniversary Worship Service
3/4/2001 Disc a is edited original master, not for production. Disc b is production master. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
125th Anniversary of the CRC
18322 All Saints Day Observance
10/31/2013

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12283 All Seminary Conference Panel 9/10/2004



9793 All Sports Night Youngsma, Sid 5/29/1986
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11537 All Tech'd Out: Computers in Schools Stoll, Clifford
#414 ALL TECH'D OUT: COMPUTERS IN SCHOOLS
Are students with computers getting the better education? Or do computers actually kill creativity in several important ways? Cl ifford Stoll, author of High-Tech Heretic, challenges educators and parents (and host Karen Saupe) to think outside the box.

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5780 All-Campus Activities Program Lecture Morgenthau, Hans 1/25/1974
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Lecture
13579 Alleluia, Songs of Praise DeVos, Jack
DeVos, Rosemary

Vocal Duets by Jack and Rosemary De Vos Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

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16712 Alleluias Concentrated: Enabling Expansive Worship in Small Membership Congregations Detterman, Paul 1/28/2011 "If we only had / could" can become too common a phrase in smaller congregations. God invites us to worship as we can, not as we can’t. Paul Detterman spe nds the vast majority of his time working with 'wee kirks' (under 70 in worship). This session will equip and encourage even the smallest congregation (or small group within a larger community) to design and experience deep, joy-filled worship using every thing God has given them and requiring nothing more. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2011
14973 Allen Verhey Session 1 Verhey, Allen

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1991 Chaplains Retreat
14974 Allen Verhey Session 2 Verhey, Allen

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1991 Chaplains Retreat
3702 Allendale, MI Second CRC Dedication Service
1/1/1954
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CRC Congregations
16708 Allowing the Liturgical Year to Shape Sunday Worship Zimmerman, Joyce Ann 1/28/2011 From Sunday as the first feast of the Christian Church through the later development of a liturgical year that celebrates the life of Christ, this approach to worship offers rich possibilities for shaping celebration. Theology, themes, environment, and music will all be part of the discussion. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2011
15911 Alma Mater Calvin Orchestra

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15394 Alon Goldstein, Piano Goldstein, Alon 3/1/2003 Not available for production Heritage Hall : Not Available for sale.
Artist Series
16912 Alone Together: Why We Expect More from Technology and Less from Each Other Turkle, Sherry 1/4/2012 A professor, author, consultant, researcher and licensed clinical psychologist, Sherry Turkle has spent the last 20 years researching the psychology of people’s relati onships with technology. She is a professor at MIT and the founder and director of the MIT Initiative on Technology and Self. Her latest book “Alone Together” explores our digital lives in todays always on, always connected culture. Profiles o f Sherry have appeared in such publications as The New York Times, Scientific American, and Wired Magazine. She is a featured media commentator on the effects of technology for CNN, NBC, ABC, and NPR, including appearances on such programs as Nightline an d 20/20 Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research January Series, 2012
14384 Altering the Disabled: The "Pillow Angel" Controversy Diekema, Douglas
#812 ALTERING THE DISABLED: THE “PILLOW ANGEL” CONTROVERSY Originally broadcast Feb. 17, 2008
Many severely disabled children are cared for at home until th ey grow too large for their parents to be able to handle them. But what if a surgery could keep such a child mid-sized forever? Calvin College January Series guest Douglas Diekema, a Seattle physician and ethics consultant, tells host Shirley Hoogstra abo ut such a surgery at his hospital and how people have responded to it.

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14209 Alternative Energy Presentation Huen, Matt
Granholm, Jennifer
2/20/2007 Presentation of Wind Energy Project to Govenor Granholm by a group of Calvin students and Professor Huen.
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5950 Alternative Muse, An Van Kley, Edwin 1/21/1974
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Lecture
11504 Alternative Protestantism Milbank, John 9/12/2003 Plenary Address Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Radical Orthodoxy Conference
3854 Alternative Seminary Speech DeJong, P.Y. 6/15/1981
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10718 Alternatives to Divorce Dykstra, Linda; Hoogstra, Shirley 10/24/2001 #204 ALTERNATIVES TO DIVORCE
When a couple's hope for their marriage is destroyed, how can it be reborn? Psychologist Linda Dykstra's book Marriage Owner's Manual details what years of counseling have revealed to her about what builds, destroys, and repairs a marriage. Sharing these discoveries with many couples has lead them to try again.

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15229 Alumni Basketball Halftime Commercial Bradford, Jonathan 1972 Grad
Dieleman, Mary 1974 Grad
Mosley, Edward 1970 Grad
1/9/1995 Black and white comercial aired during the Calvin Hope Basketball halftime.
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9460 Alumni Chamber Orchestra Alumni Chamber Orchestra 11/13/1994
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5295 Alumni Chapel, 1956 Eppinga, Jacob
A chapel service held for alumni at Calvin College. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Chapel
4704 Alumni Chapel, 2/9/1979 Westmaas, Richard 2/9/1979 A chapel service held for alumni at Calvin College. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Chapel
6829 Alumni Choir Alumni Choir 5/24/1992
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6828 Alumni Choir Alumni Choir 5/25/1992
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6827 Alumni Choir Alumni Choir 5/25/1992
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6830 Alumni Choir Alumni Choir 5/24/1992
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9254 Alumni Choir Alumni Choir 1/15/1995
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9714 Alumni Choir Smith, Charles K., conductor
January, 1992 Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

9419 Alumni Choir Alumni Choir
Smith, Charles, conductor
1/7/1994 1/7/94 is in Kalamazoo. See also HHDAT0177 on 1/9/94. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

9420 Alumni Choir Alumni Choir 1/9/1994 See also HHDAT0176 performance in Kalamazoo on 1/7/94. Heritage Hall : No Restriction

9332 Alumni Choir Smith, Charles, conductor 1/7/1996 Concert Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

9399 Alumni Choir Alumni Choir
Werner, Hans Martin, conductor
5/23/1993 concert Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

9271 Alumni Choir May 1995 Alumni Choir
Smith, Charles, conductor
Bos, Kenneth, accompanist
5/21/1995
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

5932 Alumni Homecoming Chapel, 3/2/1962 Vander Ark, John 3/2/1962 A chapel service held for alumni at Calvin College. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Chapel
7905 Alumni Homecoming Recital Faber, Trudy 2/9/1985
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6771 Alumni Homecoming Recital- Kiemel/Velting, 1 of 2 Alumni Homecoming Recital- Kiemel/Velting 2/22/1992
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6772 Alumni Homecoming Recital- Kiemel/Velting, 2 of 2 Alumni Homecoming Recital- Kiemel/Velting 2/22/1992
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17561 Alumni January 2000



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6041 Alumni Lecture Heyns, G. 2/12/1966
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6767 Alumni Music Festival Alumni Music Festival 2/21/1992
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6768 Alumni Music Festival Alumni Music Festival 2/21/1992
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6769 Alumni Music Festival Alumni Music Festival 2/21/1992
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6770 Alumni Music Festival Alumni Music Festival 2/21/1992
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6662 Alumni Music Festival, 1 of 4 Alumni Music 2/16/1991
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6663 Alumni Music Festival, 2 of 4 Alumni Music 2/16/1991
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6664 Alumni Music Festival, 3 of 4 Alumni Music 2/16/1991
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6665 Alumni Music Festival, 4 of 4 Alumni Music 2/16/1991
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4760 Alumni Program Youngsma, Sid

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9425 Alumni Radio Program Alumni Radio Program 2/19/1994 2 tapes Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

9289 Alumni Radio Show Leetsma, Tom; Meyering, Bob 2/10/1996
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Homecoming
9288 Alumni Radio Show
2/9/1996 Friday night performance Heritage Hall : No Restriction

7914 Alumni Recital Huizenga, Trudi 2/11/1984
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7903 Alumni Recital, 1 of 2 Faber, Trudy 1/10/1976
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7904 Alumni Recital, 2 of 2 Faber, Trudy 1/10/1976
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17092 Always With Us? The Movement to End Homelessness in the U.S Pitkin, Bill 4/13/2011 Homelessness is the most extreme manifestation of poverty in our society and is often treated as an inevitable, intractable feature of urban life in the U.S. Over the past decade, however, a conviction has developed that it is possible to end, not just manage, homelessness. Hundreds of cities across the nation have developed Plans to End Homelessness and in 2010 the Federal government for the first time released a plan to end homelessness in the country.
In this lecture, Bill Pitkin, Ph.D., Director of Domestic
Programs for the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, will outline the current dynamics and trends of homelessness and major policy and programmatic shifts in add ressing homelessness in recent years. He will cover national trends but also focus on the case of Los Angeles, the so-called "homelessness capital of the nation." Presented from the perspective and experience of one of the largest philanthropic institutions in the U.S. working to end homelessness, the talk will provide lessons learned for effective public-private-nonprofit
partnerships.



15704 Alyssa Loufman, mezzo-soprano; Tracie VerMerris, soprano Loufman, Alyssa
VerMerris, Tracie
Hoisington, Linda, piano
11/8/2008 Student Recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Student Recital
5784 AM and PM Services at Woodlawn CRC Nederhood, Joel 2/22/1976
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Sermons
15728 Amanda Koopman, mezzo-soprano Koopman, Amanda
Hoisington, Linda, piano
4/4/2009 Student Recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Student Recital
15673 Amanda Koopman, mezzo-soprano; Jordan Clegg, baritone Koopman, Amanda
Clegg, Jordan
Hoisington, Linda, piano
3/29/2008 Student Recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Student Recital
15736 Amanda Rose Van Grouw, soprano; Katie Wigboldy, soprano Van Grouw, Amanda Rose
Wigboldy, Katie
4/18/2009 Student Recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Student Recital
4528 Amazing Grace Smedes, Lewis 10/26/1975
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Sermon
5883 Amazing Grace Smedes, Lewis 10/26/1975
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3290 Amazing Grace: The Lives of Children and the Conscience of a Nation Kozol, Jonathan 1/22/1997 Jonathan Kozol has spent much of his life talking and listening to children and giving voice to their struggles and hardships through his writing. His first book, Death at an Early Age, a description of his fourth-grade teaching experience in a segregated Boston classroom, was published in 1967 and received the National Book Award in Science, Philosophy, and Religion. In his latest book, Amazing Grace: The Lives of Children and the Conscience of a Nation, Dr. Kozol writes with compelling sensitivity about the children and their families who live in the South Bronx, the poorest congressional district of our nation, and how they find the strength to prevail in the face of vio lence, poverty, and racial isolation. [Close-Captioned] Heritage Hall : No Restriction Heritage Hall : Available for sale. January Series, 1997
16201 Ambassadors for Christ: Gary and Pam Van Veen in the Dominican Republic

Gary and Pam Van Veen in the Dominican Republic
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6117 Ambiguity of Christian Politics, The Neuhaus, Richard 3/6/1991

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12653 American Archaeological Work in Jordan Bikai, Dr. Pierre 4/13/2005 Director of the American Center of Oriental Research, Amman, Jordan None : Not Recorded. None : Not Recorded. Petra
13 American Athlete as American Hero, The Deford, Frank 1/8/2001 Deford’s lecture will address the American athlete as American hero. Americans seem to need heroes more than most other cultures and we are turning more and more to sp orts to find them. What is it that makes this so? What types of athletes become heroes and not just stars? Bookstore (college) : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Available for sale. January Series, 2001
4305 American Black Experience, The: A Journey of Lonliness and Rage Meeks, Cathy 1/21/1980
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5763 American Black Experience: A Journey of Loneliness and Rage, The Meeks, Cathy 1/21/1980
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16346 American Born Korean: Race, Faith, and Identity in Young Adult Literature Han, Jenny 4/17/2010 Should an Asian-American writer be writing Asian-American books? What role does race play in children's literature today? Jenny Han discusses her own identity as an Asian-Am erican who writes young adult books that are not necessarily about the Asian-American experience, and traces the racial climate in children's books today. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
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12313 American Catholic Church, The Steinfels, Peter
#518 AMERICAN CATHOLICISM
As the numbers of ordained Catholic clergy drop in America, who will pick up the task of nurturing the old institutions and the young Catholics? January Series guest Peter Steinfels, writer for the New York Times and author of A People Adrift: The Crisis of the Roman Catholic Church in America, describes for host Karen Saupe the new role for American Catholic laypeople. (Guest from The January Se ries of Calvin College.)

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6674 American Chamber Players American Chamber Players 3/9/1991
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6675 American Chamber Players American Chamber Players 3/9/1991
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6673 American Chamber Players American Chamber Players 3/9/1991
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9360 American Choral Directors Association Fall Conference All State Choir 10/24/1992
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7430 American Choral Music Calvin College A Capella Choir

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2830 American Civil Religion: An Historical Perspective Zwaanstra, Henry




2823 American Civil Religion: Christian Witness to the State Mouw, Richard




2828 American Civil Religion: Justice in a Land of Diversity Wolterstorff, Nicholas




14463 American Competitiveness: NASA's Role & Everyone's Responsibilty Griffin, Michael 1/17/2008 Griffin was nominated by President George W. Bush and confirmed by the US Senate in April 2005 as the 11th Administrator for the National Aeronautics and Space Administratio n. He leads the NASA team and manages the U.S. vision for space exploration. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research January Series, 2008
5454 American Dream Speech Department 12/8/1982

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8620 American Folk Music Hickerson, Joseph 1/15/1988

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4095 American Folk Music in Story and Song Hickerson, Joseph 1/15/1988
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5882 American Friends Service Committee Meeting Sider, Ronald 12/8/1977
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14094 American Gospel: God, the Founding Fathers, and the Making of a Nation Meacham, Jon 1/16/2007 Named "one of the most influential editors in the news magazine business" by The New York Times , Jon Meacham, at the age of 29, became managing editor of Newsweek . Now 35, he is also a bestselling author of two books, " Franklin and Winston: An Intimate Portrait of an Epic Friendship " and his newly released " American Gospel: God, the founding Fathers, and the Making of a Nation ". Meacham o versees Newsweek's coverage of politics, international affairs and breaking news. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research January Series, 2007
12392 American Greatness Wolfe, Alan 1/6/2005 Director of the Boisi Center for Religion and American Public Life,
professor of Political Science, Boston College, author of many books on religious issues including: & quot;The Transformation of American Religion: How We Actually Live Our Faith," "An Intellectual Public," "Moral Freedom," and "One Nation, After All."
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6249 American Hostages in Lebanon Levin, Jerry 10/17/1989

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12307 American Morality Wolfe, Alan
#512 AMERICAN MORALITY
Some say there’s an eleventh commandment: Do not judge. Americans have elevated this ideal till it has become unacceptable to tell anyone els e how they should think or live. Alan Wolfe of the Boston College political science department and author of Moral Freedom: The Search for Virtue in a World of Choice discusses with host Shirley Hoogstra what this says about our obligations to one another . (Guest from The January Series of Calvin College.)

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11540 American Protestantism: Now and Then Balmer, Randall
#417 AMERICAN PROTESTANTISM: NOW AND THEN
January Series guest Randall Balmer of the Columbia University religion department and host Quentin Schultze discuss the evoluti on of Protestantism and where its two main branches--mainline and evangelical--seem to be headed, with or without anyone at the helm anymore.

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5838 American Revolution Rienstra, Howard M. 4/13/1972
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5226 American Revolution, The Cooke, Alistair 12/12/1972
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10442 American Sampler, An Calvin College Alumni Choir
Shangkuan, Pearl
Bos, Kenneth
Herrema, Paul
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4433 American Scientific Affiliation Pinnock, C. 8/14/1978
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3883 American Scientific Affiliation DeVos, P.; Wilkinson, L.; Ehlers, V.; Dykema, E. 8/12/1978
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3894 American Scientific Affiliation DeWitt, C.; Bosscher, J. 8/12/1978
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4432 American Scientific Affiliation Banquet Pinnock, C.; Sheaffer 8/13/1978
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16669 American Thanksgiving,The Maag, Karin 11/18/2010
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3262 American West in Search of a national Identity, The Miller, Clyde 4/18/1997
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14776 American Women in Poverty.. Koopman Doug L. (Chair)
Harens, Rebecca A.
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Globalization and Inequality
16583 America's Christian Roots? Noll, Mark
Marsden, George

Inner Compass 1103
Now and then through the decades there's a swell of complaints that America has strayed from its Christian roots. But others question whether the U.S. was ever designed to be a Christian nation. Notre Dame historians Mark Noll and George Marsden, authors of many works on early American history and on evangelical Christianity, consider current interpretations of the founding fathers. Skot Welch is guest host.

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6248 America's Civil Rights Years Williams, Juan 1/19/1990

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14567 America's Emerging Religious Landscaper: An Interview with Richard N. Ostling Ostling, Richard N. 1/25/2008 A wide-ranging question-and-answer session on religious and journalistic trends in the United States with the former religion writer for Time magazine and The Associated Pre ss. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
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6215 America's Hidden Resource Hawby, Russel G. 1/25/1989

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4299 America's Hidden Resource… Mawby, Rossell G. 1/25/1989
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10135 Amos & Obadia Walters, Dick Henry

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10134 Amos & Obadia Walters, Dick Henry

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4679 Amos the Prophet: Message of Doom Vos, Clarence 8/17/1988
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4678 Amos the Prophet: Message of Hope Vos, Clarence

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8824 Ampex Test Tape


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8822 Ampex Test Tape


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8823 Ampex Test Tape


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15435 Amy Bouwkamp, flute; Leah Wesorick, mezzo-soprano Bouwkamp, Amy
Wesorick, Leah
11/19/2003 Student recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
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6815 Amy De Jong, Soprano De Jong, Amy 5/7/1992
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15482 Amy Netz, flute Netz, Amy 11/6/2004 Student recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
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9977 Amy Pennington, viola Pennington, Amy
Redmond, Joan, piano
4/17/1997 Student Recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6847 Amy Wierenga Recording Session Wierenga, Amy 3/22/1993
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9426 Amy Wieringa Wieringa, Amy 2/16/1994 Recording session Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

18349 An Ideal Husband Calvin Theater Compnay 11/13/2013

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2294 Anabaptist Perspective on Cross-Cultural Ministry, An Smucker, John I.

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4761 Analysis of Poland's Recent Economic Policies Zapp, Kenneth; Zapp, Magdalena 4/19/1982
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Amnesty International Lecture
2615 Anatomy of a Crisis; Maladaptive Behavior Greenstone, Leviton

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2136 Anatomy of a Seminary, The DeJong, James



CTS Convocation
2809 Anatomy of a Social Revolution Boer, Harry 6/4/1968



2630 Anatomy of Conflict; Role of Coflict in the Kingdom of God Hugen, Melvin

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Conflict
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
5242 Anatomy of Forgiveness, The Dekker, Harold 3/4/1975
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16315 Ancient Christian Spirituality: Meditation and Inspiration for the Modern Writer and Reader Taylor, Dan; Couchman, Judith; Crosby, Cindy 4/16/2010 Learn how understanding ancient Christian spirituality can inform and enhance the life and work of modern readers and writers. Panelists offer fresh ideas on how to meditate , pray, and reflect on the meaning behind ancient writing, art, and practices—and, ultimately, how to encounter God in new ways. Festival Faith & Writing Ofc. : Available with permission.
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6299 Ancient Man # 4


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5498 Ancient Near East Ippel, Henry 9/12/1967
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5277 Ancient Near East DeVries, Bert 2/10/1970
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6167 Ancient Religious Texts, Modern Christian Audience Bockmuehl, Markus; Holwerda, David; Leder, Arie; Plantinga, Neal; VanderKam, James 9/29/2001
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Christian Scholarship...For What?
6340 And God Lets Them; God's Big Ugly Stick Stan Mast 8/21/1988 Two services
1) AM - "And God Lets Them" (Up to 38:10)
2) PM - "God's Big Ugly Stick" (Start from 38:10)
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2725 And How Does it All End? Steimle, Edmund

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17872 And It Was Very Good! Hulst, Mary 1/13/2013 Genesis 1:24-31
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11199 And the Book Ran Away with the Spoon, Part 1 of 1



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2477 And the Word Became Flesh: Considering Drama in Worship Freeburg, Debra 1/15/1993 [Many Symposium on Worship recordings are available at: http://www.worshipsymposium.org/past/]

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11328 And they House Eldersveld, Peter
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7771 Anderson University Male Chorus Anderson University Male Chorus 2/27/1988
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7772 Anderson University Male Chorus Anderson University Male Chorus 2/27/1988
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10479 Andrew Manze, Violin & Richard Egarr, Harpsicord Andrew Manze, Richard Egarr 1/22/2002 Not for Production Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

15612 Angela Hewitt, piano Hewitt, Angela 4/19/2007 Artist Series, in partnership with the Bach Festival Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
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15666 Angela, Gould, violin; William Karsten, tuba Gould, Angela
Karsten, William
Hoisington, Linda, piano
Varineau, Gwen, piano
2/16/2008 Student Recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
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4912 Angels in the New Testament Bandstra, Andrew

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17598 Anger & Sex & Divorce--Oh my! Hulst, Mary 9/23/2012 Matthew 5:21-42
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14710 Anger Management, On Earth as it is in Heaven: What Christians Have Learned About Cursing Over the Years Thompson, John 4/17/2008 We live in an angry age. Yet in many churches and congregations, one of the best-kept secrets of the Bible is the presence, right there in the middle of the Psalms, of l ine after line of seething anger and vehement invective. Isn't there a bit of tension between the eager prayer in Psalm 139, that the righteous might live to see God’s vengeance and even "bathe their feet in the blood of the wicked," and the fairly straightforward command of Jesus that we should love our enemies and pray for those who do us wrong? How do we deal with angry texts in an age so filled with anger at home, on the roads, in our cities, and among nations?
Professor John L . Thompson of Fuller Theological Seminary will consider topics such as these in a lecture that draws on his recent book, "Reading the Bible with the Dead: What You Can Learn from the History of Exegesis that You Can’t Learn from Exegesis Alone. " It’s his conviction that the very hardest passages of the Bible are never better read than when we read them in dialogue with the full range of interpreters from the Christian past. Professor Thompson azlso reflects on what we can learn fro m our forebears, ranging from church fathers such as Origen through John Calvin, and how we can find practical help from history when we read texts that seem to approve outbursts that are among the worst, and most understandable, of human impulses.
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15996 Anglo-American Postmodernity--Really? Murphy, Nancey 4/6/2009 http://www.calvin.edu/academic/philosophy/jellema.htm
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Jellema Lecture Series
14048 Animal Farm



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8819 Animals


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17683 Animals and the Kingdom of God
5/1/2009

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17058 Animals and the Kingdom of God Terry, Bryant 1/20/2012 You saw him in this month's Oprah magazine. Whether he's urban farming in his home city of Oakland, articulating a new politics of food activism, or dishing up greens with M artha Stewart, Bryant Terry is all about re-envisioning cooking as a powerful tool for exposing interconnected forms of human and animal oppression, and for inspiring our liberation into more mindful, more redemptive ways of eating and of being together a round the table, around the neighborhood, and around the world. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Animals and the Kingdom of God Lecture Series
16291 Animals and the Kingdom of God Hare, Dr. John E. 1/22/2010
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18184 Animals and the Kingdom of God Lecture
1/20/2012 Out of the Factory, into the Field: Cooking as Inspiration for Liberation Audio-Visual : Archive/Available for Research

7009 Ann Arbor, 1 of 2 Calvin College Concert Band 1/9/1960
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7010 Ann Arbor, 2 of 2 Calvin College Concert Band 1/9/1960
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7897 Ann Dekker Buursma, Piano; David Buursma, Baritone, 1 of 2 Dekker Buursma, Ann; Buursma, David 11/8/1975
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7898 Ann Dekker Buursma, Piano; David Buursma, Baritone, 2 of 2 Dekker Buursma, Ann; Buursma, David 11/8/1975
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6430 Ann Heerspink- Cello Heerspink, Ann 1/27/1989
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9319 Ann Schein, Piano Schein, Ann 9/29/1995
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9982 Anna Marie Rhodes, soprano Rhodes, Anna Marie
Hoisington, Linda, accompanist
5/1/1997 Student Recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

10223 Anna Zwiers, horn; Maria Dyk, piano Zwiers, Anna
Dyk, Maria
11/2/2000
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7970 Annamarie Hillard Cassis, Flute; Karen Henry, Piano Cassis, Annamarie Cassis; Henry, Karen 3/8/1984
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7971 Annamarie Hillard Cassis, Flute; Karen Henry, Piano Cassis, Annamarie Cassis; Henry, Karen 3/8/1984
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9423 Anne Buritt Buritt, Anne 2/3/1994 Recording Session Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6461 Anne Lagrand Lagrand, Anne 3/29/1989
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6478 Anne Marie Nelson, Piano Nelson, Anne Marie 4/29/1989
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6479 Anne Marie Nelson, Piano Nelson, Anne Marie 4/29/1989
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8188 Anne Van Ooyen, Flute Van Ooyen, Anne 10/19/1968
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8165 Anne Van Ooyen, Flute; Calvin College Orchestra Van Ooyen, Anne; Calvin College Orchestra 10/19/1968
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6680 Anne Vander Zee Vender Zee, Anne 3/26/1991
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6681 Anne Vander Zee Vander Zee, Anne 3/26/1991
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8075 Annemary Minnema, Organ Minnema, Annemary 5/9/1972
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8074 Annemary Minnema, Organ; German Secular Music of the Renaissance Minnema, Annemary; German Secular Music of the Renaissance 5/6/1971
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6848 Annie Burrit recording session Burrit, Annie 3/2/1993
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3230 Annie Dillard: Personal Readings Dillard, Annie 4/13/1996 The Wiersma Memorial Lecture for 1996. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale. Festival of Faith & Writing, 1996
2228 Anniversary Reflections #1 Kromminga, J.
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16391 Annual Fund Dessert Reception Byker, Gaylen 4/13/2010

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16609 Annual Fund Promo Video



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12343 Annual Program, 1987
2/10/1987
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4462 Another Look at Welfare Raspberry, William 1/8/1996
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January Series, 1996
3447 Another Look at Welfare Raspberry, William 1/8/1996

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17081 Anthropomorphism: The Christian Double Standard Adams, Carol 3/11/2011 Anthropomorphism, roughly speaking, is the ascription of human-like traits to non-human beings. How does anthropomorphism figure into human attitudes and actions toward God, animals, and even other human beings? What are the potential risks and rewards of anthropomorphizing others and what recourse do Christians have upon acknowledging these prospects for re-imagining and deepening their relationships with God, human beings, and other animals? Come follow Carol J. Adams on a trailblazing journey through these and other fascinating related questions in a brand new presentation commissioned especially for this event!

Animals and the Kingdom of God Lecture Series
14801 Anti-Calvinists and the Republican Threat in Early Stuart Cambridge Todd, Margo 5/29/1998
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16981 Antigone Page, Michael 11/9/2011

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7778 Anton Armstrong Armstrong, Anton 5/14/1981
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3660 Any Questions? Mouw, Richard J. 5/19/1984
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Commencement
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3169 Any Room for Jesus? Christology in an age of ethnic fragmentation Tienou, Tite 2/1/2001
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Van Dyke Mission Lectures
4958 Apartheid in South Africa Brutus, Dennis 5/2/1978
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Lecture
5827 Apathy in the U.S. Today Richardson, Eliot 2/16/1974
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Lecture
8928 Apocalypse of John: A Resource Book for Worship Cruz, Virgil 1/21/1994
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3270 Apostles of Common Grace Budziszewski, J. 11/17/1997 Innaugural address and charge to the Henry Institute Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Henry Institute
4060 Apostolic Preaching Greenway, Roger 5/25/1975
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6118 Appalachian Folklore Smith, Betty


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16338 Apparition: Finding Grace in the Godawful Lynch, Thomas 4/16/2010 Thomas Lynch reads from his work and discusses the ways in which his characters and narratives focus on discerning grace and godliness in life's trials and heartbreaks. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2010
3327 Applying Christ-centered Preaching - Without Moralism Chapell, Dr. Bryan 3/22/2001


Conference on Expository Preaching
17400 Applying Research-Based Models to Improve Learning Bruxvoort, Crystal; Buursma, Deb; Jadrich, Jim; Sevensma, Kara; Tellinghuisen, Don; Terpstra, Marj; Van Reeuwyk, Jo-Ann 3/30/2012 Get some new ideas for your teaching by attending "Applying Research-Based Models to Improve Learning," the opening event of the "How We Learn Project."
Colleagues will introduce, discuss, and demonstrate practical applications of research-based models of effective learning. This event and the long-term project that it begins are sponsored by the Teaching and Learning Network and co-sponsored by the P rovost's Office and Student Senate (with some students
participating in the presentations). Find more detailed information on the Teaching and Learning Network web site at:
http://www.calvin.edu/academics/faculty/ctln/ .


How We Learn Project
2435 Approaches to Evangelsim in Charismatic Movement Whetstone, Ross 10/14/1978



4774 Approaches to Infertility Dodds, Bill; Schaap, Heather 3/30/2000

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5461 Approaching the Cults Hoekema, Anthony

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Lecture
14782 Appropriation, Deterence.. Manaloor, Varghese (Chair)
Anderton, Charles H.
5/30/1997 Session 6 Heritage Hall : Available for sale.
Globalization and Inequality
11536 Arab Democracy? Ibrahim 1/15/2004 #413 ARAB DEMOCRACY?
Citizens across the Middle East are fighting for basic rights such as fair elections, fair trials, and free speech. Will Islam even allow it? Courage ous activists end up in jail waiting to find out. Saad Eddin Ibrahim of the American University of Cairo and director of the Ibn Khaldun Center for Development Studies in Egypt describes to host Shirley Hoogstra his story and the dreams that drive him on.

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16952 Arab Spring: Revolution or Reformation? Aslan, Reza
1216
Three quarters of Muslims in the Middle East are young (18-35 years old), and today's communication technologies allow them to form a new kind of community that br idges ethnic, national, and sectarian borders. As these Muslims actively pursue democracy, the resulting changes--according to writer and religion scholar Reza Aslan, author of No god but God: The Origins, Evolution, and Future of Islam--will be as monume ntal as the Protestant Reformation was for Christianity. Karen Saupe hosts.

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6268 Arabs in the Mind of America Suleiman, Michael 1/7/1988

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4575 Arabs in the Mind of America Suleiman, Michael 1/7/1988
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January Series, 1988
13855 Arcadia Calvin Theatre Company


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12670 Archaeology of Nabataean Women, The Anderson, Bjorn Peter 6/28/2005 Archaeologist and Art historian, and doctoral candidate at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan None : Not Recorded. None : Not Recorded. Petra
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
9119 Architecture for Reformed Liturgy Wolterstorff, Nicholas 1/13/1996 [Many Symposium on Worship recordings are available at: http://www.worshipsymposium.org/past/] Heritage Hall : No Restriction
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17645 Are Adolescents Abandoned? Clark, Chap 4/14/2013 1315
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14870 Are Christians Losing Touch? Kinnaman, David
#917 Are Christians Losing Touch?
There's a growing skepticism among young people toward Christianity, and Christians don't even seem to be aware of it. Public opinion po llster David Kinnaman, president of The Barna Group and author of unChristian: What a New Generation Really Thinks About Christianity, explains what young adults are looking for and why they're not finding it at church. Shirley Hoogstra hosts.

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Inner Compass
5343 Are Demons Real? Exoo, Henry 9/14/1975
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Sermons
4213 Are Low Wage Jobs Undermining the Middle Class? Kosters, Marvin 11/19/1987
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Calvin College Business Forum
13957 Are the Chronicles of Narnia an Evangelistic Text? Bowen, John 12/15/2005
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4756 Are There Any Just Wars? Yoder, John Howard 1/21/1981
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3959 Are You Afraid of God? Eldersveld, Peter 6/2/1957
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Back-to-God Hour
3832 Are You the Son of God? Cooper, Dale 3/14/1980
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Chapel
16339 Are You There God? It's Me, The American Teenager: Faith, Doubt, and … Zarr, Sara; Han, Jenny; Freitas, Donna 4/16/2010 Three authors share their different perspectives on writing about faith—or writing from a faith-centered worldview—in mainstream contemporary young adult fiction . Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
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16160 Aren't You Going to Be My Mommy Anymore? Grief As It Affects the Care Giver Kromminga, Carol; Niewiek, Peter; DeBlaey, Marcie

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12144 Argentina Panel Discussion: Social Justice Rooy, Avila, Miller, Abedeel 4/11/2002 Tape 1-1:34:31
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10753 Arguing for Abstinence Rochester, Rene
#317 ARGUING FOR ABSTINENCE
t takes a lot of confidence these days to promote sexual abstinence until marriage, when anyone who watches TV or reads magazines and novels is bombarded with hundreds of messages to the contrary. Educational consultant and speaker Rene Rochester makes the possibility seem less remote. She explains her biblical approach to this topic and how she convinces at-risk teens to renew their minds.

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10179 Arise, Your Light Has Come New Beginning 12/7/1999 New Beginning: a student led choir of Calvin College. Christmas Concert. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

4903 Aristotle For Everyone Adler, Mortimer J. 12/7/1982
Heritage Hall : Available with permission.

4862 Aristotle-his theory of Hylomorphic approach to reality Jellema, Wm. Harry 3/12/1969

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15222 Arlington Midwest: A Statement of Peace Richa 10/22/2008 Information on the series of events at: www.calvin.edu/news/2008-09/war-awareness/
Some events video-recorded by Nicole Vega, to be posted on her website. Sponsored by student organizations: Democracy Matters and the Social Justice Committee, and by the Paul Henry Institute.
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
War Awareness Series, 2008
11194 Arms and the Man



Bookstore (college) : Available with permission. CAS Dept. Play
4070 Arms Race and the Response of the Church, The Gumbleton, Thomas 1/10/1984
Heritage Hall : Archive/Unavailable for Dist.
Interim Lecture Series, 1984
3113 Arranging Music for Contemporary Worship Van Gunst, Amy 1/9/1999 Contemporary worship brings with it the added complexity of arranging music to ensure singability, appropriate balance, effective transitions, and variety. Creating an arran gement that aids in worship can be a difficult task, but it is also a process that allows for creativity and team building. In this seminar; you will learn about and participate in techniques that encourage this process. Bookstore(college) : Archive/Available for Research
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 1999
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
13664 Arranging Music for the Worship Band: Freshness, Familiarity, Flow and Function Rienstra, Ron; Scheer, Greg; Witkowski, Deanna 1/27/2006 G10 What are the key instrumental tools and textures with which to paint the sonic space of a worship service? What sorts of questions 'musical and theological' should one a sk when creating a new hymn arrangement? This session will be a conversation with two expert church musicians who have spent their professional lives exploring questions like these. We'll listen to some arrangements, look at some music, and puzzle togethe r over our common challenges. There will be ample time for Q & A. None : Not Recorded.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2006
12485 Arranging the Contemporary Rhythm Section Kauflin, Bob 1/28/2005 Playing contemporary music requires skill, taste, and practice. This workshop will focus on principles for arranging “on the spot” that complements and supports congregational song, rather than competing with it. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2005
4448 Art and Spirituality: Seeing with Vincent Van Gogh Postema, Donald 1/22/1985
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Interim Lecture Series, 1985
11129 Art and Spirituality: Seeing with Vincent Van Gogh Postema, Donald 1/22/1985
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Interim Lecture Series, 1985
17635 Art as Protest Cano Villalobos, Mandy 11/18/2012 IC1305
Thousands of women in Juarez, Mexico have been tortured and murdered because they are women. Yet the authorities have been more inclined to call these killings ima ginary than emergency. When installation artist Mandy Cano Villalobos of the Calvin College art department learned of this mass femicide, she looked for a way to honor the individual victims. See what she created to give these silenced women a voice. Shir ley Hoogstra hosts.

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14476 Art Department Faculty, 1975
1/1/1975 Scenes of Calvin College Art Department faculty at work and at home, circa 1975. Includes: Ed Boeve, Helen Bonzelaar, Robin Jensen, Carl Huisman, Herman Matheis, and Chris O vervoorde. Transferred from Super8 film.
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
3596 Art Department Lecture Broudy, Harold 11/13/1979
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Lecture
10865 Art in the House of God Bendroth, Margaret; Luttikhuizen, Henry; Morgan, David; Witvliet, John. 1/9/2003 Explore the connections between material culture and the theological imagination we bring with us to worship. What images or pictures do people see in church and how do they shape our faith? None : Not Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2003
15294 Art in the Service of Liturgy Worterstorff, Nicholas 2/6/2001 Plenary Session

Organ in Christian Worship, The
16300 Art of Bloodletting: Translating Suffering to the Shared Page, The Willis,Paul; Leyland Fields,Leslie; Walker, Jeanne Murray 4/15/2010 When suffering strikes, we are often silenced by pain. In such times, the act of writing may feel frivolous, exploitative, or irrelevant. Yet it is these dark, raw places of our lives that demand our fullest attention, our most artful labors. How do we begin to write from within our afflictions? And how might the practice and the discipline of writing offer a means of shaping our suffering into meaning for both writer and re ader? Festival Faith & Writing Ofc. : Available with permission.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2010
17788 Art of Communication in Worship, The Gordon, Carolyn 1/25/2013 From the worship leader to the projection screen, everything in the worship environment communicates something....Good or bad. This workshop will discuss communication tools needed to create effective worship leaders as well as effective worship environments. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2013
14833 Art of Finding a Way Through Complexity, The: An Artist and Historian Reflect Marty, Martin
Marty, Micah
10/13/1998
Heritage Hall : Available for sale.
Evenings in the Chapel
13597 Art of Happiness, The Charry, Ellen 11/1/2005 Christianity has lost its teaching on happiness and with that the dominant culture has lost a morally and psychologically compelling vision of the same. St Augustine crea ted the Christian doctrine of happiness that lost its voice with the advent of modernity, leaving contemporary culture without a link between goodness and happiness.
Dr. Charry joined the Princeton Theological Seminary faculty in 1997, having been a n assistant professor of theology in the Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University.
Her most recent books are Inquiring After God: Classic and Contemporary Readings (2000) and By the Renewing of Your Minds: Pastoral Function of Chr istian Doctrine (1997). Dr. Charry is also the author of many scholarly and popular articles and is editor of Theology Today and editor at large for The Christian Century.
More info & listen with RealAudio at: www.calvin.edu/publications/stob/sp eakers/charry.htm
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Stob Lectures
16340 Art of Losing, The: Contemporary Elegy, Grief, and Healing Young, Kevin 4/16/2010 Poet Kevin Young considers the place of elegy in our time as well as the role that faith plays in the rituals of poetry and mourning. What are the current incarnations of el egy, and what place does elegy have in poetry and in our lives, both public and private? Festival Faith & Writing Ofc. : Available with permission.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2010
14883 Art of Science, The:
Using Visualization to Understand and Appreciate the Natural World
Smith, Brad 10/1/2008 Brad Smith is Associate Dean for Creative Work, Research and Graduate Education and Associate Professor at the School of Art and Design at the University of Michigan, Ann Ar bor. He is also Research Associate Professor in the Department of Radiology at the University of Michigan Medical School. Prior to coming to Ann Arbor, he was Assistant Research Professor in the Department of Radiology at the Duke University Medical Cente r in Durham, North Carolina, where he initiated a major NIH-funded magnetic resonance imaging project titled The Multi-dimensional Human Embryo.

Smith holds a B.U.S. degree with majors in Biology and Art from the University of Utah, an M.A. Degree in Medical Illustration from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, and a Ph. D. in Anatomy from Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.

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15761 Art of Storytelling in Bible, The Haan, Sheri
N.U.C.S. tape Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

2560 Art of the Sermon in Early America, The Grabo, Norman S.




17199 Art of the Story, The Diaz, David; Nayeri, Daniel; Schmidt, Gary 4/20/2012 Picture books come about through the combined efforts of illustrator, writer, and editor. In this panel, these three discuss the complex and coordinated process behind the p roduction of the forthcoming Martin de Porres: The Rose in the Desert. Network Archive : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2012
16688 Art of Worship Team Leadership, The Ryan, Paul; Scheer, Greg 1/27/2011 Your church has a worship team, but how do you help them reach the next level? This seminar includes instruction in the role of the worship team, guitar, piano, bass, drums, putting all the instruments together, rehearsing effectively, and leading worship. The seminar is aimed toward team leaders, but anyone who is on worship team or hopes to lead one in the future will benefit. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2011
12487 Art Part of Preaching, The Schmit, Clayton 1/28/2005 Most preachers would say that preaching is an art. In what ways is it artistic? And what are the aesthetic responsibilities and techniques that will bring preaching to life? This workshop will explore the theological and practical dimensions of crafting sermons that are lively and engaging. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2005
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
12492 Art Recycled Fashion Show



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12469 Art that Preaches Bolt, John; Gehrels, Ken; Steele Halstead, Betsy; James, Laura; Jensen, Robin Margaret, Jerrett, Christine; Jonker, Peter; Kaai, Anneke; Prince, Stever 1/27/2005 John Bolt is professor of systematic theology at Calvin Theological
Seminary and author of "A Free Church, A Holy Nation: Abraham Kuyper’s American Public Theo logy" (Eerdmans, 2001). 4-CD Set.
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2005
12364 Artful World of Printmaking Swanson, John August 12/23/1994

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11997 Arthur Giron and Lauren Winner in Conversation: The Story of Edith Stein Giron, Arthur; Winner, Lauren 4/24/2004 Giron, writer of the play Edith Stein, and Winner, who has written on Stein’s life, examine this fascinating woman’s life and the challenges of presenting it. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2004
16963 Artifice of Eternity: Notes Toward a Christian Poetics Klatt, Lew 11/8/2011 In an America that loves to hear itself talk—talk radio, talk shows, talking points, pillow talk, even God-talk—all of us suffer from language fatigue. It is the task of the poet—and the faithful human—to resuscitate the ways we speak. But what will we say? And how will we say it?

Looking at writers T. S. Eliot, C. S. Lewis, and others, this lecture will attempt to articulate a Christian poetic s. It will do so by delving into the attribute of beauty so often cited as a touchstone for a Reformed renovation of the literary arts. It will also explore the ways in which a poet, aiming for the beautiful while embracing a cosmos that is disfigured, mu st infuse her art with mystery, radiance, and what artist Makoto Fujimura calls “the aroma of the new.”

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12489 Artistic Action and Unceasing Worship Best, Harold 1/28/2005 Harold Best is professor of music emeritus at Wheaton College and
author of Unceasing Worship (InterVarsity Press, 2003) and Music through the Eyes of Faith (Harper Colli ns, 1993).
Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2005
17164 Artistic Collaboration, Individual Expression Michelson, Richard; Pinkney, Brian 4/19/2012 Illustrators of picture books will sometimes illustrate their own work, but other times they will take on the daunting task of illustrating the text of another author, bring ing their own conceptions and visions to bear. How does this process of text to illustration come about? In this conversation, Brian Pinkney and Richard Michelson reflect on their work as illustrators and writers, thinking about the relationships between texts and illustrations, and discussing how the merging of the two art forms can create compelling stories for children. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2012
17803 Artists in Conversation Bowden, Sandra; Qi, He 1/25/2013 In this workshop, art by well-known Chinese Christian artist He Qi (and other artists) will be viewed and discussed with him, especially with special attention to the use of visual images in worship. Questions will include the process he follows, also when working from a biblical story; how artists can help congregations view works of art more deeply; and how congregations can make good choices for choosing art to project i n worship. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Symposium on Worship, 2013
3187 As a Boy and as a Man: Writing the Time In-Between Heynen, Jim 3/31/2000
None : Not Recorded. None : Not Recorded. Festival of Faith & Writing, 2000
4460 As a Grain of Mustard Seed Pusch, Bert 11/10/1977
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Chapel
14312 As in the Days of Noah Van Reken, Calvin 6/8/2007

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263 As It Happens: Telling Your Own Story Shaw, Luci 4/4/1998
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Festival of Faith & Writing, 1998
111 As It Happens: Writing Your Own Life Story Shaw, Luci 4/1/2000
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2000
10803 As It Is In Heaven
4/17/2002 Written by Arlene Hutton. Directed by Stephanie Sandberg. Portrays nine women in a Kentucky Shaker community in the 1800's who, because of the visions of an outsider, had t o grapple with what it meant to be God's children and each other's sisters.
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research CAS Dept. Play
12416 As it us by de hannen ofbrekt; I Kroniken 28: 3a Fridsma, B.J.; Baron, H.J. 5/21/2000
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

13608 As the Future Catches You: How Genomics and Other Forces are Changing Your Life, Work, Health and Wealth Enriquez, Juan 1/11/2006 The author of the global bestseller 'As the Future Catches You,' Juan Enriquez is a preeminent authority on the economic and political impacts of the life sciences. Energeti c and articulate, Juan is a fine speaker with a unique message. Juan is also an expert on the dynamics of the knowledge economy and the other trends driving change in America and the world today. His next book "The Untied States of America," whi ch comes out in November 2005, explores the social and political forces that are threatening to untie the United States. Mr. Enriquez is Chairman and CEO of Biotechonomy.
Listen to audio at: www.calvin.edu/january/2006/enriquez.htm
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research January Series, 2006
14100 As You Like It Freeberg, Deb 11/9/2005 Fall, 2005 production of Shakespeare's 'As You Like It.'
No recording available.

None : Not Recorded. CAS Dept. Play
14837 Ascension Day Worship Service
5/25/2006
Heritage Hall : Available for sale.

13960 Ascension in the Mission, Worship and Education of the Church, The Dawson, Gerrit Scott 5/25/2006
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Ascension Conference
6101 Ascension: The Lord Reigns! - Worship 6 Cooper, George 7/14/2001


Conference on Liturgy & Music (COLAM)
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
17506 ASH WEDNESDAY
2/17/2010 The daily chapel archive as recorded in .FLV files on DVD-ROM discs. Individual services can be requested on a DVD-Video, or the entire disc may be requested.
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Chapel
17905 Ash Wednesday Service
2/13/2013

Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Chapel
3975 Ashamed of the Cross Eldersveld, Peter 3/23/1958
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Back-to-God Hour
15688 Ashley Mulder, soprano Mulder, Ashley
Hoisington, Linda, piano
5/3/2008 Student recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Student recital
16202 Asia Overview

Spend 3 minutes getting an overview of Asia.
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
16705 Asian Christian Worship Practices Worth Adoption or Adapting Lim, SweeHong 1/28/2011 This session will introduce a variety of worship expressions from Asian cultures, songs and prayers, gestures that can sometime speak with more eloquence than words, and vis ual ways to bring beauty to your worship space—all gifts for your congregation to consider. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2011
5713 Asian Elephants in European Culture Lach, Donald F. 1/29/1979
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Lecture
3641 Asiatic Interest and Approach to Calvin's Theology Wantanabe, N.

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Calvin Colloquium
17689 Ask, Seek, Knock Winkle, Aaron 11/4/2012 Matthew 7:7-11
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. LOFT (Living Our Faith Together)
6805 Askeland-Zeilstra Recital Askeland-Zeilstra Recital 5/2/1992
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Senior Recital
6804 Askeland-Zeilstra Recital Askeland-Zeilstra Recital 5/2/1992
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Senior Recital
14927 Asking Questions, Coaching

Side 1: Asking Questions
Side 2: Coaching
Heritage Hall : Available for sale.

5336 Asleep in Jesus Exoo, Henry 1/23/1972
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Sermons
6168 Assessing Christian Scholarship: Where We've Been and Where We're Going Mouw, Richard 9/27/2001
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Christian Scholarship...For What?
14604 Assessing the Past - Anticipating the Future Mouw, Richard 9/13/2007 Plenary session A at the 150th Anniversary of the Christian Reformed Church Conference, "Assessing the Past, Facing the Future," September 13-15, 2007. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
150th Anniversary of the CRC
6175 Assessing the State of Christian Scholarship Carpenter, Joel; Lagerquist, L; Mouw, Rich; Wolfe, Alan 9/29/2001
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Christian Scholarship...For What?
1750 Assisted Suicide and the Sacred Young, David 1/23/1997


Special Lecture Series
14997 Assumptions that Grow Teachers Weimer, Maryellen 11/5/2008 Most college teachers begin their careers full of enthusiasm for teaching. But their idealistic goals and the realities of academic careers often collide, leaving teachers w ith tarnished goals and sometimes cynical perspectives. Beliefs about teaching directly impact practice in the classroom. Some increase instructional effectiveness and contribute to long term growth. What are those assumptions on which solid instructional practice can be set and what beliefs foster the growth and development of teachers? The goal of this session is to propose ways of thinking about growth and change that can increase both the motivation to teach and effectiveness in the classroom.
Weim er is founding editor of "The Teaching Professor" newsletter and website (http://www.teachingprofessor.com) as well as a wonderfully helpful blog (http://teachingprofessor.blogspot.com/).
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.

14059 At the Crossroads Between Two Stories (Plenary Session I) Goheen, Michael 9/22/2006 How we live in the Biblical story in a culture that is shaped by a different story. Audio-Visual (college) : Not Available for sale.
Finding Our Place in the Biblical Story
256 At Work in the Arena of Children's Literature Paterson, Katherine; Napoli, Donna; Smothers, Ethel; Roberts, Laura; Ladwig, Tim 4/3/1998
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Festival of Faith & Writing, 1998
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
14547 Athens and Jerusalem Revisited Howard, Thomas 4/23/1994
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 1994 (Writer's Conf. '94)
6151 Athletics in the 90's Schultz, Richard


Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Calvin College Today
3354 Athletics in the 90s: A Decade of Change Schultz, Richard 1/16/1992

Heritage Hall : Available for sale. January Series, 1992
15695 Atlantic Brass Quintet, The Atlantic Brass Quintet 10/3/2008 concert Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Artist Series
11497 Atonement as the Ecclesio-Christological Practice of Forgiveness in John Milbank Boersma, Hans 9/12/2003 Session Two Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Radical Orthodoxy Conference
10866 Atonement in Scripture and Song, The Detterman, Paul; Hustad, Donald; Stam, Carl 1/11/2003 A joyful exploration of the rich doctrine of atonement, with its implications for desciplining believers and calling unbelievers to faith--especially during Lent. None : Not Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2003
10812 Atonement in Scripture and Song, The Detterman, Paul; Hustad, Donald ; Stam, Carl 1/10/2003 A joyful exploration of the rich doctrine of atonement, with its implications for discipling believers and calling unbelievers to faith—especially during Lent. Come fo r worship planning materials presented and performed, including sermon topics/outlines, congregational songs, anthems, and prayers. Audio-Visual (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2003
10816 Atonement in Scripture and Song, The Detterman, Paul; Hustad, Donald; Stam, Carl 1/11/2003 (Repeat of Friday) A joyful exploration of the rich doctrine of atonement, with its implications for discipling believers and calling unbelievers to faith—especially d uring Lent. Come for worship planning materials presented and performed, including sermon topics/outlines, congregational songs, anthems, and prayers. Audio-Visual (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2003
9024 Atonement: Bridging the Gap Hare, John 6/3/1993
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Ministers' Institute
16728 Attitude of Christ, The Johnson, Trygve 1/29/2011 Repeat of Friday morning worship service in Covenant Fine Arts Center. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Symposium on Worship, 2011
16698 Attitude of Christ, The Johnson, Trygve 1/28/2011 Worship Service None : Not Recorded.
Symposium on Worship, 2011
5230 Attitude of Gratitude, An Dawson, John 12/2/1965
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Calvin Board of Trustees Dinner
8826 Attracting the Non-Christian (Sectional #2)


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Coffee Break Sectionals and Worship Services
6386 Augustana Trio, 1 of 2 Augustana Trio 9/21/1988
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6387 Augustana Trio, 2 of 2 Augustana Trio 9/21/1988
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

11112 Augustine, Heidegger, and Gadamer: Hearkening to the Inner Word Tazelaar, Mark 5/16/2003 Limited Incarnation-Smith is recorded on the back Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Hermeneutics at the Crossroads Conference
7929 Aumni Recital Van Denend, Ruth 2/11/1984
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7928 Aumni Recital Van Denend, Ruth 2/11/1984
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

8972 Authentic Christianity Hybels, Bill 6/5/1990
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Ministers' Conference
13989 Authentic Race Relations Salter-McNeil, Brenda
#715 AUTHENTIC RACE RELATIONS Originally broadcast Feb. 18, 2007
Christ's cross gave us the route to repaired relationships with God and with each other. Why do we hear so little emphasis on the horizontal peace? Calvin College January Series guest Brenda Salter McNeil, co-author of The Heart of Racial Justice: How Soul Change leads to Social Change , tells host Shirley Hoogstra what can happen when we recognize the spir itual roots of our segregation, shed the false roles we've taken on, and speak the truth.

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Inner Compass
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
5821 Authority and Rebellion: The Jew and Modern Literature Potok, Chaim

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Lecture
4451 Authority and Rebellion: The Jew and Modern Literature Potok, Chaim

Heritage Hall : Archive/Unavailable for Dist.

5358 Authority In the Home Exoo, Henry 9/3/1972
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Sermons
7809 Authority of Narrative, The Robinson, Marilynne 1/18/2002
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Available for sale. January Series, 2002
15079 Autism and Your Church Newman, Barabra 1/30/2009 If your church is larger than 150 people, statistics say that you have members who fall on the Autism Spectrum (including Asperger Syndrome). Come find out some basic infor mation about Autism Spectrum Disorders as well as many practical ideas you can use in adult and children's worship settings to increase participation and understanding. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2009
3872 Auto Industry in Relation to World and National Economy DeLarossa, Don 5/6/1982
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Business Forum
8816 Automotive


Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

17113 Autumn Business Career Dinner Dick DeVos 10/25/1999

Heritage Hall : Available for sale.
7300 Avant-Garde Concert Avant-Garde Concert 5/9/1974
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7303 Avant-Garde Concert, 1 of 2
9/29/1981
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7304 Avant-Garde Concert, 2 of 2
9/29/1981
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7302 Avant-Garde Festival
5/2/1979
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7306 Avant-Garde Festival
4/21/1982
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7307 Avant-Garde Festival
4/21/1982
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7301 Avant-Garde Festival
5/2/1979
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7305 Avant-Garde Festival: Festival of the Flute
4/21/1982
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

13808 Avoiding the Feel-Good Holocaust Novel Russell, Mary Doria 4/22/2006 Russell's most recent book, "A Thread of Grace," is a historical novel about the final phase of World War II in Italy. But what are the artistic demands of placing real people's stories of morality and faith in a fictional narrative? Russell discusses the possible answers to that question. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2006
12466 Award Dinner
2/13/2003

Heritage Hall : Not Available for sale.
10801 Axis of History, The: The Middle East After September 11 Krauthammer, Charles 1/27/2003 For the last 500 years the cockpit of world history has been Europe. Not anymore; today it is the Near East. War in Afghanistan, rumors of war in Iraq, conflict between Isra el and the Palestinians will determine the course of the great issues of our time: terrorism, energy supplies, the spread of democracy, prospects for peace. Charles Krauthammer, a Pulitzer Prize winning syndicated columnist and a regular weekly panelist o n Inside Washington, contends that September 11 woke us from a decade-long holiday from history, during which time we conducted a bubble diplomacy to parallel our bubble economy. The bubble burst on September 11, 2001. There is now a new world to build. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research January Series, 2003

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