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1751 Jesus & the Gospel; 3 Decades of Research: Luke 12: 13-14 Baarda, Tjitze




1752 Call of Nathaniel, The Baarda, Tjitze 9/16/1980



1971 Jesus and the Gospel: 3 Decades of Research Baarda, Tjitze




4906 How Does the Christian Face the Future? Baarman, Marvin 11/16/1970
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

15753 St. Matthew Passion, The Bach Collegium Japan 4/11/2003 Not for production Heritage Hall : Not Available for sale.

15409 Back the Preacher: A symposium with insights from theology, musicology, performance, liturgy and pedagogy Bach symposium prayer service 4/10/2003 Bach Symposium Prayer Service Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

13706 Vincent Bacote Bacote, Vincent 2/1/2006
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Henry Institute
10151 Crystal Baik, piano; Jana Bos, organ Baik, Crystal
Bos, Jana
4/17/1999 Student Recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

10712 Charitable Choice Bailey, Arthur; Hugen, Beryl; Koopman, Doug
#120 CHARITABLE CHOICE If the government funds religious organizations that serve the needy, what kinds of restraints will it require? Should these organizations be permitt ed to recommend religious solutions to their customers? If they don't, what remains of their programs? If they do, is government helping to "establish religion"? Hear the perspectives of Doug Koopman of Calvin's political science department, Ber yl Hugen of Calvin's sociology/social work department, and Pastor Arthur Bailey of Abundant Life Ministries.
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Inner Compass
90 Treatment & Rehabilitation of Juvenile Delinquents: What's Promising and What's Not? - Session 4 Bailey, Kathy; Griffis, Nelson; Fenske, Matt; Aulisa, John 2/24/2001
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Youth Crime Conference 2001
14528 Service 4- Morning Worship & Plenary Bailey, Kenneth 1/26/2008
None : Not Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2008
14487 Service 4- Morning Worship & Plenary Bailey, Kenneth 1/25/2008
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Symposium on Worship, 2008
15061 Jesus Seen Through Middle Eastern Eyes: His Parables Bailey, Kenneth 1/30/2009 This session will cover 'The Good Samaritan,' 'The Great Banquet,' 'The Compassionate Employer,' and the 'Noble Vineyard Owner and His Son;' participants will receive study sheets. None : Not Recorded.
Symposium on Worship, 2009
17785 Conversation with Kenneth E. Bailey Bailey, Kenneth E 1/25/2013 -This presentation was not recorded-
An opportunity to continue exploring the ideas presented in his plenary address
None : Not Recorded.
Symposium on Worship, 2013
17820 Lord’s Prayer, The Bailey, Kenneth E. 1/25/2013
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Symposium on Worship, 2013
17784 Worship in 1 Corinthians: Paul's Take on the Corinthian Worship Wars Bailey, Kenneth E. 1/25/2013 Covenant Fine Arts Center Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Symposium on Worship, 2013
15038 Father and His Two Sons: Visually Encountering the Parable of the Prodigal, The Bailey, Kenneth E.; Bowden, Sandra; Gerbens, Larry; Halstead, Betsy Steele; Heller, Ena G.; Prince, Steve; Quinn, Julie; Quist, Jonathan; Riojas, Edwward 1/29/2009 This seminar will explore the parable of the Prodigal Son and the theme of contextualization with the aim of furthering the dialogue between biblical, theological, historica l, and artistic perspectives. We will begin with insights into the cultural setting of the biblical text itself (in Luke 15). Then an introduction to the concept of visual communication and interpretation will guide our historical tour of artistic rendi tions of the parable. In the afternoon artists who have a piece in the Center Art Gallery’s exhibit on the Prodigal Son will share how they have taken the parable into their contemporary context to communicate its message for today. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2009
17772 Sermon on the Mount, The Bailey, Kenneth E.; Pohl, Christine 1/24/2013 Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount contains some of the most famous verses in Scripture. Even people without a Bible have heard of the golden rule, the Lord’s Prayer, an d, possibly, the Beatitudes. Even libertines quote one verse from the Sermon: “Do not judge, or you too will be judged.” But the Sermon on the Mount yields its greatest riches when good scholars and teachers dig them up for us and help us esti mate their value. Kenneth E. Bailey and Christine Pohl are excellent diggers and their seminar will help participants to understand themes from the Sermon and to consider their power and beauty for preaching, teaching, and life in Christian community. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Symposium on Worship, 2013
10502 Changing the Subject from 'Self' to 'Person': From a Psychological to Sacramental Understanding of Who We Are Bailie, Gil 5/23/2002
Bookstore (college) : No Restrictions Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Loss of the Self in a Postmodern Therapeutic Culture
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
4909 Nuclear Energy Debate with D. Langford Baily, Rod 10/18/1979
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Debate
4910 Women of the Reformation Bainton, Roland 10/10/1978
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Lecture
3538 Women of the Reformation Bainton, Roland Dr. 10/10/1978 Recording is incomplete Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

10736 Internet Pornography Baird, Robert 4/26/2002 #222 How bad is it if you catch your son looking at a pornographic web site? How much damage has been done? Or what if a married person finds him- or herself visiting sex ch atrooms? What does this mean? Clinical psychologist Robert Baird of Human Resource Associates describes internet pornography, signs of addiction to it, and the damage it does to families.
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Inner Compass
3539 Scientific Humanism Bajema, Carl 1/11/1982 CPOL Lecture Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Lecture
2798 Right to Life, The Bajema, Cliff 11/6/1975



4911 Counter-Culture as a Way of Life Bajema, Rev. Clifford 3/2/1971
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Lecture
6711 Cindy Baker, Violin Baker, Cindy 6/1/1991
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6400 Cynthia Baker, violin Baker, Cynthia 10/25/1988
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1840 Church, State, and Toleration: Calvin's Heirs in England, 1645-1689 Baker, J. Wayne 6/8/1991


Calvin Colloquium
1841 Reformed Patterns of Discipline in 16th Century Switzerland Baker, J. Wayne; Raynal, Charles E. 5/5/1983


Calvin Colloquium
11909 Parish Nurses' Dedication Service Baker, Judith; Britt, Jayne; Couzens, Suzan; Downer, Jane; Gordon, Bethany 11/20/2003
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
History (college)
2593 Pastoral Ministry to the Homosexual, The Baker, R. 3/4/1971



3540 Business Interaction Bakke, Dennis 4/16/1991 President of AES Corporation Heritage Hall : Archive/Unavailable for Dist.
Lecture
1842 Energy Systems for Urban Churches Bakke, Dennis W.



S.C.U.P.E. 1978
1846 Identity Crisis of the Urban Church Facing the Future, The Bakke, Raymond



S.C.U.P.E. 1982
1845 Global Mission of the Urban Church, The Bakke, Raymond



S.C.U.P.E. 1980
1843 Urban Church Revitalization Process, An Bakke, Raymond



S.C.U.P.E. 1978
4707 Biblical Theology for Urban Ministry Bakke, Raymond

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Seminary Consortium for Urban Pastoral Education
11786 Shifting Frontiers Of Missions, The Bakke, Raymond

Bookstore(college) : Available for sale.

Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
1844 Biblical Theology for Urban Ministry Bakke, Raymond



S.C.U.P.E. 1978
6577 Cynthia Bakker, Violin Bakker, Cynthia 2/16/1990
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

16107 Joys and Challenges of Faith Formation: Baptism, Children at the Table, and Profession of Faith, The Bakker, Irene; Friend, Jill; Nederveld, Patricia; Schuuringa, David H. 1/28/2010 Seminar 4. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2010
15526 David Baldwin, piano; Peter Braswell, trombone Baldwin, David
Braswell, Peter
Hoisington, Linda, piano
11/5/2005 Student recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Student recital
15514 Student Chamber Music Recital Baldwin, David, piano
Wilbraham, Brooks, cello
Smit, Laura, piano
Witte, Christine, violin
Jeong, Haeseung, piano
Van Wingerden,Sarah, violin
Smith, Missy, viola
Van Woerkom, Hillary, cello
Bos, Laurie, double bass
5/4/2005 Student chamber music concert Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

10051 Rachel Baljeu, piano Baljeu, Rachel 3/7/1998 Student Recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

13379 Commencement Honors Recital Baljeu, Rachel
Stam, Linda
Irwin, Christy
Redder, Cherkaleyna
Rousch, Amy
Frump, Jennifer
Rhodes, Anna-Marie
Roberts, Michelle Voss
Hoisington, Linda
Pletcher, Philip
Varineau, Gwen
5/22/1998
Technical Services : Archive/Available for Research
Commencement (College)
8166 Marcia Balk Van Oyen, Organ; Lisa Van Houten, Soprano; Randall Engle, Organ Balk Van Oyen, Marcia; Van Houten, Lisa; Engle, Randall 11/12/1985
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

16942 Life as the Dutch Prime Minister Balkenende, Jan Peter
IC1206
What would it be like to live in a Prime Minister’s mansion built by your own ancestors, meet with the queen once a week, and work out your decisions with th e help of a cabinet made of three different political parties? Jan Peter Balkenende talks about the challenges and successes he experienced as Prime Minister of the Netherlands from 2002 to 2010. Karen Saupe hosts.

Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Inner Compass
16980 Presentation of Bavinck Prize Balkenende, Jan Peter 10/14/2010 The Bavinck Conference concludes with the Prize for Outstanding Reformed Contribution to the Church, the Academy or Public Life awarded to Dr. Jan Peter Balkenende, Prime Mi nister of the Kingdom of the Netherlands from 2002-2010 and an address by Dr. Balkenende. None : Not Recorded.
Bavinck Conference
9923 Mandatory Chapel: Guest Speakers Ball Lecture 9/20/1963
Heritage Hall : No Restriction

3543 Social Security: A System for Mutual Support Ball, Robert M. 10/17/1986
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Conference on Older Adults
7936 Jeffrey Ballast, Trombone Ballast, Jeffrety 12/2/1980
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7937 Jeffrey Ballast, Trombone Ballast, Jeffrety 12/2/1980
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7935 Jeffrey Ballast; Trombone Recital Ballast, Jeffrety 5/10/1979
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17080 Putting Rare Books Within Everyone's Reach: Historical Theology and the Post-Reformation Digital Library Ballor, Jordan; Rester, Todd 2/17/2011 Over just the past few years digital research tools have made significant changes to the discipline of historical theology, making many more primary sources easily accessibl e to scholars. Texts that used to be held only by a few libraries are now available in electronic form, but are widely scattered and not easily located on the web. The Post-Reformation Digital Library (PRDL) is a project intended to address the challenges of digital research in the humanities and early modern theology by providing a single-portal access to thousands of digitized rare books. This vast online resource gives scholars immediate access to works by major and minor reformers and theologians from the medieval period through the eighteenth century. The presentation, led by Jordan Ballor and Todd Rester representing Professor Richard Muller's team at Calvin Theological Seminary, explores the origins of PRDL, its present status, and its possible fut ures in the rapidly-changing world of humanities and theology research in the digital age.

Lecture
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
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.

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Inner Compass
15638 Baltimore Consort, The Baltimore Consort 10/6/2007 Concert Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Artist Series
175 Exploring the Fourth Dimension on the Internet: It's Not Just Time Anymore Banchoff, Thomas 1/11/2000 For more than a century, the Fourth Dimension has fascinated mathematicians and scientists, as well as writers, artists and philosophers, ranging from Edwin Abbott's Flatlan d to the surrealism of Salvador Dali. Dr. Banchoff is a pioneer in the geometry of the Fourth and higher dimensions. If you don't know what the Fourth Dimension is, come to this lecture to find out. You will "see" phenomena in the Fourth Dimensi on through computer graphics and animation and how, through internet technology, people can interact with these images. This presentation is enhanced with slides, videotape and the internet. Dr. Banchoff is Professor of Mathematics at Brown University and President of the American Mathematical Association. Heritage Hall : Not Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Not Available for sale. January Series, 2000
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7026 Band Concert, 2 of 2 Band 5/1/1961
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7027 Band Band 5/8/1961
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7028 Band Band 5/8/1961
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15946 Band, Spring 1966 Band

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7055 Band, 2 of 2 Band 12/13/1965
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7021 Band, 2 of 2 Band 12/7/1960
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7018 Band Concert Band 12/2/1960
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7017 Universal Judgement Band 5/9/1960
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7019 Band Concert Band 12/2/1960
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7054 Band, 1 of 2 Band 12/13/1965
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7025 Band Concert, 1 of 2 Band 5/1/1961
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7340 Fall Festival Band 11/2/1956
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7341 Fall Festival Band 11/2/1956
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

15833 Music from Calvin B-14 Band
Band Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Music from Calvin
7020 Band, 1 of 2 Band 12/7/1960
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

15828 Music from Calvin B-9 Band
Northern pines; Festival; Dedication; Spirit of Freedom; Home Stretch; Senor, Senor Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Music from Calvin
15841 Music from Calvin B-22 Band
Concert Band Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Music from Calvin
7348 Fall Music Festival Band and Orchestra 11/4/1960
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7351 Fall Music Festival Band and Orchestra

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7349 Fall Music Festival Band and Orchestra

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

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7353 Fall Music Festival Band and Orchestra 10/23/1964
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7350 Fall Music Festival Band and Orchestra

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7355 Fall Music Festival Band and Orchestra 10/29/1965
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

8344 Music From Calvin #27 Band and Quintet

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6855 Band Concert Band Concert 12/10/1971
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6856 Band Concert Band Concert 4/21/1972
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6857 Band Concert Band Concert 4/21/1972
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7044 Band Concert, 1 of 2 Band Concert 12/5/1963
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6858 Band Concert Band Concert 12/15/1972
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7045 Band Concert, 2 of 2 Band Concert 12/5/1963
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6871 Band Concert, 2 of 2 Band Concert 12/9/1975
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6870 Band Concert, 1 of 2 Band Concert 12/9/1975
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6859 Band Concert Band Concert 12/15/1972
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7043 Band Concert Band Concert 3/6/1963
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

8744 Colossians Bandstra, Andrew

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Ministers' Institute
8751 Colossians Bandstra, Andrew

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Ministers' Institute
6360 Spirit - Lead Daughters and Sons Bandstra, Andrew 6/4/1989
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Plymouth Heights Christian Reformed Church
8717 Spirit and Adoption, The Bandstra, Andrew 6/3/1987
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Ministers' Institute
4912 Angels in the New Testament Bandstra, Andrew

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Lecture
8738 Colossians Bandstra, Andrew

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Ministers' Institute
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
4920 Building Up the Law with Christ Bandstra, Andrew

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

4922 Free from the Law with Christ Bandstra, Andrew

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

8720 Spirit and Adoption, The Bandstra, Andrew 6/3/1987
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Ministers' Institute
1754 Interpretation of 1 Corinthians 10:1-11 Bandstra, Andrew 1/28/1974


Inaugural
4016 Ministry of the Church, The Bandstra, Andrew 6/1/1978
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Federation of CR Men's Societies Convention
3782 Spirit and Adoption, The Bandstra, Andrew 6/3/1987
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Ministers' Institute
4925 Sharing in Christ's Sufferings Bandstra, Andrew

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

3744 Preaching on the Apocalypse Bandstra, Andrew 6/4/1985
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Ministers' Institute
4927 United with Christ in Baptism Bandstra, Andrew

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

1753 Inaugurated Eschatology in the Apocalypse Bandstra, Andrew J. 9/5/1991


CTS Convocation
3621 Calvin Center for Christian Scholarship Dedication Bandstra, Andrew; Diekema, Anthony; VandenBerg, John 10/8/1977
Heritage Hall : Archive/Unavailable for Dist.
Calvin Center for Christian Scholarship (CCCS)
2463 Exegetical Sticking Points Bandstra, Andrew; Shepherd, Norman 5/7/1992 Presented in the "Women in Office" debate. Bookstore(college) : Archive/Available for Research Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Seminary
2545 Minister's Colloquium on Advent Preaching Bandstra, Andrew; Stek, John 11/19/1985 Tape 1-1:25:04
Tape 2-1:11:59
Tape 3-1:21:51
Tape 4-1:10:30



2937 Nature and Extent of Biblical Authority, The Bandstra; Klooster; Woundstra, Et al.
[audio quality is unusable]


16823 Calvin Orchestra, Capella, & the Evangelical Choral Society Bannister, Peter 5/8/2011 LOFT (Living Our Faith Together) is a worship service that meets in the Calvin College Chapel on Sunday evenings during the academic year.
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. LOFT (Living Our Faith Together)
16678 Flight of Words in Honor of a New Home, A Bardolph, Laura; Harper, George; Klatt, Lew; Steiner, Andrew; Wangerin Walter 10/21/2010 Innagural event in the Covenant Fine Arts Center Recital Hall. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.

14136 Enacted Prayer Barker, Jeff 1/26/2007 Northwestern College's national touring theatre company will demonstrate a prayer form in which words become image and movement. For nearly a decade, they have been using th is powerful way of praying with congregations of ten people to a thousand. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Symposium on Worship, 2007
14114 Drama in Worship: Telling the Story Barker, Jeff; Boogaart, Thomas A; Polman, Bert; and Northwestern College's national touring theatre company 1/25/2007 This interactive seminar will focus on the use of biblically-based drama in worship. The morning sessions will address the dramatic structure and performance of Psalms and o ffer ideas for performing Old Testament stories verbatim. "Sioux Center Sudan" will be presented after lunch; this one-hour play is an exemplary interweaving of music and true story, which will spark our discussion of how theatre can be an integ ral part of worship. Seminar participants may choose from two breakout topics in the later afternoon: (a) dramatic use of Psalms in Old and New Testament narratives, or (b) dramatic use of story within worship and as guide to shaping an entire service. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2007
16120 Speaking and Acting the Bible Barker, Jeff; Boogart, Tom 1/29/2010
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Symposium on Worship, 2010
147 Preaching as Sacred Conversation Barnes, Craig 1/14/2000
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2000
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
11403 Preaching as Sacred Conversation Barnes, Craig 1/14/2000
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2000
11886 Worship: The Spirit of the Lord is Upon Me Barnes, Craig 1/30/2004 A worship service based on Isaiah 61. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2004
11899 Preacher as Minor Poet, The Barnes, Craig 1/30/2004 T.S. Eliot once claimed that every culture needs its minor as well as major poets. The major poets write the eternal sonnets that echo through the centuries. The minor poet inculcates those words to particular people in specific contexts. The preacher's calling is thus to serve as a minor poet who speaks the inherited Word into the despair and heartache, or the beauty and miracle, that lie just beneath the thin veneer of the ordinary. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2004
15075 Movig from Text to subtext Barnes, Craig 1/30/2009 When preachers look deep inside a passage of scripture to find their own congregations, their sermons are transformed from talking about the text to revealing the Word of Go d for their people. This seminar offers practical tools for finding the subtext of both the Bible and the congregation. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2009
139 Why are Christians Thirsty for Worshipping God? Barnes, Craig 1/15/2000
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2000
12320 Preacher as Minor Poet, The Barnes, Craig M. 9/30/2004 Rev. Craig Barnes, Ph.D, became the Meneilly Professor of Leadership and Ministry at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary in 2002, a position designed to provide instruction in u nderstanding the dymanics of congregational life and leadership and provide experienced pastoral presence on the seminary campus. Barnes also serves as senior pastor of Shadyside Presbyterian Church in Pittsburgh. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Fall Preaching Conference
12321 Searching for Home: Spirituality for Restless Souls Barnes, Craig M. 9/30/2004 Rev. Craig Barnes, Ph.D, became the Meneilly Professor of Leadership and Ministry at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary in 2002, a position designed to provide instruction in u nderstanding the dymanics of congregational life and leadership and provide experienced pastoral presence on the seminary campus. Barnes also serves as senior pastor of Shadyside Presbyterian Church in Pittsburgh. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Fall Preaching Conference
12322 Scripture Texts for Preaching Barnes, Craig M. 9/30/2004 Rev. Craig Barnes, Ph.D, became the Meneilly Professor of Leadership and Ministry at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary in 2002, a position designed to provide instruction in u nderstanding the dymanics of congregational life and leadership and provide experienced pastoral presence on the seminary campus. Barnes also serves as senior pastor of Shadyside Presbyterian Church in Pittsburgh. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Fall Preaching Conference
153 Morning Worship Barnes, Craig; Denham, Michael 1/15/2000
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2000
155 Collaborative Theological Planning for Worship Barnes, Craig; Denham, Michael 1/15/2000
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2000
15034 Preaching Parables Barnes, Craig; Hoezee, Scott E. 1/29/2009 The parables of Jesus were so much more than illustrations or ornaments for his teaching. They contain deep levels of theological truth, accessible only to those with ears to hear them. This seminar will explore how to train our ears for parables, and then how to unfold their mystery to a congregation. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2009
14824 Urbanism, Suburbanism, and the Good Life Barnes, Fred 7/12/2001

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Seminars in Christian Scholarship
17171 Writing for the Elder Brother Barnes, M. Craig 4/20/2012 Reaching out to the prodigals with the forgiving grace of the Father is deeply ingrained in the American understanding of the Gospel. But many of the people who worship and who read Christian literature have not made a mess of their lives. Like the elder brother, they are careful and good at following the rules. Their sins are boring and tedious. So how do we address the Gospel to these elder brothers? Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2012
17200 Pastor as Minor Poet Barnes, M. Craig 4/20/2012 In the human experience, mystery and miracle, as well as despair and heartache, are found beneath the thin veneer of what only appears to be ordinary. So the subtext of huma n lives is usually where the Holy Spirit prefers to work. This makes it critical for pastors and people of faith to develop the poet's skill of exploring the truth behind reality. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2012
2594 On Recovering a Theological Base for Pastoral Care Barnhouse, Ruth Tiffany 9/27/1985



2595 Relationship Between Sin and Sickness, The Barnhouse, Ruth Tiffany 9/27/1985



8471 Baroque Chamber Music Baroque Chamber Music 10/16/1982
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7274 Baroque Trio, The Baroque Trio, The 3/6/1975
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7276 Baroque Trio, The Baroque Trio, The 4/26/1981
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7275 Baroque Trio, The Baroque Trio, The 10/22/1980
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
7277 Baroque Trio, The Baroque Trio, The 4/26/1981
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

2126 Bible Translation: What Direction Now? Barr, James 2/13/1995


Society of Biblical Literature
2127 Is There a Crisis in Bible Translation? Barr, James; Metzger, Bruce; Stek, John 2/12/1995


Society of Biblical Lit.; AOS; ASOR
10056 Carlos de la Barrera, guitar Barrera, Carlos de la 3/31/1998
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Alarabara World Arts Series
17104 Why Religion is Natural and Theology is Not Barrett, Justin 7/26/2011


Seminars at Calvin
17179 Pentimento Perplex: Memory, History, and the (Re)Construction of Childhood in Books for Young Readers, The Bartoletti, Susan Campbell 4/20/2012 How many egos does it take to write a children's book? What's the difference between a book for children and a book for adults? Why do celebrities write terrible children's books? Why do children love the books they do? What do history and memory have to do with writing books for children? What's the one prerequisite if you want to write a children's book? And why do writers for children have so much fun? Susan Campbell Bart oletti discusses the art--and joy--of writing books for children. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2012
17208 Balance of Fact and History (Conversation), The Bartoletti, Susan Campbell; Pinkney, Andrea Davis 4/21/2012 How does the writer of historical fiction balance imagined story with its researched foundation? How does the writer of non-fiction incorporate elements of narrative? Two wr iters for young readers tread the delicate steps of this dance as they discuss their own recent work in these two genres and reflect on the freedoms and restrictions of fact and history. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2012
2546 Most Important Half of Preaching: The use of Imagery in Worship and Preaching Bartow, C.L.




17614 TESTIFY Bascom, Jonathan 9/26/2012

Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Chapel
13786 Trimming the Sails: The Art of the Essay Bascom, Tim; D'Ambrosio, Charles' Willis, Paul 4/21/2006 Three essayists discuss the rhetorical, spiritual, and moral challenges involved in creating literary non-fiction. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2006
13809 Spirited Traveler: Writing About Journeys, the Soul, and Sacred Places Bascom, Tim; Taylor, Dan 4/22/2006 Two writers explore how the very nature of travel can be a catalyst for profound spiritual experience and offer strategies for writing about such things. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2006
9267 Lauren Basney Basney, Lauren 2/20/1995
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

9997 Lauren Basney, violin Basney, Lauren
Wiersma Uchimura, Susan, piano
10/2/1997
Technical Services : Available with permission.
Renata Artman Knific
10771 Receiving the Day Bass, Dorothy 11/7/2002



27 It's About Time: How Worship Transforms Our Way of Living in Time Bass, Dorothy 1/12/2001 In a 24/7 society where time is out of whack, the rhythms of worship offer wisdom, challenge, and comfort that addresses an urgent contemporary need. But do we have time t o dwell within them? This workshop will consider how worship transforms our way of living in time and how worship can open both church members and busy worship leaders to receive time as God's gift. Bookstore (college) : No Restriction
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2001
14489 Service 5- Morning Worship & Plenary Bass, Dorothy 1/25/2008
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2008
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
12473 Worship & Plenary: Sacred Time, Holy Ground: Christian Worhsip and the Practices of Daily Life Bass, Dorothy; Lindvall, Micheal 1/28/2005 Dorothy Bass is the author of Receiving the Day: Christian Practices for Opening the Gift of Time. She is director of the Valparaiso Project on the Education and Formation o f People in Faith, at Valparaiso University.
Michael Lindvall is pastor of Brick Presbyterian Church, New York, New York. He is the author of three books: The Good News from North Haven, Leaving North Haven (both Crossroad Publishing), and The Christia n Life: A Geography of God (Geneva Press, 2001).
Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale. Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2005
14769 Van Lunen Center Keynote 2008 Bassett, Patrick F. 7/17/2008 Keynote Address for the 2008 Van Lunen Center
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
16179 Groundwork Bast, Dave; Heerspink, Bob 4/25/2010 A production of the Back to God Hour Ministries International, this Goundwork broadcast replaces the Back to God Hour and Words of Hope broadcasts (as of 04-11-2010). April 25, 2010, Episode 10-02, "Faith and Skepticism" Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Back-to-God Hour
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
16178 Groundwork Bast, Dave; Heerspink, Bob 4/18/2010 A production of the Back to God Hour Ministries International, this Goundwork broadcast replaces the Back to God Hour and Words of Hope broadcasts (as of 04-11-2010). Ground work is a half-hour weekly audio program that digs deeply into scripture as a foundation for our lives. April 18, 2010, Episode 10-01: "Is the Bible True?" Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Back-to-God Hour
4776 Ethical Choices in Fundraising Bast, David; Berkhof, Bob 4/13/2000

Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Calvin Forum
2799 Pilgrim's Progress Bast, Henry
Tape 1-0:39:19
Tape 2-0:30:09
Tape 3-0:45:04
Tape 4-0:52:25
Tape 5-0:44:27
Tape 6-0:43:20



10810 Plenary Sampler: How Worship Gives Us a Timeline to Live By Batastini, Robert; Britts, Judy; Brown, Timothy; DeBoer, Lisa; Dewey, Dennis; Johnson, Todd; Witvliet, John; Wolterstorff, Nicholas 1/10/2003 Brief, highly focused presentations by several conference leaders. Audio-Visual (college) : Not Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2003
16162 Plenary #1 Bates, Dana 2/4/2010 In 2000, Dana Bates founded New Horizons Foundation to launch youth development programs in the Jiu Valley and was the principle architect of the IMPACT model that is now ap proaching 170 clubs in Romania and Latin America. He is also adjunct faculty at Northwestern College and runs the Romania Semester Abroad.

Faith and Internat'l Dev. Conf. 2010
5073 Mind on Fire Batson, E. Beatrice 5/1/1980
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Honors Convocation
14602 Not For Sale Tour Batstone, David 10/22/2007 Twenty-seven million slaves exist in the world today, according to David Batstone, professor of ethics in the department of theology and religious studies at the University of San Francisco, executive editor of Sojourners, and author of the "America's Ethics Guru" column for USA Today Weekend. He is also author of the book, "Not for Sale: The Return of the Global Slave Trade -- and How We Can Fight It." < BR>'Not for Sale' is a campaign of students, entrepreneurs, artists, people of faith, athletes, law enforcement officers, politicians, social workers, skilled professionals, and all justice seekers, united to fight the global slave trade. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.

3545 Shakespeare's Sense of History Battenhouse, Roy 5/7/1980
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

4929 Calvin's Visit to Grand Rapids: A Forgotten Episode in the History of the Church Battles, Dr. Ford Lewis 1/11/1979
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Lecture
1755 Early Church Fathers of Genesis 1, 2, The Battles, Ford Lewis 3/17/1979



4932 Threat Posed by Calvinism to the Kingdom of Satan in Late 20th Century, The Battles, Ford Lewis 9/6/1978
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Lecture
2938 Structure and Problem of Calvin's Theology, The Battles, Ford Lewis




4936 New Directions in Reformed Theology: Implications for College and Community Battles, Ford Lewis 9/6/1978
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Discussion
1847 Soundings of the Past and Sightings of the Future Battles, Ford Lewis



Calvin Board Faculty Meeting
3409 Bauer, Gary Bauer, Gary 2/18/1993
Heritage Hall : No Restriction

14674 Light Lessons Bauer, Joan 4/19/2008 Most writers of fiction come to a point at which they think, "What am I doing? I can't find my way through this story." Bauer talks about the transforming power of light and how she uses it in her books to gently coax truth from the shadows. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2008
14697 Laughing Out Loud: Using Humor in Writing Bauer, Joan; Kimmel, Haven; Udall, Brady 4/19/2008 We all treasure writers who make us laugh out loud. But how do writers themselves think about humor? Do they craft jokes and insert them at appropriate places? Does humor sp ring at them unawares? Three writers discuss the pleasures and pitfalls of using humor in writing. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2008
15284 Mini recital Bauer, Michael 2/5/2001 Recital with dancers

Organ in Christian Worship, The
15293 Cumulative Reflections Bauer, Michael; Boody, Jhn; Nichiols, Katheryn; Wolterstorff 2/6/2001 Plenary Session

Organ in Christian Worship, The
3546 Theological Critique of Capitalism, A Baum, Gregory 10/16/1980
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Lecture
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
11788 Coping With Grief Bauman, Dan

None : Archive/Available for Research

11787 Workshop Conclusions Bauman, Dan




11976 Flannery O'Connor's Enduring Presence Baumgaertner, Jill Pelaez, Wood, Ralph 4/23/2004 Forty years after her death, Flannery O’Connor continues to intrigue and challenge us. Two
O’Connor scholars investigate why.
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2004
14993 Changing Hearts and Minds About Animals and Food Baur, Gene 9/24/2008
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.

17490 Glocal Acts - Spearhead in Mexico, Bautista, Carmen; Johnson, Paul; Johnson, Nydia 1/25/2010 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
11789 God Of Our Losses: II Corinthians 1: 2 - 5 Bayly, Joseph




11794 Grown Up Children Bayne, S.F.




11793 Gift of the Spirit Bayne, S.F.




11790 Boldness On The Day of Judgment Bayne, S.F.




11791 Families Small And Great Bayne, S.F.




11796 Together Bayne, S.F.

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

11795 Living And Dying Bayne, S.F.




11792 Follow Me Bayne, S.F.




6181 Themes in World History Bays, Dan; deVries, Bert; Howard, Doug; Sweetman, Robert; Wagstrom, Thor 9/27/2001 The Meaning of Christian Perspective on the History of Cultures Outside the Christian West Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Christian Scholarship...For What?
3138 Church and Mission in China Bays, Daniel 1/13/2000 tape 1-1:19:01
Tape 2-0:58:33
Bookstore(college) : Archive/Available for Research
Calvin Mission Institute
14416 Calvin's China Connection Bays, Daniel; Clark, Kelly 9/6/2007 Kelly Clark from the Calvin Philosophy Dept. and Daniel Bays from the History Dept. look at the presence and growth of the Christian Church in China and at Calvin's growing connections to the most populous country in the world. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Noontime Series
10887 DAVID BAZAN Bazan, David 3/29/2003 David Bazan is the songwriter and vocalist for Pedro the Lion. Their most recent album is Control on Jade Tree Records. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Music, 2003
12595 Group A Workshop Bazan, David 4/1/2005
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Music, 2005
3762 Passages in the Pastorate Bazuin; DeVries; Tamminga 6/3/1986
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Ministers' Institute
1917 Grief Issues Beach, Carla M.
From the "Making Congregations Safe Places" conference at Calvin College, 1994.

Making Congregations Safe Places
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
14468 Long Way Gone, A: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier Beah, Ishmael 1/11/2008 At the age of 11 Ishmael's life in Sierra Leone was derailed by the outbreak of a brutal civil war. After the death of his parents and two brothers, Ishmael was recruited to fight as a child soldier. He fought for over two years before he was removed from the army by UNICEF and placed in a rehabilitation home. After rehabilitation he won a competition to attend a conference at the United Nations to talk about the devastating effects of war on children in his country. This was the beginning of his career as a representative to help bring international attention to the issue of child soldiering and war affected children. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research January Series, 2008
13286 Symbols of the Book of Revelation and Their Function, The Beale, Gregory 6/10/2005
Sem AV : Archive/Available for Research
Sermons
13285 From Biblical Text to Sermon Manuscript in the Book of Revelation Beale, Gregory 6/10/2005
Sem AV : Archive/Available for Research
Sermons
12726 From Biblical Text to Sermon Manuscript in the Book of Revelation Beale, Gregory 6/10/2005
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Bible and Ministry Conference: Preaching Apocalyptic Texts
12737 Symbols of the Book of Revelation and Their Function, The Beale, Gregory K. 6/10/2005
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Bible and Ministry Conference: Preaching Apocalyptic Texts
14701 Interview with Sam Beam (Iron & Wine) Beam, Sam 4/19/2008 Erin Garcia-O’Connor talks with Beam, a folk artist better known as Iron and Wine, about career beginnings, songwriting, concert tours, and movie soundtracks. Festival Faith & Writing Ofc. : Available with permission.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2008
14079 Democratization: African Female Political Behavior in Islam and Christianity Beard, Virginia 11/15/2006 "Democratization: African Female Political Behavior in Islam and Christianity," focusin on a portion of her Ph.D. dissertation: "Democratic Orientation in Eme rging African Democracies: Do Religion and Gender Matter?" Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Henry Institute
4461 Visit of Queen Beatrix and Tree Dedication Beatrix, Queen 6/26/1982
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
History (college)
14150 Psalms 23 and 121: Case Studies in What It Means to Pray and Sing the Psalms in Worship Bechtel, Carol 1/26/2007 [recording not available]
This session will explore two of the richest Psalms in the OT, both for theological content and worshipful expression. After careful study of th e text itself, we will explore what kind of music or prayer practices would be fitting for using the Psalm in worship.
None : Not Recorded.
Symposium on Worship, 2007
14122 Knowing Our Limits: Job's Wisdom on Worship Bechtel, Carol 1/26/2007 This session will explore what the book of Job teaches about the meaning and spiritual significance of worship. Attendees will find both some theological insights and some e vocative poetic images to guide their approach to worship. Also, learn which kinds of hymn texts Job prepares us to sing (you might be surprised!). Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2007
15103 Getting Past the Fish: The Book of Jonah for Christian Worship Bechtel, Carol 1/31/2009 The book of Jonah is replete with themes near to the heart of Christian life, worship, and witness. This workshop will explore ways to get beyond the “fish thing” ; so that the people of God can listen in sermons for themes like grace, tolerance, humility, and mission. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2009
14157 Closing Worship Services Bechtel, Carol; Conference Choir A 1/27/2007 Closing Lord's Supper worship services Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Symposium on Worship, 2007
10511 Technology and the Self Bechtold, John 5/23/2002
Bookstore (college) : No Restrictions
Loss of the Self in a Postmodern Therapeutic Culture
17177 Rethinking Perfection Becker, Amy Julia 4/20/2012 In a culture obsessed with image, status, and achievement, what room is there for a child with a disability? What room is there for any of us with our flaws and failings? Am y Julia Becker reflects upon the problems with our cultural assumptions about perfection, both within and outside a Christian context. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2012
17167 Telling the Truth in Love: The Tricky Bits of Writing Memoir Becker, Amy Julia; Grant, Jennifer; Starbuck, Margot 4/19/2012 How does a memoirist tell the truth about sensitive issues--and do it in love? Three memoirists--who have written about disability, adoption, and dysfunctional family life-- discuss the promise and pitfalls of writing about those closest to us. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2012
1848 Triple Seam Ministry Becksvoort, Vance, Vanderveen 10/27/1987


Calvin-Westernal Sectional
10841 Death With Dignity F98-14 Bedell
Bouma



Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Calvin Forum
14432 Why the History of Sexuality Ought to be Taught at Christian Colleges and Universities Bederman, Gail 10/9/2007 Dr. Gail Bederman is an Associate Professor of History at the University of Notre Dame.
The lecture was co-sponsored by the Gender Studies Minor, the History Departmen t, the Psychology Department, and the Sexuality Series.
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Sexuality Series, 2007-08
12021 Christianity, Islam, and the Kingdom of God: Their relationship from an African perspective Bediako, Dr. Kwame 4/29/2004 Tape 1-1:35:28
Tape 2-1:34:21
Bookstore(college) : Available for sale.

14350 Primal Religions as Substructure of Christianity Bediako, Gillian 7/25/2007
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Nagel Institute
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
14349 Emergence of World Christianity and the Remaking ofTheology, The Bediako, Kwame 7/14/2007
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Nagel Institute
3468 Sola Scriptura: The Christian Doctrine of Scripture as Translatable Bediako, Kwame 4/18/2001


Sola Scriptura: Re-Affirming a Reformation Principle from an African Perspective
3472 Scripture as Vernacular and the Birth of Theology Bediako, Kwame 4/19/2001



3473 Vernacular Scripture in an Age of Globalization--African Dimension Bediako, Kwame 4/19/2001



15497 Regathering 2005: The Cost of Non-Discipleship Bediako, Rev. Kwame 2/25/2005 Regathering Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
ReGathering
2210 Making Sense of Calvin's Paradoxes on Assurance of Faith Beeke, Joel R. 5/19/1995


Tenth Colluquium on Calvin & Calvin Studies
14286 Twelve Steps of Intimacy in Dating and Marriage Beelen, Dave; Beelen, Melanie 3/28/2007 Pastor David and Melanie Beelen will present a talk on 12 Steps of Intimacy in Dating and Marriage on Wednesday, March 28 at 7:30 pm in the Commons Lecture Hall (Commons Ann ex, basement level). The Beelens are Calvin graduates; David is pastor of Madison Square Church and Melanie is the director of the Baxter Community Center, both in Grand Rapids MI. This lecture is part of the Sexuality Series 2007. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Lecture
8977 Workshop: One Church's Experience with Multi-Cultural Growth Beelen, Dave; Davis, George 6/5/1990
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Ministers' Conference
8976 Workshop: One Church's Experience with Multi-Cultural Growth Beelen, Dave; Davis, George 6/5/1990
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Ministers' Conference
17071 Why the Bible Says Sex is for Marriage Beelen, David 1/12/2012 Delve into scripture on this important topic. Where does the Bible teach that sex outside of marriage is wrong? What does it say, and why? And what does it mean for us?
Pastor David Beelen is the lead pastor of Madison Square Church, Grand Rapids, MI.
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Sexuality Series
17062 God's Love in Christ Beelen, David 1/22/2012 LOFT (Living Our Faith Together) is a worship service that meets in the Calvin College Chapel on Sunday evenings during the academic year. Romans 8:31-39
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. LOFT (Living Our Faith Together)
14110 Four Pages of the Sermon, The Beelen, David; Choi, Peter; Hoezee, Scott; Truax, Laura; Voskuil, Karsten; Wilson, Paul Scott 1/25/2007 As preachers, do we preach the text or the gospel? The answer is both, but what is the difference? In the last fifty years preaching has become less informational and more c onversational, sensitive to language, metaphor, and art; it is more attentive to historical critical dimensions of biblical texts and to listener needs. For all of these strengths it is debatable whether preaching has become more faithful in proclaiming t he gospel. Biblical texts often do not contain the gospel and preachers typically assume that in preaching the text the gospel has been proclaimed. Together we will explore creative approaches that may be needed to ensure that the gospel is proclaimed, in cluding: honoring the form and movement of the gospel as a biblical genre in structuring sermons; locating the gospel in and with biblical texts; and treating proclamation as a particular form of preaching. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2007
1827 How to be Understood: If My Ideas are Clear, Why isn't My Speech Clear? Beeners, William 1/15/1993


Symposium on Worship, 1993
1828 How to Make Sense When You Open Your Mouth. Beeners, William 1/15/1993


Symposium on Worship, 1993
1829 Power of Wordless Persuasion, The Beeners, William 1/15/1993


Symposium on Worship, 1993
1831 Our Everyday Speech and the Impression We Make Beeners, William 1/14/1993


CTS Special Lecture
11345 Why is My Speaking So Dull? Beeners, William 1/15/1993


Symposium on Worship, 1993
16111 Re-Timed by God: The Rhythms of Worship Begbie, Jeremy 1/29/2010 Morning Plenary Session. Re-Timed by God: The Rhythms of Worship, with performance, recorded music, and visual material. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Symposium on Worship, 2010
16121 Conversation with Jeremy Begbie Begbie, Jeremy 1/29/2010 Conversation of Friday, January 29, 2010. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2010
16151 Conversation with Jeremy Begbie Begbie, Jeremy 1/30/2010 Conversation of Saturday, January 30, 2010. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2010
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
11783 Why Theology and The Arts Need Each Other In The Church Today, part 1 Begbie, Jeremy 1/10/2004 Part 1 of 3. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.

11743 Music, Emotion, and Worship: Is There Anything to Fear? Begbie, Jeremy 1/9/2004 In today’s culture, more than ever before, music is used to move us emotionally - on TV and in movies, shopping malls and restaurants. From the ancient Greeks to the r ecent Taliban regime, many have feared this profound power of music. In the Christian Church the anxiety has often been intense, especially in worship where music plays such a prominent role, and where some suspect they are being manipulated. Using perfor mance, slides and recorded music, Jeremy Begbie, noted author, professor and associate director of the Institute for Theology, Imagination and the Arts at St. Mary’s College of St. Andrews University in Scotland, asks, “In worship, what, if an ything, have we to fear from music’s emotional power?” Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research January Series, 2004
12259 Theology and the Arts: Why They Need Each Other in the Church, part 2 Begbie, Jeremy 1/10/2004 Part 2 of 3. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.

18370 "Reshaping Lament: Music and the Way to Joy" Begbie, Jeremy 1/28/2014


January Series, 2014
154 Plenary Session Begbie, Jeremy 1/15/2000
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2000
133 Thinking Theologically about the Arts in Worship Begbie, Jeremy 1/15/2000
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2000
12260 Theology and the Arts: Why They Need Each Other in the Church, part 3 Begbie, Jeremy 1/10/2004 Part 3 of 3. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.

178 Music of God and the God of Music, The Begbie, Jeremy 1/14/2000 What has music to do with God? Why do so many people turn to music for "spiritual" refreshment, using music from New Age to trip-hop to medieval chant? This presen tation explores some of the ways in which music works in our lives and offers reasons why music so often brings people closer to God. Slides, recorded music and demonstrations at the piano assist in answering the question of what music has to do with God. Jeremy Begbie is a widely published author, a noted performer of Mozart and is Vice Principal of Ridley Hall, Cambridge, England, and Lecturer of the Faculty of Divinity, Cambridge University. Heritage Hall : Not Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Not Available for sale. January Series, 2000
16146 Re-Tuned by God:The Future of Worship Begbie, Jeremy 1/30/2010 Saturday Morning Plenary, Jan. 30., 2010 Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Symposium on Worship, 2010
12390 Future of the Ministry of Christian Reformed World Missions, The Bekker, Gary 12/2/2004
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.

12370 Understanding Church Education in the Theological Curriculum Bekker, Gary; DeVries, Bob 10/16/1995

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research CTS Faculty Retreat
1850 Bethel Bible Series, The Bekkering, Donald 11/1/1979



2596 Alcoholic, The Belben, Ernest




17055 Lord is my Shepherd, The: A Celebration of Psalm 23 Bell, John 1/27/2012 The Lord Is My Shepherd: A Celebration of Psalm 23. Friday evening Vespers. A repeat of the Thursday evening service. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2012
6091 Revisiting the Psalms - Plenary 1 Bell, John 7/12/2001


Conference on Liturgy & Music (COLAM)
6095 Singing in the Holy Catholic Church - Plenary 5 Bell, John 7/14/2001


Conference on Liturgy & Music (COLAM)
17008 Lord Is My Shepherd: A Celebration of Psalm 23, The Bell, John 1/26/2012 The Lord Is My Shepherd: A Celebration of Psalm 23. Thursday evening Vespers. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2012
17046 Lord Is My Shepherd, The: A Celebration of Psalm 23 Bell, John 1/27/2012 The Lord Is My Shepherd: A Celebration of Psalm 23. Friday evening Vespers. A repeat of the Thursday evening service.
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Symposium on Worship, 2012
9169 Plenary Session Bell, John 7/20/1995
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Conference on Liturgy & Music (COLAM)
9172 Plenary Session Bell, John 7/21/1995
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Conference on Liturgy & Music (COLAM)
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
11948 Integrity and Diversity in the Song of the Church, The Bell, John 3/15/2004
Bookstore(college) : Available for sale.

11947 Psalms, The Bell, John 3/15/2004
Bookstore(college) : Available for sale.

6099 Lent: Jesus Call Us to Discipleship - Worship 4 Bell, John 7/13/2001


Conference on Liturgy & Music (COLAM)
9110 Reflections on the Past Two Decades of World Song Bell, John 7/1/1998 Comments by John Lamberton Bell, hymn-writer and Church of Scotland minister. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Hymn Society
17027 Strange Silence of Songs of Justice in Contemporary Biblical Worship, The Bell, John L. 1/27/2012 The word justice is never far hidden in the vocabulary of the psalmists. Over half the psalms specifically use the word. But in worship today, particularly in the Western ch urch, the word is suspect and politicised. In this workshop we look at how the global church does not share the reservations of the West, and also use examples of psalm settings which celebrate this necessary theme in our praise. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2012
17004 Pastoral Resources of the Psalms, The Bell, John; Brink, Emily 1/26/2012 For many traditions, the Psalms are primarily one of the sine qua nons of Sunday worship, whether sung metrically like hymns in the Reformed tradition, or slotted between th e Hebrew Scriptures and New Testament reading as in Roman Catholic and Episcopal traditions. But to harness their use solely or primarily for liturgical purposes is almost to deny their origin as songs which spoke to God from particular experiences of del ight, triumph, loss, depression or a hundred other emotions. Drawing on the breadth of expression in the Psalms, we will identify how in private pastoral encounters as in public worship arenas the psalms spoken or sung can minister to our deepest needs an d potentials Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2012
14670 Pure Undiluted Slog Bell, Rob 4/18/2008
Festival Faith & Writing Ofc. : Available with permission.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2008
14700 Interview with Rob Bell Bell, Rob 4/19/2008 Mike Lawrie talks with Rob Bell about communicating the gospel in a variety of modes to a variety of audiences and about the challenges along the way. Festival Faith & Writing Ofc. : Available with permission.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2008
3547 Luke and John Belleville, Linda 11/25/1986 Religion 103 class lecture. (Poor quality: a previously recorded lecture bleeds through) Heritage Hall : Archive/Unavailable for Dist.
Lecture
17188 Reading by Aaron Belz, A Belz, Aaron 4/20/2012
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2012
17221 Evolution of Poem, The Belz, Aaron; Childress, Susanna; Foster, Brett 4/21/2012 How does a poem come into being? And what can be learned by examining the evolution of a poem? Three poets trace the process of one of their own poems, from first stirrings to finished work. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2012
16682 Is this Your Sister? Brother? A Look at Local Sex-Trafficking Bender, Anthony; Dekker, Mary 11/17/2010 When we think of sex-trafficking, we usually assume it's taking place in other countries, not here. However, there's a large and growing problem in the U.S., in Michigan, an d right here in Grand Rapids. Mary Dekker and Anthony Bender, local volunteers with the faith-based non-profit Project Liberty, will speak about the issues involved, and the efforts of the Project Liberty task force to rescue victims of trafficking locall y, to educate the public, and seek ways to stop the demand. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Sexuality Series
59 State of Evangelical Scholarship, The Bendroth, M.; Leegwater, A.; Marsden, G.; Mouw, R. 10/1/2000
Bookstore (college) : Archive/Available for Research

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
6183 Revisioning History in Christian Scholarship Bendroth, Margaret; Wells, Ron; Bush, Perry; Katerberg, William; Mullen, Shirley 9/28/2001
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Christian Scholarship...For What?
17003 Tune My Heart to Sing Your Praise: The Re-tuned hymn movement in the context of the broader culture Benedict, Bruce; McCracken, Sandra; Twit, Kevin; Vos, Eelco; Wardell, Isaac; Scheer, Greg; Smith, James K.A. 1/26/2012 When Kevin Twit and RUF (Reformed University Fellowship) began setting historic hymn texts to new tunes, who knew it would grow into a movement with contributions from Indel ible Grace, Sojourn Music, BiFrost and others? And who knew that in Europe a similar approach would rejuvenate singing the Psalms? Several leaders in this movement will discuss the cultural background, perform examples of their own songs, and discuss the future of this movement. We’ll give special attention to ways of using this repertoire in the local church. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2012
6197 What Works in American Education Bennet, William 11/29/1988

Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Calvin College Today
3548 What Works in American Education Bennet, William J. 11/29/1988
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Calvin College Republicans Club
3628 Perserverence in Calvin and Augustine Bense, W.; Partee, C.

Heritage Hall : Archive/Unavailable for Dist.
Calvin Colloquium
11509 Will the Real Plato Please Stand Up? Participation vs. Incarnation Benson, Bruce 9/13/2003 Session XIII Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Radical Orthodoxy Conference
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
11116 Improvisation of Hermeneutics: Some Jazz Lessons, The Benson, Bruce Ellis 5/17/2003 Recorded on Side 2 of A11115, "Meeting at the Modern Crossroads." Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Hermeneutics at the Crossroads Conference
3549 Luke 4:14-30 Beretta, Troy 11/6/1988
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

14687 Interview with Elizabeth Berg Berg, Elizabeth 4/19/2008 Darlene Meyering interviews Berg about her life as a writer, the themes of her work, the development of her characters, and the reasons she writes. Festival Faith & Writing Ofc. : Available with permission.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2008
14704 History of My Faith, or, I Once Was Lost and I Still Am...and the Evidence for This Is in Everything I… Berg, Elizabeth 4/19/2008 Berg shares her thoughts on the connection between faith and writing in her own life and work. Festival Faith & Writing Ofc. : Available with permission.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2008
14387 Nuclear Power: Promise or Peril? Berg, Sigval
#815 NUCLEAR POWER: PROMISE OR PERIL? Originally broadcast April 6, 2008
France generates over 80% of its energy using nuclear power plants; the United States, 20%. Why the difference, and whose air is cleaner? January Series guest Sigval Berg of UniStar Nuclear Energy, a joint venture of American and French power companies, details to host Karen Saupe the advantages and concerns surrounding the use of nuclear power as a n energy source.

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Inner Compass
14467 Energy: Our Responsibility Berg, Sigval 1/23/2008 Senior Vice President for UniStar Nuclear, the nation's largest supplier of electricity to large commercial and industrial customers and the nation's largest wholesale power seller. A graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, he served in the U.S. nuclear program until 1981. He discussed from a business, social, and environmental perspective, what are the issues, policies, and responsibilities associated with being responsible ste wards for the world in which we live and how might the future of nuclear power contribute. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research January Series, 2008
17817 Taizé Vespers Bergland, Brad 1/25/2013
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Symposium on Worship, 2013
11808 Chosen in Christ. Ephesians 1:1-14 Bergsma, D. 7/27/1997
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

11809 Call to Repentence, A Bergsma, D. 7/27/1997
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

8694 Church and World- Essential Christianity Bergsma, Derke 6/7/1983
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Ministers' Institute
1853 Church and the World: Essential Proclamation Bergsma, Derke 6/9/1983


Ministers Institute
8699 Church and World- Essential Christianity Bergsma, Derke 6/7/1983
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Ministers' Institute
3723 Church and World -- Essential Proclamation Bergsma, Derke 6/9/1983
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Ministers' Institute
3721 Church and World -- Essential Christianity Bergsma, Derke 6/7/1983
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Ministers' Institute
3722 Church and World -- Essential Ecclesiology Bergsma, Derke 6/8/1983
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Ministers' Institute
8698 Church and World- Essential Christianity Bergsma, Derke 6/7/1983
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Ministers' Institute
4938 Year the Distance Died, The Bergsma, Ken 2/15/1969
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Lecture
1855 Politics and Evangelism in Central America Bergsma, Paul 1/24/1985


VanDyke Mission Lectures
1854 McGavran's Homogeneous Unit Principle and Mission Strategy Bergsma, Paul 1/17/1985



2939 Roots of Liberation Theology, The Bergsma, Paul 1/31/1985



Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
15151 Bergwerff: Three Generations Interview Bergwerff
Interview in studio of 3 generations of Bergwerff men.


14185 Plenary #3 Berkenbosch , Roy 2/2/2007 This conference centers on practical theology of development, especially as it relates to four vital arenas in our contemporary context: peace building and reconciliation, g lobal health, environmental care and economic justice. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Faith and Internat'l Dev. Conf. 2007
5290 How in the World is CRWRC? Berkenbosch, Roy 10/20/1994



10817 Just Worship? (C5) Berkenbosch, Roy; Bradford, Jonathon; Vander Haagen, Elisabeth; Vandermeulen, Peter; Wynbeek, John; Witvliet, John 1/11/2003 Principles and practical resources that connect justice and worship, with shared experiences of those who can help show the way. Audio-Visual (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2003
2940 Kuitert and the Barthians in the Netherlands Berkhof, Hendrikus 9/29/1981



12333 Scholarship Dinner, 20th Anniversary Berkhof, Robert 10/14/2004

Heritage Hall : Available for sale. History (college)
9934 Changes and Continuity in the Church Berkouwer, C. G. 6/7/1967 Lecture given at the evening banquet during the 1967 Ministers' Conference. Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Ministers' Conference
13967 Scripture and Confession Berkouwer, C. G. 6/8/1967 The third of three lectures given June 6, 7 & 8, 1967 by Rev. G. C. Berhouwer of the Free University of Amsterdam. Heritage Hall : Available for sale.
Ministers' Conference
13966 Election and Preaching Berkouwer, C. G. 6/7/1967 The second of three lectures given June 6, 7 & 8, 1967 by Rev. G. C. Berhouwer of the Free University of Amsterdam. Heritage Hall : Available for sale.
Ministers' Conference
9932 Contemporary Roman Catholicism Berkouwer, G. C. 6/6/1967 The first of three lectures given June 6, 7 & 8, 1967 by Rev. G. C. Berhouwer of the Free University of Amsterdam. Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Ministers' Conference
14636 Journalist's Confession: The True Story of How I Made Up the Best Story of My Life Berlinski, Mischa 4/17/2008 Most of us believe that journalism is true, and novels are made up. But in the real world, it's rarely the way things work. Berlisnki describes his experience as both journa list and novelist—and how the two connect. Festival Faith & Writing Ofc. : Available with permission.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2008
14646 Creating a Novelist's Voice Berlinski, Mischa; Grushin, Mordicai 4/18/2008 Two novelists discuss the shaping of their first novels, reflecting on the ways in which their narrative voices were sharpened by personal experience, literary traditions, a nd cultural history. Festival Faith & Writing Ofc. : Available with permission.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2008
4821 Calvin College Commencement, 1987 Bernbaum, John 3/23/1987

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Commencement (College)
8629 Calvin College Commencement, 1987 Bernbaum, John 5/23/1987

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Commencement (College)
3550 Crisis in Central America: A Biblical Perspective, The Bernbaum, John 1/28/1986
Heritage Hall : Archive/Unavailable for Dist.
Interim Lecture Series, 1986
3665 Flying upside Down-Commencment Bernbaum, John A. 5/23/1987
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Commencement
3664 Flying Upside Down Address Bernbaum, John A. 5/23/1987
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Commencement
195 What Kind of Liberalism? What Kind of Democracy? Bernstein, Richard 5/27/1999 The seminars seek to promote high quality scholarship that reflects a Christian perspective and to encourage Christian scholars to examine critical and cutting-edge topics i n their disciplines. Throughout these discussions, we will reflect on the nature of justice and attend to its biblical 'contours.' Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Political Thought After Liberalism Conference
203 Final Words from the Invited Guests Bernstein, Richard; Porter, Jean; Perry, Michael 5/29/1999 The seminars seek to promote high quality scholarship that reflects a Christian perspective and to encourage Christian scholars to examine critical and cutting-edge topics i n their disciplines. Throughout these discussions, we will reflect on the nature of justice and attend to its biblical 'contours.'

Political Thought After Liberalism Conference
3551 Captives of our Learning Berry, Elvera 1/8/1988 Recording is incomplete Heritage Hall : Archive/Unavailable for Dist.
January Series, 1988
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
6218 Captives of our Learning Berry, Elvira 1/8/1988

Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Calvin College Today
10203 Life is a Miracle (Lionel Basney Tribute) Berry, Wendel 4/25/2000 Tribute to Lionel Basney, beloved professor of English, after his accidental death. Sponsored by the Calvin College Environmental Assessment Program. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

11962 Leaving Ruin Berryman, Jeff 4/22/2004 A ninety-minute one-man show based on Berryman’s novel about Cyrus Manning, a restless,
quirky, and unconventionally thoughtful pastor under siege at the First Chur ch of Ruin, Texas.
None : Not Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2004
166 Presidents in Trouble: What Does History Tell Us? Beschloss, Michael 1/19/1999
Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Available for sale. January Series, 1999
5929 Monks and Markets: Culture, Economics, and Good Cities Bess, Philip 7/17/2001

Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Lecture
12095 Polis and Natural Law: The Moral Authority of the Urban Transect Bess, Philip 5/14/2004
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Written on the Heart: The Tradition of Natural Law
12556 Worship and Incipient Idolatry Best, Harold 1/28/2005 If, as St. Paul says, an idol is nothing, then there must be nothing to idolatry outside of our efforts to make nothing into something. In the biblical sense, what do “ ;nothing” and “something” mean in the context of a life of faith, authentic worship, and artistic action? Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2005
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
1856 Challenge Confronting the Concerned Members Besteman, Arthur



CMCRC Conference 1987
1860 Local Church: A Reformed Model Besteman, Arthur



CMCRC Conference 1987
2800 Unity in Christ and Diversity in Culture in Effective Urban Betances, Samuel




1861 Work...The Church...And The Cities Betanzas, Samuel



Urban Congress 82
6707 Bethal Pentecostal Choir; Minister's Institute 1991, 1 of 2 Bethal Pentecostal Choir

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6708 Bethal Pentecostal Choir; Minister's Institute 1991, 2 of 2 Bethal Pentecostal Choir

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

14541 Reading Doris Betts Betts, Doris 4/23/1994
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 1994 (Writer's Conf. '94)
16893 Cuban Refugees and the Christian Reformed Church Betty Diemer 5/13/2011 In English, with transcription.
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Cuban Refugees and the Christian Reformed Church: An Oral History Project
3195 Selected Fictions I Betty Smartt Carter, Virginia Stem Owens 4/1/2000
None : Not Recorded. None : Not Recorded. Festival of Faith & Writing, 2000
1756 Temple Scroll and the Trial of Jesus, The Betz, Otto 5/1/1986


CTS Special Lecture
11797 Interview: The Words We Use To Preach & Sermon: What Are We Going To Be Beuchner, Frederick




11011 Isaiah 6: The Vision of God and the Prophet's Mission Beuken, Willem A.M. 6/6/2003
Bookstore(college) : Available for sale.
Bible and Ministry Conference, The Second
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
14023 Prelude Sept 19 2006 Beversluis, Claudia 9/19/2006

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Prelude
32 To God and Back Again: The Dynamics of Worship as Pastoral Care Beversluis, Claudia 1/15/2001 How we worship shapes us as whole persons in response to God's care for us. Worship shapes us physically, cognitively, emotionally, and socially. We will explore the psych ological dynamics that underlie this shaping process. We will examine worship as a resource for pastoral care in the congregation, and ask how we can be deliberate in our undersanding of and use of worship as a healing, shaping power.
[Many Symposium on Worship recordings are available at: http://www.worshipsymposium.org/past/]


Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2001
1862 Planning a Service By Committee Beversluis, Claudia 8/6/1985
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Liturgy Conference
16766 Exemplary Teaching Awards Dinner Beversluis, Claudia 2/10/2011

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14050 Unfinished Challenge, The: Women, Global Poverty and the Kingdom of God Beversluis, Claudia
Beversluis Inauguration Is October 25
October 5 , 2006

The inauguration of Claudia Beversluis on October 25 as the seventh provost of Calvin College will feature a n unsual twist: the featured speaker will not be Beversluis.

Past Chief Academic Officers

Albertus J. Rooks, 1919-41
Henry J. Ryskamp, 1941-64
John Vanden Berg, 1964-82
Peter DeVos, 1982-85
Gordon Van Harn, 1985-96
Joel Carpen ter, 1996-2006

Rather, Beversluis, Calvin's first female provost, has chosen an admired colleague to deliver words of wisdom that day at 3:30 pm in the Calvin Chapel.

She has selected Roberta Hestenes, the president emeritus of Eastern Colle ge in Pennsylvania and the former board chair of World Vision International, to speak on "The Unfinished Challenge: Women, Global Poverty and the Kingdom of God."

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16661 Wonder, Wisdom, Worry, and Work Beversluis, Claudia 8/26/2010 Dr. Claudia Beversluis, provost and professor of psychology, introduced the day with reflections on the current campus context and the tasks before us. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Fall Conference for Faculty and Staff
17623 Bruce Dice
Mineralogical Museum Dedication
Beversluis, Claudia
Le Roy, Michael
11/9/2012

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13679 Love is Wonder-Full Beversluis, Claudia; Winkle, Aaron; Wise, Jay; Edgell, Margaret; Acosta, Vanessa; Koopmans, Ted; Vander Weele, Steve; Harms, Dick; Spoelhof, William 2/28/2006 A series of impromptu interviews on the topic of love and marriage. Audio-Visual (college) : Archive/Available for Research Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
3794 Symposium Beversluis, Diekema, Haan, VanGroningen 8/6/1981
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Christian Schools International
14181 Grand Rapids Christian High: Open House - Completion of Main Building Beversluis, Henry; Dekker, Harry; Schultze, Henry; Kuiper, H.J. 6/1/1948 Open house celebrating the completion of the main building. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

1864 Conversion in Missions: 19th Century Revival In America and Germany (2 of 3) Beyerhaus, Peter 9/27/1988


VanDyke Mission Lectures
1863 Conversion in Missions: Third World Experience of Conversion (1 of 3) Beyerhaus, Peter 9/28/1988


VanDyke Mission Lectures
1865 Conversion in Missions: The Fall into Disgrace of Conversion During the 20th Century (3 of 3) Beyerhaus, Peter 9/29/1988


VanDyke Mission Lectures
4646 Zuni Rain Dance Beyuica, Edward

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

11120 Knowledge that One Does Not Know: Gadamer, Levertov, and the Hermeneutics of the Question, The Bieber, Christina 5/17/2003 Recorded on the back of Ethical Hermeneutics and the Theater-Faber Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Hermeneutics at the Crossroads Conference
12664 Excavations at Little Petra Bierling, Neal 5/31/2005 Teacher at Ada Christian School, Grand Rapids, Michigan None : Not Recorded. None : Not Recorded. Petra
13691 Explore Petra: Lost City of Stone Bierling, Neal
A 'virtual-reality' tour which lets you navigate through the ancient city of Petra and see 360-degree views of many locations including the winding path of the Siq and the K hazneh. Also includes video clips and many pages of historical background written by leading experts.
This is a DVD-ROM and requires a computer which has a DVD player. The included program works with Windows 98, 98SE, 98ME, 2000 or XP. May view all c ontent on Mac and Linux computers with any web browser. This dvd will not play in stand-alone video-dvd players.

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Petra
12636 Experience Petra: Lost City of Stone Bierling, Neil; De Vries, Bert 1/7/2005 Background and overview of the ancient city of Petra, and information about the touring exhibit which was hosted by Calvin College from April 4 through August 15, 2005. Intr oduction by President Gaylen Byker.
Bookstore (college) : Available with permission. Petra
12635 Experience Petra: Lost City of Stone Bierling, Neil; De Vries, Bert 1/7/2005 Background and overview of the ancient city of Petra, and information about the touring exhibit which is hosted by Calvin College from April 4 through August 15, 2005. Arabi c introduction by Bert De Vries.
Heritage Hall : Available with permission. Petra
13646 Baptism: A Sacrament for the Whole Congregation Bierma, Lyle 1/27/2006 D4 This session will draw upon biblical passages and confessional and liturgical texts from the Reformed tradition to demonstrate how Christian baptism is a communal, not an individual, sacrament. We will also discuss current liturgical practices that enhance or detract from this perspective on baptism Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2006
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
3171 Millenium, The: The Reformed View Bierma, Lyle 1/28/2001



3173 Signs of the Second Coming (Part 1 in series) Bierma, Lyle 1/7/2001


Brookside CRC
13284 Critique of Left Behind Thinking (Popular Dispensationalism), A Bierma, Lyle 6/10/2005
Sem AV : Archive/Available for Research
Sermons
12728 Critique of Left Behind Thinking (Popular Dispensationalism), A Bierma, Lyle 6/10/2005
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Bible and Ministry Conference: Preaching Apocalyptic Texts
16150 From Blogs to Tweets: Wise Use of Social Networking Technology in Your Worshiping Community Bierma, Nathan 1/29/2010
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2010
14734 Spoelhof Society Luncheon Bierma, Nathan; Byker, Gaylen 5/8/2008

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
15033 Exploring the Emerging Church: Theology, Culture, Ritual, and Meaning Bierma, Nathan; Clark, Jason; Corcoran, Kevin; Rollins, Peter; Wilson, Kurt; Wilson, Lori 1/29/2009 Three scholars will present drafts of their work that will result in a book and DVD analyzing and documenting the emergent church movement in the US and the UK. Two respond ents will raise questions of importance to the broader Christian community, especially questions of worship and evangelism. As the day progresses, we anticipate discussions of a cluster of significant themes in emerging church life—from consumerism, conversion, hermeneutics, to ecclesiology, eschatology, deconstruction, and postmodernism—that promise to challenge all participants to deepen their own framework for ministry. Participants will be sent some reading ahead of time with an invitation to ask questions during this day of presentations, video segments, responses, and Q&A. Come to contribute to the conversation. Calvin Video Productions : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2009
14230 Working with Your Local Media Bierma, Nathan; de Haan, Phil 1/26/2007
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2007
9365 High School Choral Festival Big Rapids HS
Calvin Christian HS
Calvin College Campus Choir
11/12/1992
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

12652 Churches and Scrolls of Petra Bikai, Dr. Patricia 4/13/2005 Associate director of the American Center of Oriental Research, Amman, Jordan None : Not Recorded. None : Not Recorded. Petra
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
6138 Christianity in the Public Square Billings, David; Bowen, Deborah; Omolade, Barbara 9/29/2001
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Christian Scholarship...For What?
15064 Rediscovering the Lord's Supper: Growing Deeper into the Gospel Billings, Todd J. 1/30/2009 A renewed theology and practice of the Lord’s Supper can help believers grow into a deeper and multi-faceted vision of salvation. Come and explore the ways in which th e Lord’s Supper illuminates the gospel as participation in Christ by the Spirit. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2009
164 Future Face of Russia, The Billington, James H. 1/15/1999
Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Available for sale. January Series, 1999
3278 Diversity in the Workplace Bishop, J.; Kuyers, M.

Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Business 1997
11798 Oneness In Theology Bishop, J.D.




14609 Two Voices on the Future Blackmon, Tim; Hulst, Mary 9/15/2007 Plenary session F 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
6219 US/Canada Relations Blackwood, B. 10/9/1985

Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Calvin College Today
9908 Mandatory Chapel: Guest Speakers Blake, Donald (11-03-58); Vedder, Jim (11-04-58) 11/3/1958
Heritage Hall : No Restriction

11799 I Believe In God, The Father Almighty Blake, Eugene Carson




Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
3646 Where is Calvin? Blake, Norman 11/12/1975
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Centennial
3553 Christianity and 20th Century English Literature Blamires, Harry 9/30/1981
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Lecture Council Series
13805 Writing Ethically Bland, Eleanor Taylor 4/22/2006 Bland, a mystery writer, discusses how writers can incorporate Christian values, morals, and ethics in mainstream fiction. Further, she provides some suggestions for creatin g multi-dimensional characters and plots for general audiences and for markets beyond the CBA. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2006
13811 Scarier and Scarier: A Conversation with Eleanor Taylor Bland and Ted Dekker Bland, Eleanor Taylor; Dekker, Ted 4/22/2006 A writer of mysteries and a writer of thrillers talk about the possibilities and limits that these conventional genres provide to the author who is serious about both fictio n and faith. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2006
128 Publishing the Detective Story Bland, Eleanor; Faherty, Terence; Meehan, Chris 3/31/2000
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2000
13307 Pine Rest Family Summit Plenary Session 2: Fatherless America Blankenhorn, David 3/21/1997
Technical Services : Archive/Available for Research

14026 Brummel Chair Installation Blankespoor, Ron 10/17/2006

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
10962 Human Treatment and the Future for People with Special Needs Blatt, Burton 3/10/1981
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

3554 Human Treatment and the Future for People with Special Needs Blatt, Burton 3/10/1981
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

5250 Abuse in the Church Blauwkamp; Van Leeuwen 3/31/1992

Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Calvin Forum
15395 Blind Boys of Alabama, The Blind Boys of Alabama, The 3/2/2003 Live at Calvin College Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

16042 When Groups Play: Flash Mobs & Urban Experiments Bliss, Rob
#1001
What does it take to get thousands of people to show up downtown for a pillow fight? Rob Bliss, creator of The Rob Bliss Urban Experiments, tells how technology and social dynamics help him gather crowds for memorable happenings. Karen Saupe hosts.

Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Inner Compass
12729 Preaching Old Testament Apocalyptic to a New Testament Church Block, Daniel I. 6/10/2005
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Bible and Ministry Conference: Preaching Apocalyptic Texts
13287 When Nightmares Cease: A Message of Hope Block, Daniel I. 6/10/2005
Sem AV : Archive/Available for Research
Sermons
13288 Preaching Old Testament Apocalyptic to a New Testament Church Block, Daniel I. 6/10/2005
Sem AV : Archive/Available for Research
Sermons
12730 When Nightmares Cease: A Message of Hope from Daniel 7 Block, Daniel I. 6/10/2005
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Bible and Ministry Conference: Preaching Apocalyptic Texts
3555 Review of Themes and Issues of Public Health, A Bloem, Kenneth 4/23/1981
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Lecture Council Series
16618 Named Scholarship Dinner Event Bloem, Russ; Conrad, Sarah; Hoisington, Linda; Jerschina, Jeremy; Rasendrahasina, Fitah 11/9/2010

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
9322 Sarah Bloemers, soprano Bloemers, Sarah
Varineau, Gwen, accompanist
11/11/1995
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

9397 Sarah Bloemers, Soprano; Kevin Mc Namara, Trumpet Bloemers, Sarah; Mc Namara, Kevin
Zeerip, Betsy, accompanist
5/8/1993 Student recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
8760 Love and Justice (II) Bloesch, Donald

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Ministers' Institute
8765 Principles of Ethics (III) Bloesch, Donald

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Ministers' Institute
8755 Two Kinds of Righteousness Bloesch, Donald

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Ministers' Institute
4941 Changing Clothes for Changing Ideals. Blom, Patricia 1/17/1983
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Interim Lecture Series, 1983
3557 Changing Clothes for Changing Ideals: A Social History of Women's Fashion in America Blom, Patricia 1/17/1983
Heritage Hall : Archive/Unavailable for Dist.
Interim Lecture Series, 1983
14392 Christians in the Courtroom Bloom, Stephen
#820 CHRISTIANS IN THE COURTOOM Originally broadcast May 18, 2008
Witnesses place their hand on the Bible before they testify: how would principles from that Bible play out if it were actually opened up and applied? Would prosecutors be arguing for forgiveness? Stephen Bloom, attorney with Irwin & McKnight law firm in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, and author of The Believer's Guide to Legal Issues, wonders with host Karen Saupe how empty courtrooms might become.

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Inner Compass
11967 Lessons Learned from Postville Bloom, Stephen 4/22/2004 In 1987, a group of ultra-Orthodox Jews opened a kosher slaughterhouse just outside the rural
town of Postville, Iowa. When the business became wildly successful, Postvil le found itself both
revived and divided. Bloom recounts what happened next and raises questions about what this
story might mean for America today.
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2004
11991 Stephen G. Bloom and Lauren Winner in Conversation Bloom, Stephen G.; Winner, Lauren 4/24/2004 Bloom and Winner discuss questions of religious identity, Jewish and Christian, and the particular challenges of writing from personal experience. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2004
11900 Worship for All Ages Bloss, Michael 1/30/2004 How one church reevaluated their worship centers and Christian education program, and then revitalized their approach by starting a family service during the education hour on major festival days. The process will also be traced from earliest ideas among staff team members to final brochure layout and first Sunday. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2004
13842 Word Made Stone, The Blue, Debbie 4/22/2006
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2006
16370 Making It Strange: How Do We Write About Jesus Blue, Debbie 4/17/2010 God gets a thyroid gland, drinks milk from a breast, teaches his boys they don’t need to wash their hands. Debbie Blue, an author and preacher, considers how to make t he overly familiar a little less so—discovering some of the strange and disconcerting beauty in the stories of our faith. Do we need to overcome some taboos and prohibitions to write about the scandal of the incarnation? Festival Faith & Writing Ofc. : Available with permission.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2010
16311 Retelling the Old, Old Story Blue, Debbie; Lloyd-Jones, Sally; Boyett, Jason 4/15/2010 Readers and listeners of all ages love to hear Bible stories. But how should these stories be told and retold? Are there boundaries that should not be crossed, limits that s hould be observed? Three panelists reflect on the challenges and opportunities of retelling the Bible, both in sermons and in books for children and for (potentially disaffected) young adults. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2010
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
15392 Kelly Blumline, mezzo-soprano & piano Blumline, Kelly 1/23/2003 Student Recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Student Recital
6718 Glenn Bluthuis and Friends Bluthuis, Glenn and Friends 9/28/1991
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13596 Into the Fray Boahene, Kojo; Deboer, Jacqui; Mahay, Juday; Vander Meer, Beth 10/20/2005 "Into the Fray" is a documentary which focuses on the challenges faced by students approaching graduation and the coming shift in their lives. It follows four sen iors at Calvn College as they navigate their final year of college and deal with major issues that arise during this critical transition.
"Into The Fray," entered the Programs for the Theological Exploration of Vocation (PTEV) National Stud ent Film Competition and beat out nine other entries to capture the top prize at the PTEV National Student Conference in 2005.

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282 Religious Writer and the Religious Publishing House I, The Bob Hudson, Joan Guest, Stephanie Egnotovich 4/2/1998


Festival of Faith & Writing, 1998
17650 Wage Theft Bobo, Kim
IC 1320
It is illegal to steal from your workplace; yet across the nation, employers are stealing from their employees every day. Practices such as withholding tips, boun cing paychecks, hiring employees as “independent contractors,” and refusing a final paycheck are surprisingly common. Kim Bobo, executive director of Interfaith Worker Justice and author of Wage Theft in America: Why Millions of Americans are Not Getting Paid—and What We Can Do About It, describes the scene.

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3146 Progressive Dispensationalism Bock, Darrell 4/20/2000
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SPECIAL LECTURE
3147 Kingdom of God in New Testament Theology, The Bock, Darrell 4/20/2000


SPECIAL LECTURE
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
9285 Ingrid Bock, Cello; Cary Ratcliff, piano Bock, Ingrid; Ratcliff, Cary 9/15/1995 Guest Recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

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?
16093 Perspectives on the Slums of Nairobi, Kenya: What is the Role of the Churches? Bodewes, Christine 10/20/2009 Christine Bodewes received her B.A. with honors from Saint Mary's and went on to receive a J.D. degree from the University of Illinois Urbana. Her Ph.D. was through the Scho ol of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London.
For seven years, Dr. Bodewes was a partner in a large Chicago law firm practicing corporate securities litigation. In 1997, she became a Maryknoll lay missioner, moving to Nairobi, Kenya, where she worked on legal reform and civic education in Kibera (the largest slum in Kenya and Sub-Saharan Africa). Bodewes co-founded the land rights program at the Legal Aid Clinic in Kibera, as well as founding the Office of Human Rights, a grass roots program providing free legal service, civic education and advocacy on human rights issues to slum dwellers.
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Lecture
10781 Naturalistic Theory of Moral Genesis, A Boehms, Christopher 11/9/2002 Review and Synopsis by Philip Clayton and Jeffrey Schloss. Address by Christopher Boehms. Plenary Discussion. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Biology and Purpose: Altruism, Morality & Human Nature in Evolution Theory
15949 Canciones de Alabanza (Spanish Chapel Songs) Boelema, M.; Thompson, R.

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Chapel
10638 Healing Prayer: Spiritual Renewal and Its Interface with Emotional Healing Boelens, Peter 9/26/2002


Special Interest 2002
9407 Joan Boender, Soprano Boender, Joan
Zeerip, Betsy, piano
11/19/1993 Student recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6795 Boender-DeVries Recital Boender-DeVries 4/15/1992
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Senior Recital
6794 Boender-DeVries Recital Boender-DeVries 4/15/1992
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Senior Recital
8622 Pious Banker Boer, Bill
Satire roasting Bill Boer, VP Business & Finance.
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2809 Anatomy of a Social Revolution Boer, Harry 6/4/1968



12418 Life and Times of Harry R. Boer, The Boer, Harry 4/22/1993

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1866 Theological Education in Africa Boer, Harry 6/6/1968



12429 Life and Times of Harry R. Boer, The Boer, Harry R. 4/22/1993

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8763 Issue of Reprobation, The Boer, Harry; Mulder, Lambertus; Boomsma, Clarence

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Ministers' Institute
1867 Tiger in Your Tank, A: The Anatomy of Christian Reformed Missiology Boer, John 11/5/1987



1869 CRC: Homogeneous or Pluriform CRC (The Incidence of Divorce in the CRC), The Boer, Roger 12/12/1974



2149 Incidence of Divorce in the CRC, The Boer, Roger 12/12/1974



1868 Divorce and the Quo Vades (The Incidence of Divorce in the CRC) Boer, Roger 12/12/1974



6132 View from the Launching Pad, The: The Next Generation of Christian Scholars Boer, Wiebe; Glass, Sam; Hamersma, Sarah K; Van Dyke, Christina 9/28/2001
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Christian Scholarship...For What?
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
3558 Student's View, A Boerman, Betsy 10/13/1977
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Chapel
13647 Rhythm of God's Grace, The Boers, Arthur Paul 1/27/2006 D5 Today's hectic pace of life leaves little time for prayer. Daily morning and evening prayer is an ancient treasure of the church that offers a worshipful way to live and pray, no matter how busy our lives feel. Learn more about this classical mode of prayer and how you can incorporate its wisdom into your daily life. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2006
8727 Never Call Them Jerks: Healthy Responses to Difficult Behavior (D2) Boers, Arthur Paul 1/12/2002 What is it about church (and worship!) that leads to such bitter fights? Are churches especially prone to unhealthy conflicts? Explore these important questions and discover healthy ways and strategies to care for yourself and deal with unhealthy conflicts. Bookstore (college) : No Restriction
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2002
8714 Learning the Ancient Rhythms of Prayer (B3) Boers, Arthur Paul 1/12/2002 Tired of ad hoc and self-directed on-again-off-again conversations with God? Many Protestants are rediscovering ancient Christian patterns of daily morning and evening praye r. Here we explore a lost treasure of the church that can bring renewal to our prayer life. We also reflect on how churches can support and encourage daily prayer. Bookstore (college) : No Restriction
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2002
13658 Forgotten Ones: Worship and Pastor Care Boers, Arthur Paul; DeVries, Robert; Newmann, Barbara; Smith, Kathy; Zonnebelt-Smeenge, Susan 1/27/2006 F4 Many people have a vision for pastoral care that takes place in homes, hospitals, and institutions, often in times of crisis. But the prime place for pastoral care is in the community gathered for worship, when all who are able gather under the care of the Good Shepherd, and those who cannot attend are still remembered and named. This session will explore ways worship leaders can encourage the whole community to model the kind of love and care that includes everyone, especially the least among us. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2006
9866 Mandatory Chapel: Faculty or Students Boersma 1/10/1966
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4942 Goethe Faust Boersma, Clarence 4/5/1973
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Lecture
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
10961 Day with Alan Boesak, A Boesak, Alan 4/30/1981
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10960 Day with Alan Boesak, A Boesak, Alan 4/30/1981
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3564 Racial Justice in South Africa Boesak, Alan A. 10/24/1983
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Scorr Lecture
3559 South Africa Today: A Political and Theological Analysis From a Black Perspective Boesak, Alan A. 11/17/1980
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3565 On Apartheid Boesak, Alan A. 10/22/1983 Black Church, Third World & Peace Conference Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

3560 Does the Reformed Tradition Have a Future in South Africa? Boesak, Alan A. 11/24/1980
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3561 Relevant Preaching in a Black Context Boesak, Alan A. 12/2/1980
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3562 Being 'Colored' in South Africa Boesak, Alan A. 1/13/1981
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Interim Lecture Series, 1981
3563 Day with Alan Boesak, A Boesak, Alan A. 4/30/1981
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2801 Does the Reformed Tradition Have a Future in South Africa? Boesak, Allan 11/24/1980



3657 Knowledge is Power Boesak, Allan A. 5/23/1981
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Commencement
5003 Racial Justice in South Africa Boesak, Allan A. 10/24/1983 45 minutes lecture and 40 minute Q&A
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Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
5045 Where is Calvin? Boeve, E.
Walter, M.
Primus, J
Slenk, H.
11/12/1975
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Centennial
4816 Mid 20th Century Army footage Boeve, Ed


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11310 Ed Boeve- Retirement Slide Show Boeve, Ed


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6061 Space for Worship, A Boeve, Edgar


Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Portable Calvin
1871 Worship Space, The: Architecture and Arts Boeve, Edgar
[Many Symposium on Worship recordings are available at: http://www.worshipsymposium.org/past/] Bookstore(college) : Archive/Available for Research
Symposium on Worship, 1989
18239 The Beatitudes Boeve, Edgar 5/9/2012
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1870 Liturgy and the Visual Arts Boeve, Edgar 8/7/1985
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Liturgy Conference
17311 Beatitudes, The Boeve, Edgar 5/9/2012



2532 Christian Art Boeve, Edgar




15233 75th Annivesary of Calvin Theatre Boeve, Edgar; Vandenberg, Patricia; 2/21/2009 Theatre Reunion Luncheon. Historical Perspective by Dr. Patricia Vandenberg ’73. Reminisence by Dr. Edgar Boeve. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

2100 Rise and Fall of Great Preaching, The: Expository Preaching Boice, James M. 2/27/1990


Conf. on Expository Preaching
2099 Rise and Fall of Great Preaching, The: State of Preaching Today, The Boice, James M. 2/27/1990


Conf. On Expository Preaching
7939 William Bokhout, bass-baritone; Wenda DeVries, Piano Bokhout, William; De Vries, Wenda 4/18/1984
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7938 William Bokhout, bass-baritone; Wenda DeVries, Piano Bokhout, William; De Vries, Wenda 4/18/1984
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16325 Making History Come Alive Bolden, Tonya 4/16/2010 Tonya Bolden offers insights into her writing process—from research, selection of images, choice of voice, and language—in an effort to make history come alive f or young people. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2010
16341 Heart of the Story; The Heart of the Reader, The Bolden, Tonya; Lewis, E.B. 4/16/2010 Where’s the heart of the story? How does an artist shape material to capture the heart of the reader? In this session, two artists—one a writer and the other an illustrator—discuss how they work with their material as they create textual or visual narratives for young readers. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2010
13657 Preaching in a Postmodern Culture Bolsinger, Tod; Hoezee, Scott; Hulst, Mary; Long, Thomas; Quicke, Michael 1/27/2006 F3 Christ is the same “yesterday, today, and tomorrow." The biblical Word likewise remains the fixed foundation on which to preach Christ and his gospel. But alth ough the content of Scripture changes not, the context in which that Word is preached shifts dramatically era to era. In today's postmodern context, the acoustics are different—familiar doctrines reverberate differently in the postmodern ear. So ho w can sermons speak into this cultural moment? How can pastors speak into this context without compromising the Bible's content? This panel will reflect on such questions so as to provide practical suggestions aimed at encouraging preachers in their vital task. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2006
16229 Guinea: Building Trust & Our Life in Guinea Bolt, Bob and Carol and children
Building Trust introduces you to the Fulbe peole of Guinea, West Africa; Our Life in Guinea tells what life is like for children and North Americans in Guinea.
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1872 Can a Reformed Church Be Both True and Catholic? Bolt, DeKoster, Kuyvenhoven, Tamminga, Zwaanstra 4/30/1985



1873 Local Option - Solution? Bolt, DeKoster, Tamminga, Zwaanstra 4/30/1985



Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
6116 Pastoral Imagination in the School of Christ Bolt, Dr. John 9/6/2001


Convocation 2001(Opening & Honors)
12053 Prolegomena: Intro to Theology Bolt, John 10/29/2001
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12056 Prolegomena: Intro to Theology Bolt, John 11/7/2001
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15348 Lecture #3 Bolt, John

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12047 Prolegomena: Intro to Theology Bolt, John




12049 Prolegomena: Intro to Theology Bolt, John 10/10/2001
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12050 Prolegomena: Intro to Theology Bolt, John 10/15/2001
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12046 Prolegomena: Intro to Theology Bolt, John 10/5/2001
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12052 Prolegomena: Intro to Theology Bolt, John 10/24/2001
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12045 Prolegomena: Intro to Theology Bolt, John 10/3/2001
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12055 Prolegomena: Intro to Theology Bolt, John 11/5/2001
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12379 Holiness and Wholeness Bolt, John


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12057 Prolegomena: Intro to Theology Bolt, John 11/12/2001
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12051 Prolegomena: Intro to Theology Bolt, John 10/22/2001
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12040 Prolegomena: Intro to Theology Bolt, John 9/12/2001
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12044 Prolegomena: Intro to Theology Bolt, John 10/3/2001
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12043 Prolegomena: Intro to Theology Bolt, John 10/1/2001
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14507 Beauty Will Save the World: Jonathan Edwards and Abraham Kuyper on Glory and Beauty Bolt, John 1/25/2008 Should Christian worship explicitly call our attention to and direct us toward the world and its need, to social action? Or does such worship in fact turn us away from the t riune God, the proper focus of our worship? This workshop will explore some ways Abraham Kuyper and Jonathan Edwards-both theologians of beauty and glory, and both very socially engaged-might point us in the right direction. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2008
12042 Prolegomena: Intro to Theology Bolt, John 9/24/2001
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12041 Prolegomena: Intro to Theology Bolt, John 9/19/2001
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Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
12054 Prolegomena: Intro To Theology Bolt, John 10/31/2001
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11800 Prolegomena: Intro to Theology Bolt, John 9/10/2001
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10697 Seeker-Sensitive Churches Bolt, John; Daley, Andre; Oosterhoff, Ronda; Weener, Sherwin
#105 SEEKER-SENSITIVE CHURCHES What is church for? Is it only for believers, or is it also a place for others to find out about God? As people try to make church more of a welcoming place for newcomers, some worry that worship and the Bible are getting watered down. Four guests explore some of the goals and concerns regarding seeker-sensitive churches:
John Bolt, Calvin Seminary, Andre Daley, pastor of a seeker-sensitiv e church in Grand Rapids, Ronda Oosterhoff, former Communications Coordinator at Willow Creek Community Church
Sherwin Weener, Reformed Synod of the Great Lake

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76 Whither the Apocalyptic Novel? Bolt, John; Jensen, Steven; McConnell, Ami 4/1/2000
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Festival of Faith & Writing, 2000
4763 Public, Private, or Home Schooling? Bolt, John; Barrett, Justin; Liebenthal, Ed 12/22/1999

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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.
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Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2005
7941 Lois Bolt, Recital #2 Bolt, Lois 5/5/1959
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7940 Lois Bolt, Recital #1 Bolt, Lois 5/5/1959
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4944 Dynastic States Bolt, Robert 4/9/1970
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Lecture
4943 Dynastic Consolidation Bolt, Robert 10/30/1969
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Lecture
3093 Responses to Plenary Speaker Bolt; Griffioen; Spalding; Koyzis 10/31/1998


Session III: Religious Liberty & Pluralism
7942 Julie Bolthuis, Piano; Gaye Vander Giessen, Violin Bolthuis, Julie; Vander Giessen, Gaye 4/15/1983
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6008 Life of Challenge, A Bonhoeffer


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14257 Racism Without Racists: Color-Blind Racism and the Persistence of Racial Inequality in the United States Bonilla-Silva, Eduardo 3/15/2007 Keynote Speech from the 2007 "From Every Nation" Symposium on Race
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1819 Our Image of the World: Redrawing the Christian Map (1 of 2) Bonk, Jonathon J. 2/6/1997


CTS Special Lecture
1859 Doing Well By Doing Good: How Much Does it Cost? (2 of 2) Bonk, Jonathon J. 2/6/1997


CTS Special Lecture
14024 Prelude Presentation Bonnema, Joy 10/3/2006 Presentation for Prelude entrance program.
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14957 Prelude Plenary 4 Bonnema, Joy 10/20/2008

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3567 What Does the Future Hold for the Phillipines? Bonner, Raymond 2/19/1986
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Lecture
16560 Changing Gears Boodhoo, Niala 10/6/2010

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15287 Principals and Principles: organ Building for Christian Congergations Boody; Faulkner; Guenther; Kay; Porter 2/5/2001 Plenary Session

Organ in Christian Worship, The
14586 Politics of Rapture: The Social Network of Premillenialist Websites Booke, Paula 2/27/2008 Paula Booke received her M.A. at the University of Chicago in 2005, where she has held several Teaching Assistant positions, and obtained her undergraduate degree from the U niversity of Rochester in New York. Her research has focused around religion and politics, race and politics, political psychology, public opinion and qualitative methods. Her dissertation is entitled "Politics of the Apocalypse: The Effect of Premil lennial Eschatology on Politics." She has received academic honors and recognition through numerous scholarships, fellowships and lectureships over the course of her studies and has additionally presented various papers at conferences and symposiums. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Lecture
8932 Hymn Playing: The Church Organist's… Boomsa, Shirley

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Calvin College Symposium
9910 Mandatory Chapel: Guest Speakers Boomsma, C. (11-10-58); Ungvary, A.S. (11-11-58) 11/10/1958
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1874 CRC Since World War II,The: Praising God, A Celebration on the Occasion of John H. Kromminga's Retirement Boomsma, Clarence 5/19/1983 J. Kromminga's Retirement

History (Seminary)
1875 Long Pastorate, The Boomsma, Clarence




3568 Sermon on Romans 8 Boomsma, Clarence 2/10/1991
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16156 Life of Freedom Under God Boomsma, Clarence 9/27/1981
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15330 Pastoral Responses to Homosexuals, a conference at Pine Rest Christian Hospital Boomsma, Clarence; Hoksbergen, Al; Hansen, John Wesley; Sweeten, Gary R.; 4/27/1978
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8743 Christian Reformed Church in Canada and the USA, The- Comparison and Contrast Boomsma, Clarence; Tamminga, Louis

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Ministers' Institute
1876 Report 31: An Interchange with the Author Boomsma, Greidanus, VanderWell 5/21/1992



10609 Calvin College String Quartet, The Boomsma, Joan; Klooster, Mary; Turkenburg, Mary; Huissen, Mary 4/11/1979
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15951 Boomsma Disc Master Boomsma, Shirley

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7780 Shirley Boomsma, Organ Boomsma, Shirley 11/24/1985
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7779 Shirley Boomsma, Organ Boomsma, Shirley 11/24/1985
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10038 Shirley Balk Boomsma in Recital Boomsma, Shirley Balk

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1878 Doctrinal Preaching and Liturgy Boonstra, Harry



Symposium on Worship, 1992
9012 From Calvin's Cathedral to Crystal Cathedral Boonstra, Harry 6/2/1992
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Ministers' Institute
15091 Why Read Abraham Kuyper (1837-1920) on Worship? Boonstra, Harry 1/30/2009 Abraham Kuyper’s accomplishments were many and he had a stellar career. He served as pastor, theologian, founder of the Free University in Amsterdam, chief organizer o f a Calvinist political party, prime minister of the Netherlands. He is, however, less well-known for another major contribution—his writings on worship and liturgy which are still relevant for the church today and will appear in an English translat ion as Our Worship (Eerdmans, forthcoming). Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2009
1877 Congregational Involvement in Worship Boonstra, Harry 8/6/1985


Conference on Liturgy & Music (COLAM)
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
3074 Best of Times, The? The Worst of Times? Boonstra, Harry 9/10/1998


Convocation 1998
8933 What's So Good (and not so good) Boonstra, Harry

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Calvin College Symposium
15270 Use of the Service Book, The Boonstra, Harry 7/28/1983


Conference on Liturgy & Music (COLAM), 1983
11448 Word and South America, The Boonstra, Juan 5/18/1977
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Federation of CR Men's Societies Convention
4009 Word of South America, The Boonstra, Juan S. 5/18/1977
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Federation of CR Men's Societies Convention
2004 God Be With You 2 Cor. 5: 16ff. 13: 11 Boosma, Clarence
Poor Recording

Sermons
2718 Why Does God Hide? Boosma, Clarence 11/23/1986


Plymouth Heights CRC
16490 Impact of Postmodernism, The Booth, Wayne
Schwehn, Mark
4/29/1995
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17106 Opening Plenary: Christian Humanitarian Work: Past, Present, Future Booy, Dirk; Kortenhoven, Paul; Wolterstorff, Nicholas 2/3/2011 -Dirk B. Booy, Executive Vice-President of World Vision Canada.
-Nicholas Wolterstorff, Noah Porter Professor Emeritus of Philosophical Theology at Yale University, Fello w of Berkeley College at Yale University, and Senior Fellow in the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture, University of Virginia


Faith and Internat'l Dev. Conf. 2011
15602 Borealis Wind Quintet, The Borealis Wind Quintet 3/2/2007 Concert Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Artist Series
11894 Worship: My Soul Finds Rest in God Alone Borger, Joyce 1/31/2004 Worship Service None : Not Recorded.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2004
17529 Music in the Church Borger, Joyce 6/27/2012 A quick tour of the history of music in the church stopping to sing along the way.

CICW
16691 Lift Up Your Hearts: Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs Borger, Joyce 1/27/2011 This is a working session for the 80-member advisory committee of this forthcoming hymnal of the Christian Reformed Church and the Reformed Church in America. None : Not Recorded.
Symposium on Worship, 2011
11904 From One Generation to the Next Borger, Joyce 1/30/2004 A panel of younger scholars, artists, and theologians discuss the role worship plays in their lives, the rich inheritance to be passed on, and the challenges that may lie ah ead. Panelists include Joy Engelsman, Itonde A. Kakoma, Sue A. Rozeboom, Christopher Wells, and members of the Jars of Clay. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2004
16718 Creative Ideas for Using the Psalms with People with Intellectual Disabilities Borger, Joyce; Uitvlugt, Nella 1/28/2011 The psalms are the prayer book for all Christians and have as much to say to the person with the Ph.D. as the person with intellectual disabilities. The psalms give voice to both the praise and lament of all God’s children. In this session we will look at ways to assist people with intellectual disabilities to enter into the psalms and make them their own, using a multisensory method of music, drama, and visual ideas. This study of Psalms has a broad use within the Christian community. None : Not Recorded.
Symposium on Worship, 2011
3825 Will of God For Us, The Borgorff, Peter 8/24/1975 Two Lectures:
1) The Wiil of God For Us
2) Enjoying the Spirit of Sonship
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3826 Enjoying the Spirit of Sonship Borgorff, Peter 8/24/1975
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10964 World Food Crisis Borgstrom, Georg 1/13/1975
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10963 World Food Crisis Borgstrom, Georg 1/13/1975
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3571 World Food Crisis Borgstrom, Georg 1/13/1975
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Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
4946 Facing the World Food Crisis Borgstrom, George 1/13/1978
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Lecture
3569 Facing the World Food Crisis Borgstrom, George 1/11/1978
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3570 Food Borgstrom, George 1/11/1978
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Lecture
4945 World Food Crisis Borgstrom, George 1/13/1975
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Lecture
3572 Politics of the Judicial System, The Bork, Robert 4/20/1989
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10435 Jana Bos, organ Bos, Jana 4/20/2001 Student Recital. Disc a is without prayer. Disc b includes prayer. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Student Recital
10200 Sarah Porter, mezzo-soprano; Jana Bos, organ Bos, Jana; Hoisington, Linda, piano; Porter, Sarah 4/11/2000 Student recital. Sarah Porter, mezzo-soprano; Jana Bos, organ; Hoisington, Linda, piano Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6393 Ken Bos, piano Bos, Ken 10/14/1988
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6391 Ken Bos, piano Bos, Ken 10/14/1988
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7943 Kenneth Bos, Piano Bos, Kenneth 1/30/1973
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7947 Kenneth Bos, Senior Piano Recital Bos, Kenneth 12/3/1974
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7946 Kenneth Bos, Senior Piano Recital Bos, Kenneth 12/3/1974
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7945 Kenneth Bos, Piano; Kenneth Sweetman, Organ Bos, Kenneth; Sweetman, Kenneth 5/8/1974
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7944 Kenneth Bos, Piano; Kenneth Sweetman, Organ Bos, Kenneth; Sweetman, Kenneth 5/8/1974
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15617 Laurie Bos, Double Bass Bos, Laurie 4/23/2007 Student Recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Student Recital
15521 Laurie Bos, String Bass Bos, Laurie
Bos, Kenneth, piano
10/5/2005 Student Recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Student Recital
17486 Glocal Acts - The Church in China Bosch, Linda; chinese students 1/19/2010 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
3573 Interview: Bethesda Hospital Association Bosch, M.

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

10679 CAS Reunion Banquet Bosma Smit, Ann; Byker, Gaylen; Christians, Clifford; Cooper, Dale; McFadzen, David; Wales, Ken 10/26/2002 Banquet for CAS majors' reunion during dedication of DeVos Communications Center.
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research History (college)
13280 Reading Revelation for Preaching Bosma, Carl 6/10/2005
Sem AV : Archive/Available for Research
Sermons
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
12727 Reading Revelations for Preaching Bosma, Carl 6/10/2005
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Bible and Ministry Conference: Preaching Apocalyptic Texts
11010 Challenge of Preaching Isaiah, The Bosma, Carl J. 6/5/2003


Bible and Ministry Conference, The Second
2530 Golden Cycle of Prayer & Praise in the Psalter & in the Chr. Liturgy, The Bosma, Carl J.; Witvliet, John 4/19/1996


Praise and Lament Conference
4947 Self and Nonself Bosma, M 2/22/1973
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Lecture
13712 Shining Hours in the Bitter Woods Bosscher, James 9/23/2004
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Noontime Series
3574 Holy Bottles Bosscher, James 10/12/1978
Heritage Hall : Archive/Unavailable for Dist.
Chapel
7949 Scott Bosscher Bosscher, Scott 4/13/1981
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7948 Scott Bosscher Bosscher, Scott 4/13/1981
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6443 Scott Alan Bosscher, tenor Bosscher, Scott Alan 2/18/1989
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

6444 Scott Alan Bosscher, tenor Bosscher, Scott Alan 2/18/1989
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

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



Calvin Theological Seminary
4948 Conflict and Resolution in South Africa Botha, Elaine

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Lecture
14548 Metaphor, Meaning, and Embodiment Botha, Elaine 1/15/2008



16483 Christian Social Philosophy in a Shrinking World Botha, Elaine
Available in both VHS and Cassette Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
3575 School in Society Botha, Elaine

Heritage Hall : Archive/Unavailable for Dist.
Conference on Justice in the International Economic Order
6155 Role of Metaphor in Christian Scholarship, The Botha, Elaine; Carvill, Barbara; Smith, David 9/27/2001
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Christian Scholarship...For What?
16485 Kuyper's Legacy in South Africa Botman, H. Russel

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3603 Byker Inauguration Lecture Botman, Russel 10/30/1995
Heritage Hall : Archive/Unavailable for Dist.
Byker Inauguration
6750 Gwenith Lynn Botting- Recital Botting, Gwenith Lynn 1/18/1992
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

16050 Ethics of Hostage Negotiation Botting, Jim
#1009
An angry criminal takes a hostage and demands to speak with authorities. Who’s most qualified to take the phone? What strategy might have worked with David K oresh? Jim Botting, author of Bullets, Bombs and Fast Talk: 25 Years of FBI War Stories, describes the adventures and dilemmas of his seventeen years as hostage negotiator for the FBI. Shirley Hoogstra hosts.

Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Inner Compass
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
16084 Bullets, Bombs, and Fast Talk: Twenty-five years of FBI War Stories Botting, Jim 10/22/2009 Jim Botting, a Calvin alumnus and FBI veteran, will talk about Bullets, Bombs, and Fast Talk: Twenty-five years of FBI War Stories. He was a hostage negotiator at the Waco, Texas, standoff with David Koresh; the Randy Weaver barricade in Ruby Ridge, Idaho; the hijacking of Continental Flight 52; and many more major incidents. He taught hostage negotiation techniques, SWAT tactics, officer survival, and crisis management for many years. The title of his talk is also the title of his book. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Calvin Academy for Lifelong Learning (CALL)
13953 Physician Assisted Suicide Bouma III, Hessel 4/25/2006
Bookstore (college) : Not Available for sale.

16432 Responsible Conduct of Research Bouma, Bud 5/3/2010

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14816 Jesus Said: I am the Truth Bouma, C 11/13/1949 Dr C. Bouma (end of) Sermon: John 14:6
Jesus Said: I am the Truth
Fuller Ave. Christan Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, MI
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

4949 Calvinism Bouma, Clarence 11/20/1958
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Lecture
3576 Reminiscing About the Origins of the Department of Sociology and Social Work Bouma, Don; Ver Meer, Ev; Berg, Rhonda; Landolt, Sarah

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Homecoming
13760 Road Rage on the Way to Heaven: Religious Resurgence and Rising Religious Conflict Bouma, Dr. Gary 3/30/2006 Dr. Bouma is the UNESCO Chair in Interreligious and Intercultural Relations-Asia Pacific, as well as a Professor of Sociology at Monash University in Australia. He graduated from Calvin College in 1963, is an Anglican priest, and has served in professional positions in eight different denominations. Dr. Bouma has written extensively, with his research focusing primarily on the interaction of religion and society in western c ultures. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Henry Institute
4817 Christian Health Care Bouma, H. and Boelens, P. 10/18/1986

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Calvin College Today
3280 Family Business Transitions: A Panel Bouma, H.; Duthler, P.; Vander Ploeg, J.

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Business 1997
2597 Prison Chaplain - Hope for the Hopeless Bouma, Henry 5/24/1995


CTS Special Lecture
3289 Take My Life, Please! The Morality of Physician-Assisted Suicide Bouma, Hessel 1/15/1997
Heritage Hall : Archive/Unavailable for Dist. Heritage Hall : Available for sale. January Series, 1997
5004 Take My Life, Please! The Morality of Physician-Assisted Suicide Bouma, Hessel 1/15/1997 lecture with power point
Heritage Hall : Available for sale. January Series, 1997
13523 Issues With Alzheimer's Bouma, Hessel III 8/10/2005 #601 ISSUES WITH ALZHEIMER'S Originally broadcast Oct. 2, 2005
Alzheimer’s Disease strikes 1 in 4 older Americans, and the ethical dilemmas that come with it strik e many more than that. Hessell Bouma III of the Calvin College biology dept. shows host Karen Saupe how we can best prepare for this unexpected situation, and how we can support those who are facing difficult decisions. Features a special short interview with Ken & Jean Andree, an Alzheimer's patient and his wife.
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Inner Compass
8950 Clergy Silence Bouma, Ralph; Van Dam, James 6/7/1988
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Ministers' Conference
14981 Clergy Silence Bouma, Rolf 6/17/1988
Heritage Hall : Available for sale.
Chaplains Retreat
120 MFA Programs in Creative Writing Bouma, Yvonne; Cairns, Scott 3/30/2000
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2000
17880 Series Intro - Director of the Service-Learning Center Bouman, Jeff 1/3/2013

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14811 Yearning for Home Bouma-Prediger, Steve 4/4/1997
Heritage Hall : Available for sale.
Postmodern Philosophy and Chrisitian Thought
6136 Models for Christian Education Bouma-Prediger, Steve; Edwards, Mark; Walsh, Brian 9/28/2001
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Christian Scholarship...For What?
6148 Christian Environmental Stewardship...For What? Bouma-Prediger, Steve; Curry, Janel; Emerich, Susan; Mahan, Dave 9/29/2001
None : Not Recorded.
Christian Scholarship...For What?
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
15435 Amy Bouwkamp, flute; Leah Wesorick, mezzo-soprano Bouwkamp, Amy
Wesorick, Leah
11/19/2003 Student recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Student Recital
3578 Calvin and the Renaissance Crisis of Knowing Bouwsma, William J. 5/5/1982
Bookstore (college) : Archive/Unavailable for Dist.
Meeter Center Dedication
4818 Buck Matthews Show Bovee, Ervin, Bovee, Edgar, Hamersma, J.
Calvin Acts, various students
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
8873 Liturgical Visual Arts Tour of Creative Worship Spaces (A4) Bowden, Sandra; Krammes, Barry; Logan, Jeanne; Mulder, Karen 1/11/2002
Bookstore (college) : No Restriction
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2002
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
6159 Promised Reading: The Value of Literature for Readers, Teachers, and Scholars Bowen, Deborah; Brown, Dale; Downing, Crystal; Felch, Susan; Ward, Dean 9/27/2001
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Christian Scholarship...For What?
272 Readers Responding: Elie Wiesel and Joy Kogawa Bowen, Deborah; Cooke, Judith; Hunt, Matthew; Zuidema, Sandra; V. Basney, Claire V.; Srubas, Rachel 4/2/1998
None : Not Recorded. None : Not Recorded. Festival of Faith & Writing, 1998
13957 Are the Chronicles of Narnia an Evangelistic Text? Bowen, John 12/15/2005
None : Not Available for sale.

2533 Be Narrow - An Old Commandment Made New… Bowles, C.; Campbell, G.R.; Crawford, E.W.
Titles:
1) Be Narrow - An Old Commandment Made New 1:1-252
2) Oneness in Fellowship 1:253-417
3) Across America - The Aspect of a Crisis 1:418-565
4) I Belie ve in Jesus Christ Our Lord 2:1-229
5) Oneness in Evangelism 2:230-427
6) The Church in Action in the Home 2:428-571



12608 Songwriting - Concepting and Crafting Words and Music Bowles, Ralston 4/2/2005 A look at the process of writing lyrics and melodies for all genres of
music, Bowles shares thoughts gleaned over the years from a variety of songwriters who have willing ly shared their insights on this creative journey.
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Music, 2005
9105 Ethnomusicological Perspectives on the Transformation of Congregational Song Boyer, Horace Clarence 7/14/1998 Hymn Society, Plenary Session III. Recording of an event from The Hymn Society in the United States and Canada conference held at Calvin College in 1998. Campus Store (college) : Archive/Available for Research
Hymn Society
11405 Skills for Accompanists Boyer, Horace; Hayes, Mark 1/14/2000
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2000
148 Skills for Accompanists Boyer, Horace; Hayes, Mark 1/14/2000
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2000
16625 Tattoos on the Heart: The Power of Boundless Compassion Boyle, Father Greg 1/12/2011 Father Greg is a Jesuit priest and the founder and executive director of Homeboy Industries, the largest, most successful gang intervention program in Los Angeles. Homeboy, whose motto is “Nothing Stops a Bullet Like a Job”, takes gang members (homeboys and homegirls) fresh out of detention centers and offers everything from job training and placement to tattoo removal. Reflecting on over 20 years of experience with the gangs, Father Greg has recently published “Tattoos on the Heart” which has been on the Los Angeles Times best seller list all summer. He has received numerous humanitarian awards, among them the California Peace Prize. He lives in Los Angeles. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research January Series, 2011
16597 Exchanging Gangs For Jobs Boyle, Greg
Finding a job may not seem the highest priority for most gang members, but Father Greg Boyle learned otherwise when he befriended gang members in his parish and started the largest gang intervention program in the U.S. His book Tattoos on the Heart: The Power of Boundless Compassion describes his personal experience working with Homeboy Industries in downtown Los Angeles for over twenty years, and he shares what those experi ences have taught him. Shirley Hoogstra hosts.
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Inner Compass
2804 Ethics of St. Thomas, The Boyle, Joe 1/16/1975



2941 Theology of Hope Braaten, Carl



CTS Lectue 1970-71
18321 GROW - "You shall not commit adultery" Bradford, Aminah 10/28/2013

Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Chapel
17460 Proclamation Emmaus Road Bradford, Aminah 4/6/2010 Video of daily chapel services at Calvin College.
Audio-Visual (college) : Available for sale. Chapel
5271 Christians in the Inner City Bradford, J.


Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Calvin Forum
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
10555 How to Hold a Charette: Building with Community Input (Session 5b) Bradford, Jonathan 9/5/2002


Testimony of Place: Building Churches & Neighborhoods
10713 Urban Planning, Suburban Sprawl Bradford, Jonathan; Goodill, Robert
#121 URBAN DESIGN, SUBURBAN SPRAWL
Ever heard people talking negatively about "suburban sprawl"? What's wrong with the American dream of a large yard, large hou se, large garage? City planners around the country believe it's time to turn back to neighborhood life of the past. The New Urbanism movement is described by Robert Goodill of the Urban Design Studio of Torti-Gallas CHK and Jonathan Bradford of Inner City Christian Federation.

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Inner Compass
15076 Worship that Renews the Me and Transforms the Us Bradford, Jonathan; Dekker, James and Rose 1/30/2009 Christians are to be hearers and doers of the word. We pursue meaningful worship, meanwhile the business of worship is often measured by the number of coffee bars and size o f parking lots. But what about urban schools graduating illiterate teenagers? Or prisons bursting at their seams? Or untold millions dying from war, hunger, or disease? Worship must heal these wounds. Drawing from their diverse ministry experience Jim an d Rose Dekker (Latin American ecumenical and spiritual direction) and Jonathan Bradford (US urban) will explore the biblical concepts of knowing Christ the servant and serving Christ the Sovereign Lord. All of life must really be worship. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2009
17889 TESTIFY - Nate Bradford, Associate Chaplain for Residence Life Bradford, Nate 1/16/2013

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16822 Emmaus Road Bradford, Nate 5/1/2011 This LOFT archive as recorded in .FLV (Flash) files on DVD-ROM discs. Individual services can be requested on a DVD-Video. Luke 24:13-35
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. LOFT (Living Our Faith Together)
12300 Drawn to the Dark Side Bradford, Tom
#505 DRAWN TO THE DARK SIDE
Do you know anyone who seems to celebrate Halloween in some way or another all year around? Clinical psychologist Julie Schaefer-Space suggest s to host Karen Saupe what to do when concerned about a young person who seem a little too interested in the occult, witchcraft, or other things that scare you.

Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Inner Compass
12296 Ratings-Driven TV News Bradford, Tom
#501 RATINGS-DRIVEN TV NEWS
How would you like your job to be a continual popularity contest? (Professors are saying “would?”) The real story should not have to take back seat to the fun story or the thrilling story, but all too often this happens in the world of journalism. Tom Bradford, long-time ABC News journalist and producer, describes the pressures to host Shirley Hoogstra.

Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Inner Compass
14041 What is a Number? Augustine’s Philosophy of Mathematics Bradley, James 11/3/2006 In De Libero Arbitrio, Augustine of Hippo presents an argument for the existence of God. Because the argument depends in an essential way on mathematics, Augustine expa nds at some length on its nature. This talk will examine the implications of his views for the four classical questions of the philosophy of mathematics: In what sense are mathematical assertions true? What is the nature of mathematical objects, for exam ple, numbers? Since such objects seem immaterial but we are material beings, how do we acquire knowledge of them? How do we account for the astonishing effectiveness of mathematics in describing the physical world? Also, Augustine’s views on math ematics have implications for many other questions. If there is time, this talk will address two in particular: How are we to understand God’s freedom? And how are we to understand the nature of logic? Bookstore (college) : Archive/Available for Research None : Not Recorded. Christian Perspectives in Science Seminar Series
6145 Studying Human Behavior "by the Numbers" Bradley, James; Haarsma, Loren; VanderStoep, Scott; 9/27/2001
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Christian Scholarship...For What?
17197 Telling the Truth? Braestrup, Kate 4/20/2012 Memoirs purport to be reasonable representations of real life as it has been lived by real people. But storytellers who attempt to capture even a fragment of reality will fi nd themselves hampered by the essential discontinuity between life and words. Out of facts, inventions, and silence, storytellers--including memoirists--must create a new reality. So is there really any such thing as a true story? Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2012
17192 On Prayer and Faithfulness: Writing About Spiritual Practices Braestrup, Kate; Huston, Paul; Jordan, River 4/20/2012 What are the challenges of writing about spiritual practices? How can authors do so without being preachy or presenting themselves as perfect beings? And how do authors deal with the vulnerability of writing about their own intimacy with God? This discussion explores the art of writing about the spirit. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2012
3579 Interview part I Brander, George 11/9/1982
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

10965 Interview part II Brander, George 11/11/1982
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

3298 What Do We Owe the Elderly?: A Christian Approach to Rationing Health Care Resources Brandsen, Cheryl 5/29/1999 The seminars seek to promote high quality scholarship that reflects a Christian perspective and to encourage Christian scholars to examine critical and cutting-edge topics i n their disciplines. Throughout these discussions, we will reflect on the nature of justice and attend to its biblical 'contours.'

Political Thought After Liberalism Conference
2200 How To Lead Fabulous Class Discussions Brandwein, Michael



Excitement in Learning
6210 Unsolicited Advice to Young Writers Brashler, William 1/9/1987

Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Calvin College Today
3580 Unsolicited Advice To Young Writers Brashler, William 1/9/1987
Heritage Hall : Archive/Unavailable for Dist.
Interim Lecture Series, 1987
16087 Enhancing a Global Perspective on Campus Braskamp, Larry 11/9/2009 Larry Braskamp spoke on "Enhancing a Global Perspective on Campus," drawing from his extensive work surveying American college and university students with the Glo bal Perspectives Inventory.

Calvin Center for Christian Scholarship (CCCS)
9253 Brass Band of Battle Creek Brass Band of Battle Creek 1/6/1995
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
January Series, 1995
7094 Brass Quintet Brass Quintet 6/7/1961
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
7097 Brass Quintet and Horn Quartet Brass Quintet; Horn Quartet 2/24/1970
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7093 Brass Recital Brass Recital 3/7/1961
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

3583 Spiritual Mind Set, A Brasser, Wayne 11/27/1974
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

3584 Promises of God For Our Life Brasser, Wayne 12/13/1974
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

3581 Relationship of the Fruits and Gifts of the Spirit Brasser, Wayne; Beerens, G. 2/14/1975
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

3582 You Are the Temple of the Holy Spirit Brassser, Wayne 1/24/1975
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

15671 Peter Braswell, trombone Braswell, Peter
Hoisington, Linda, piano
3/1/2008 Student Recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7952 Franklin Brasz, Piano Brasz, Franklin 5/9/1988
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7951 Franklin Brasz, Piano Brasz, Franklin 5/9/1988
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

4950 Interview of Anna Bratt Bratt, Anna
Interview for women's Missionary Union Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Interview
14067 Harvey Bratt Interview Bratt, Harvey


Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
6154 Hunt For Witches, The Bratt, James 1/17/1989

Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Portable Calvin
3629 Role and Status of Women in the Writings of John Calvin, The Bratt, James 4/22/1976
Bookstore(college) : Archive/Available for Research
Calvin Colloquium
5184 Religion in History Bratt, james 10/15/1991

Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Calvin Forum
3585 C. Mather, J. McCarthy, L. Peters & the Hunt for Witches Bratt, James 1/17/1989
Heritage Hall : Archive/Unavailable for Dist. Heritage Hall : Available for sale. January Series, 1989
3430 C. Mather, J. McCarthy, L. Peters & the Hunt for Witches Bratt, James 1/17/1989
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
January Series, 1989
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
5130 Stone Lectures: Part 2 Bratt, James


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5128 Stone Lectures: Part 1 Bratt, James


Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Calvin Forum
6195 Hunt For Witches, The Bratt, James 1/17/1989

Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Calvin College Today
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
1879 Can The CRC Survive Success? Bratt, James 9/25/1986


CTS Special Lecture
16484 Kuyper's Mis/Perceptions on American Religion and Politics Bratt, James D.

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

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?

Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
14433 Between Nature and Nationality: The Hague School in the Nineteenth Century: Panel Discussion Bratt, James; Hanson, Craig; Luttikhuizen, Henry; Van Arragon, Lisa 10/24/2007 Panel Discussion with Exhibition Catalog Essayists James Bratt, Craig Hanson, Henry Luttikhuizen, Lisa VanArragon, for
"Between Nature and Nationality: The Hague Sc hool in the Nineteenth Century," presented in the Center Art Gallery at Calvin College from October 5 - November 17.
In the 1870's, a group of Dutch artists began to gather and work alongside each other in and around The Hague. The earliest memb ers of the group included Jozef Israëls, Jacob Maris, Anton Mauve and H. W. Mesdag, and collectively they and their colleagues came to be identified with the city. The 'Hague School' label was appropriate since the surrounding landscape and shoreline , together with the rural population who worked the fields and sea, provided the subjects for most of the pictures produced by these artists over the final few decades of the nineteenth century.
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Lecture
14508 War and Religion in America Bratt, James; Ruth, Lester 1/25/2008 As many people reacted against revivalistic styles and theology in the pre-Civil War period, so some are reacting today against the like "enthusiasms" and "su perficialities" associated with some contemporary P&W, seeker services, etc, etc. American historian James Bratt will explore the alternative destinations in style, ritual, and spirituality which the antebellum pilgrims sought and found on the ro ad out of revivalism. Liturgical scholar Lester Ruth will respond and discuss analogies on the worship scene in the 21st century, especially noting the recurring popular impulse for alternate forms of worship. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2008
3604 Byker Inauguration Lecture Bratt, James; Wells, Ronald 10/30/1995
Heritage Hall : Archive/Unavailable for Dist.
Byker Inauguration
9017 New Worship: Another Language Change? Bratt, Jim 6/3/1992
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Ministers' Institute
14601 John Calvin Rediscovered: The Impact of His Social and Economic Thought Bratt, Jim; Maag, Karin 11/14/2007 James Bratt (History and Director of the CCCS) and Karin Maag (History and Director of the Meeter Center) discuss the impact that John Calvin's social and economic thought h ad in his own time as well as in later centuries around the globe. These are the questions addressed in the newly published volume, _John Calvin Rediscovered: The Impact of His Social and Economic Thought_ (Westminster John Knox), co-edited by Jim Bratt a nd Edward Dommen, an emeritus economist of sustainable development who worked for the United Nations and World Council of Churches. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.

4952 Calvin at Geneva Bratt, John

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Calvinism Series
4953 Calvinism in America Bratt, John

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Calvinism Series
4954 CRC in America, The Bratt, John 12/30/1964
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Lecture
4951 Calvin's Religious Development Bratt, John

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Calvinism Series
15317 Calvin College Commencement, 2009 Bratt, Ken 5/23/2009

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Commencement (College)
3586 Rootless in America Bratt, Kenneth 1/17/1996
Heritage Hall : Archive/Unavailable for Dist. Heritage Hall : Available for sale. January Series, 1996
7955 Sue Bratt, Piano Bratt, Sue 2/6/1981
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7953 Sue Bratt, Piano Bratt, Sue 12/6/1978
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7954 Sue Bratt, Piano Bratt, Sue 2/6/1981
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

3587 Wall, The Bratt, Wallace 11/29/1978
Heritage Hall : Archive/Unavailable for Dist.
Chapel
15154 Interview with Wally Bratt Bratt, Wally 1/11/2006 Research collected by Jim Korf for William Spoelhof biography video project.


9873 Mandatory Chapel: Faculty or Students Braun, John 2/14/1966
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Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
14800 Prelates and Politics: Uses of 'Puritan,' 1625-1640 Brautigam, Dwight 5/29/1998
Heritage Hall : Available for sale.
Puritanism and its Discontents
15480 Keith Brautigam, baritone Brautigam, Keith
Kim, Hyesook, piano
11/5/2004 Faculty recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Faculty Recital
15512 New Compositions by David Fuentes Brautigam, Keith, baritone
Allman, Len, trumpet
Kim, Hyesook, piano
Sawyer, Charsie, piano
Stockdale, Michael,guitar
Martin, Christopher,violin
Eppinga, Al icia,cello
Navarro, Joel,baritone
Kantner, Christopher,alto flute
Stockdale, Michael,guitar
5/2/2005 Concert Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

15485 Carol Lei Breckenridge, clavichord & fortepiano Breckenridge, Carol Lei 11/11/2004 Guest Artist Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Guest Artist
4539 Her Story Breen, Nell

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2810 Pastoral Letter on Catholic Social Teahcing and the U.S. Economy Breitenbeck, Joseph M. 9/19/1985



16155 Praying to Our Father Bremer, Paul 3/1/1981
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

17079 Puzzling and Profound Faith of Abraham Lincoln, The Bremer, Paul 2/17/2011 The Puzzling and Profound Faith of Abraham Lincoln: People have come to very different conclusions regarding the religious convictions of Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln never join ed a church but memorized many sections of the Bible. He frequently expressed his conviction that God is in control of history. How do we assess what he believes? Paul Bremer examines the Bible's influence on Lincoln's presidency.

Calvin Academy for Lifelong Learning (CALL)
2943 Doctrine of Scripture in the Works of H. Bavink, G.C. Berkouwer, and H. Kuitert, The Bremmer, Rolf H. 10/6/1983



15027 From the Sidelines to the Locker Room Brennan, Christine
Sports columnist for USA Today , Brennan is the most widely read female sports journalist in the country. She is also an on-air commentator for ABC News and ESPN televisio n, a radio commentator for NPR's Morning Edition , author of three books and is considered a leading voice on the Olympics, international sports, women's sports and other sport issues. She has won numerous media awards including induction into the Jim Mur ray Foundation Journalists' Hall of Fame. She gives a thoughtful and insightful look at the world of sports and will share her experiences of being a woman in a predominantly male field. None : Not Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research January Series, 2009
16280 Homies and Hermanos: God and Gangs in Central America Brennmen, Robert 3/15/2010



14680 Writing The Women of Lockerbie, from Inspiration to Completion Brevoort, Deborah 4/19/2008 Brevoort examines the challenges of adapting a contemporary story to the conventions of Greek tragedy and using historical events as the basis for a dramatic work. The focus is on charting the step-by-step process used in creating The Women of Lockerbie, with the goal of providing participants with tools that they can apply to their own projects. Festival Faith & Writing Ofc. : Available with permission.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2008
200 Defending Pluralism Brewbaker, William 5/29/1999 The seminars seek to promote high quality scholarship that reflects a Christian perspective and to encourage Christian scholars to examine critical and cutting-edge topics i n their disciplines. Throughout these discussions, we will reflect on the nature of justice and attend to its biblical 'contours.' Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Political Thought After Liberalism Conference
104 I Mean, I Have a Family, for God's Sake! and Other Reasons for Not Writing Bria, Gina 3/31/2000
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Festival of Faith & Writing, 2000
14526 Service 2- Worship Service Briehl, Susan 1/25/2008
None : Not Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2008
2005 How to be Filled with the Holy Spirit Bright, Bill




14633 Hymnwriting as Devotional Poetry Bringle, Mary Louise 4/17/2008 While hymn poems are primarily written to be sung, they are also written to be read, studied, and prayed. Good hymn texts deepen our understanding of God, touching both our hearts and our imaginations in ways that encourage, indict, inspire, and heal. Bringle looks at ways to use the reading and writing of hymn texts as forms of spiritual discipline and devotional practice. Festival Faith & Writing Ofc. : Available with permission.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2008
14696 From Despair to Healing: Theological Insights from Fiction Bringle, Mary Louise 4/19/2008 This session was not recorded. None : Not Recorded.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2008
7957 Brink, Organ, 2 of 2 Brink 3/6/1964
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7956 Brink, Organ, 1 of 2 Brink 3/6/1964
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
4955 Dedication Service for Fine Arts Center Brink, Arnold 10/20/1966 Message title: Think on These. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
History (college)
8951 Introducing the New Psalter Hymnal to Your Congregation Brink, Emily 6/7/1988
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Ministers' Conference
9166 Plenary Session Brink, Emily 7/19/1995
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Conference on Liturgy & Music (COLAM)
1882 Music of the Church: Toward Liturgical and Aesthetic Integrity Brink, Emily 12/13/1984



15261 Choral Repertoire- Liturgical Unity Brink, Emily 2/27/1983


Conference on Liturgy & Music (COLAM), 1983
3745 Psalter Hymnal Update Brink, Emily 6/4/1985
Bookstore(college) : Archive/Available for Research
Ministers' Institute
1881 In Again: Singing the Psalms Today Brink, Emily 1/15/1993


Symposium on Worship, 1993
8938 Songs for Life: Hymns for Children Brink, Emily

Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Calvin College Symposium
1880 Celebrating Our Festivals in Liturgies Brink, Emily R.

Bookstore(college) : Archive/Unavailable for Dist.
Music Symposium
10813 Sing the World Round! (A5) Brink, Emily; Donaldson, Andrew; Hawn, C. Michael; Lockward, Jorge; Loh, I-to; Matsikenyiri, Patrick; Oyer, Mary; Sosa, Pablo; Widiasih, Ester 1/10/2003 A celebration of global song, exploring the tempos, rhythms, instruments, movements, and joy of a wide range of songs from Africa, Asia, and Latin America. A great way to le arn how to introduce a dozen or more songs to your congregation. None : Not Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2003
13662 Global Perspectives on Worship Brink, Emily; King, Roberta; Nyomi, Setri; Tam, Angela 1/27/2006 G3 Symposium is blessed by increasing numbers of global guests who come to worship and learn, as we all do. In this session, we'll explore cultural and liturgical issues our brothers and sisters are addressing especially in Africa and Asia, for example, intergenerational and multicultural worship; use of indigenous songs, instruments, and dance; use of technology; challenges of religious pluralism. Come to explore how God is building his church in ways that move us all closer to the unity we have in Christ even as we celebrate the gifts of cultural diversity Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2006
9102 Hymn Society Hymn Festival, 7/12/98 Brink, Emily; Manzara, Loretta 7/12/1998 Opening Address. Recording of an event from The Hymn Society in the United States and Canada conference held at Calvin College in 1998. Campus Store (college) : Archive/Available for Research
Hymn Society
1886 Hymnody for Worship: Choosing Psalms and Hymns (3 of 3) Brink, Emily; Reiffer, Jack 8/8/1985


Liturgy Conference
1885 Hymnody for Worship: Choosing Psalms and Hymns (2 of 3) Brink, Emily; Reiffer, Jack 8/7/1985 Poorly recorded

Liturgy Conference
1884 Hymnody for Worship: Choosing Psalms and Hymns (1 of 3) Brink, Emily; Reiffer, Jack 8/6/1985


Liturgy Conference
4956 Interview re Providence CRC Move Brink, J. Herbert

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Interview
3592 Fire Did It, The Brink, J. Herbert

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3690 Form of a Servant, The Brink, W. 5/22/1982
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Seminary Commencement
4374 Reply and Reaction to Church Experiences Brink, William 11/19/1983
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Partnership in the Gospel
10701 Should Americans Know Their History? Brinkley, Douglas
#109 SHOULD AMERICANS KNOW THEIR HISTORY? In what ways does our lack of historical knowledge damage our country and its potential? Douglas Brinkley of the University of New Orleans describes the goals of his "Majic Bus" history/literature tours for college students, and what K-12 teachers can do to give their students a strong foundation of history knowledge.
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Inner Compass
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
12 Majic Bus, The: An American Educational Odyssey Brinkley, Douglas 1/5/2001
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9869 Mandatory Chapel: Faculty or Students Brinks, Herb 1/31/1966
Heritage Hall : No Restriction

4957 Our Peculiarities---Shall we Preserve Them? Brinks, Herbert J.

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Lecture
9075 Issues of the Reformation: The Authority of Scripture Brinsmead, Robert

Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Christian Reformed Ministers Institute
2017 Issues of the Reformation: The Authority of Scripture Brinsmead, Robert



Minister's Institute
9083 Issues of the Reformation: The Priesthood of All Believers Brinsmead, Robert

Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Christian Reformed Ministers Institute
9079 Issues of the Reformation: Salvation By Grace Through Faith Brinsmead, Robert

Bookstore(college) : No Restriction
Ministers Institute
2018 Issues of the Reformation: The Priesthood of All Believers Brinsmead, Robert



Minister's Institute
4965 Issues of the Reformation: Salvation by Grace Brinsmead, Robert 6/8/1977
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Lecture
4964 Issues of the Reformation: Priesthood of all believers Brinsmead, Robert 6/8/1977
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Lecture
4963 Issues of the Reformation: The Authority of Scripture Brinsmead, Robert 6/7/1977
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Lecture
13918 CRC Evangelism Conference Briscoe, Stuart

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
CRC Evangelism Conference
11334 Preparing the Preacher (2 tapes) Briscoe, Stuart 2/26/1991


Conference on Expository Preaching
11801 Workshop Briscoe, Stuart




3593 For Better or for Worse? Briscoe, Stuart; Briscoe, Jill 1/17/1986
Heritage Hall : Archive/Unavailable for Dist. Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Interim Lecture Series, 1986
15668 Ensemble Montage Britsch, Richard, french horn
Conyers, Joseph, double bass
Eppinga, Alicia, cello; Kantner, Christopher, flute; Kim, Hyesook, piano; King, Chip, bassoon; Martin, Chris topher, violin; Miller, Alexander; Miller, Mary Jane; Secor, Gregrey; Varineau, John
2/27/2008 concert Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

17248 Invisible Books Panel Broadway, Anna; Copan, Lil; Wilson, John 4/21/2012 Good books are routinely lost in the shuffle. Three panelists highlight some recent works of non-fiction that deserve to be widely known--books that, in their unpredictable variety, suggest the riches to be found far afield from the glare of publicity. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2012
17804 Worship That Addresses Needs of Veterans with Moral Injuries Brock, Rita; Keizer, Herman 1/25/2013 This workshop will explore how religious communities can help veterans heal from moral injury and support their families during transition into civilian life. The workshop l eaders are co-directors of the Brite Divinity School’s program on Soul Repair established by a recent grant from the Lilly Endowment, Inc. They will discuss newly emerging research on moral injury and examine effective strategies for supporting life long recovery, including the importance of ritual and worship practices. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2013
16293 First China Hands: Iberian Visitors to the Ming Empire and the Forgotten Origins of Sinology, The Brockey, Liam 2/24/2010 Liam Brockey is Associate Professor of History, Michigan State University. His research concerns early modern European history, with area of expertise on Portugal and Mariti me Asia and a special focus on Catholic missionaries in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.

17243 Reading by Kevin Brockmeier, A Brockmeier, Kevin 4/21/2012
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2012
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
17225 Writer as Reader, The Brockmeier, Kevin; Pierce, Bethany; Wallace, Carey 4/21/2012 Novice writers typically receive two pieces of advice: write and read. But why read--and how? The authors in this session discuss the importance of reading for their own wri ting. Should writers choose and respond to their reading strategically? How does reading shape habits of thought and craft? How does it inspire writers with ideas and possibilities? Participants will be helped to rethink their reading habits--and maybe g et some good reading recommendations in the process. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2012
5005 End of the Century Appraisal of our Politics and Government, An Broder, David 1/14/1997 lecture on politics and government
Heritage Hall : Available for sale. January Series, 1997
15 Democracy Derailed: Initiative Campaigns and the Power of Money Broder, David 1/10/2001
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Available for sale. January Series, 2001
10704 Do We Really Want a Democracy? Broder, David
#112 DO WE REALLY WANT A DEMOCRACY? Although America is usually called a democracy, it is not a true democracy. We elect representatives to research and choose the best po licies for us. However, there is a growing interest in initiatives, where the citizens vote directly for various laws. But if we can't even choose politicians we like, is the average citizen really equipped to decide on laws with far-reaching consequences ? Join host June Hamersma as she interviews Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and political columnist David Broder.
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Inner Compass
3330 Can America Be Governed? Broder, David 1/17/1994
Heritage Hall : Archive/Unavailable for Dist. Heritage Hall : Available for sale. January Series, 1994
3288 End-of-the-Century Appraisal of our Politics and Government, An Broder, David 1/14/1997
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January Series, 1997
15187 Spoelhof Fieldhouse Complex Dedication Celebratory Banquet Broekhuizen, Elsa Prince
Byker, Gaylen; Van Andel, Glen; Winkle, Aaron
2/20/2009

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research History (college)
5865 Emeritus Professors Broene, A.E.
Vanden Bosch, J.G.
Van Andel, H.J.G.
Drost, K.
Flokstra, L.
Hoekstra, P.
Jellema, W.H.


Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7958 Kathleen Broer, Piano Broer, Kathleen 4/22/1985
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7959 Kathleen Broer, Piano Broer, Kathleen 4/22/1985
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

10196 Rachel Broersma, violin; Kata McWhertor, viola Broersma, Rachel
McWhertor, Kata
3/28/2000 Student recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

10211 Commencement Concert Honoring Seniors Broersma, Rachel; McWhertor, Kata; Porter, Sarah
Pleiman, Rebecca
VanderZwaag, Carrie
Pauley, Cherith Brook
Blasco, Scott
Walker, Heather
Senior Commenceme nt Choir
Hoisington, Linda
5/19/2000 Concert Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Commencement (College)
15282 Pipes Alive! Illuminating the Text, Arousing the Heart Brombaugh, Mark; Nichols, Katheryn 2/5/2001 Plenary Session in Miller chapel

Organ in Christian Worship, The
17633 Molestation: Breaking the Silence Bromley, Nicole 10/21/2012 IC1303
There’s a life-altering trauma that 1 in 5 American children experience, yet it rarely comes up in conversation: molestation. Survivor Nicole Braddock Bromle y started an organization called OneVOICE Enterprises to break the silence in our families and in society. She discusses conversations she has had with hundreds of victims on her speaking tours, and experiences related in her books, including Hush: Moving from Silence to Healing after Childhood Sexual Abuse. Shirley Hoogstra hosts.

Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Inner Compass
16069 New American Culture War, The Brooks, Arthur C. 1/7/2010 Newly appointed president of the American Enterprise Institute, former professor of business and government policy at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizensh ip and Public Affairs. Dr. Brooks' research and writing have investigated the connections between culture, politics, and economic life in America. In the past ten years, he has published five dozen academic articles, scores of magazine and newspaper essay s, and seven books on subjects ranging from the economics of the arts to philanthropy to military operations research. His most recent books are Gross National Happiness, Social Entrepreneurship, and Who Really Cares, which discusses the surprising truth he discovered about compassionate conservatism after years of researching the giving trends in America. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research January Series, 2010
16056 Do We Need Free Enterprise? Brooks, Aurthur
#1015
The US Constitution guarantees a host of freedoms. But as we watch the economic freedom of some people come at the expense of other people, many Americans are won dering if capitalism can exist more fairly. Arthur Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute, suggests who deserves the blame that the free enterprise system gets these days. Karen Saupe hosts.

Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Inner Compass
4959 Readings Brooks, Gwendolyn 1/14/1974
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Interim Lecture Series, 1974
2946 Pilgrimage of Reconciliation, A Brother John 6/6/1984


Ministers' Institute
3731 Jesus, the Pilgrim and the Destination Brother John 6/7/1984
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Ministers' Institute
3729 Faith as Pilgrimage Brother John 6/5/1984
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Ministers' Institute
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
5187 Pilgrimage of Reconciliation, A Brother John 6/6/1984
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Ministers' Institute
5190 Jesus: the Pilgrim and the Destination Brother John 6/7/1984
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Ministers' Institute
2947 Faith as Pilgrimage Brother John 6/5/1984


Miniter's Institute
2948 Jesus, The Pilgrim and the Destination Brother John 6/7/1984


Ministers' Institute
3730 Pilgrimage of Reconciliation, A Brother John 6/6/1984
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Ministers' Institute
5180 Faith and Pilgrimage Brother John 6/5/1984
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Ministers' Institute
3596 Art Department Lecture Broudy, Harold 11/13/1979
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Lecture
10426 Dialogue with Broudy Broudy, Harry


Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
8703 Preaching with Muscle: Adding Content to Your Message (A5) Brouwer, Douglas 1/11/2002 Preaching can be an occasion to add depth and content to a congregation's faith. Discover creative ways to teach Christian doctrine through preaching. Seekers, new believer s, and long-time members ask faith questions that can be occasions for preaching that has substance. Bookstore (college) : No Restriction
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2002
8713 Morning Worship Brouwer, Douglas 1/12/2002
Bookstore (college) : No Restriction
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2002
8716 How to Avoid the "Worship Wars": One Church's Story (B4) Brouwer, Douglas 1/12/2002 A pastor, a music minister, and church members describe the ways they brought the worship life of a traditional church into the 21st century, while keeping the church togeth er. Bookstore (college) : No Restriction
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2002
9280 Kristi Brouwer Brouwer, Kristi
No further information Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

103 Line Between the Popular and the Literary, The Brouwer, Sigmund 3/31/2000
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2000
3211 Writing and Publishing Young Adult Literature Brouwer, Sigmund 4/1/2000


Festival of Faith & Writing, 2000
281 How To Sell Your Writing Brouwer, Sigmund 4/2/1998


Festival of Faith & Writing, 1998
287 Writer of Children's Literature: Getting Published, The Brouwer, Sigmund; Napoli, Donna Jo 4/3/1998


Festival of Faith & Writing, 1998
4960 Discussion with Blodgett Memorial Hospital Nurses Brower, Tony

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

14129 Stories that Preach Brown, Dale 1/26/2007 This workshop will include examples of contemporary short stories from writers such as Flannery O'Connor, Doris Betts, and Raymond Carver. Discussions will center on how the se ostensibly secular stories resonate with New Testament themes and how such stories might be useful to preachers trying to find ways to relate contemporary themes to their listeners. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2007
14119 Navigating Worship Artfully Brown, Frank Burch 1/26/2007 Friday morning plenary. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2007
14111 Beholding to Transforming: Beauty and the Arts Brown, Frank Burch; DeBoer, Lisa; Felch, Susan; Henke, Linda Witte; Jacobsen, Eric; Rienstra, Debra; Smit, Laura; Torgerson, Mark 1/25/2007 New York artist Makoto Fujimura once asked if a tree is more beautiful in full bloom or just as the petals begin to fall when a breeze passes by. What does scripture mean wh en it speaks of beauty? How does this affect our engagement with the arts in worship? Part of our challenge in congregations is that everyone comes to worship with such a different understanding of what is beautiful and how much it really matters. This da y will probe how we might more meaningfully convey the “glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ in this challenging environment. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2007
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
15406 Greg Brown with Dave Zollo: Live at Calvin College Brown, Greg
Zollo, Dave
3/28/2003
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

10882 Dave Zollo & Greg Brown Brown, Greg; Zollo, Dave 3/28/2003 Greg Brown is a Grammy nominated singer/songwriter. His most recent release Milk of the Moon is on Red House Records. Dave Zollo is a singer/songwriter, producer, and owner of Trailer Records. His most recent record is The Big Night. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Festival of Faith & Music, 2003
15415 Jill Marie Brown, Flute Brown, Jill 4/28/2003 Faculty Recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Faculty Recital
7961 Jill Brown, Flute Brown, Jill 11/23/1982
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7960 Jill Brown, Flute Brown, Jill

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

7962 Jill Brown, Flute Brown, Jill 11/23/1982
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

10205 Calvin Flute Choir & Calvin Handbell Choirs Brown, Jill Marie
Van Noord, Nancy
4/29/2000
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

15417 Calvin Flute Choir and Calvin Handbell Ensemble Brown, Jill Marie, conductor
Wiltse, Stephanie, conductor
5/3/2003 Concert Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

8073 Jill Brown, Flute; Debbie Meredith, Piano Brown, Jill; Meredith, Debbie 11/24/1981
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

2547 Bloom Where You're Planted Brown, Lavonn D. 9/4/1984



2549 Will a Man Serve God for Nothing Brown, Lavonn D. 9/6/1984



2548 Come to the Party Brown, Lavonn D. 9/5/1984



2598 On Being All Thing to All Men Brown, Lavonn D. 9/7/1984



4961 WFUR Question hour, hosted by Ronald Brown Brown, Ronald

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

2551 Prayer & Preparation for Expository Preaching Brown, Stephen W. 2/27/1992


Conference on Expository Preaching
11811 Favorite Sermon Illustrations Brown, Stephen W.




2550 Don't Forget the People: The Missing Ingredient in Expository Preaching Brown, Stephen W. 2/27/1992


Conference on Expository Preaching
9006 Theology of Preaching, The Brown, Steve 6/2/1992
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Ministers' Institute
9008 Eschatology of Preaching, The Brown, Steve 6/4/1992
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Ministers' Institute
9007 Methodology of Preaching, The Brown, Steve 6/3/1992
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Ministers' Institute
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
5433 Great Calvin Retirement Video, The Brown, T.; VandeGutche, M.


Heritage Hall : Available for sale.
13629 Making Scripture Come Alive: Through Drama, Oral Interpretation and Song Brown, Tim; Friends of the Groom; Hulst, Mary; Peterson, Eugene; Polman, Bert 1/26/2006 Seminar 2 Host: Bert Polman with Tim Brown, Friends of the Groom, Mary Hulst, Eugene Peterson
The hearing as well as the preaching of God's Word should comfort, challenge , correct, inspire, and deepen the faith and life of God's people. Much time is spent in preparing to preach well, but too often the proclamation of Scripture is among the least prepared and least engaging parts of public worship. This day will explore wa ys of presenting Scripture with excellence and imagination, including reading (and coaching of readers) and reciting, in dramatic forms, and in combining song and speech
None : Not Recorded.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2006
14018 Preaching Luke 15 Brown, Timothy 10/12/2006
Audio-Visual (college) : Available for sale.
Fall Preaching Conference : Thinking Deeply / Preaching Winsomely
14016 From Text to Sermon : Preaching John's Prologue Brown, Timothy 10/12/2006
Audio-Visual (college) : Available for sale.
Fall Preaching Conference : Thinking Deeply / Preaching Winsomely
11889 What Do You Know by Heart? Brown, Timothy 1/30/2004 The people of God have been enjoined "to keep these words . . . in your heart." Why? How? This seminar explores the rationale and the practice of scripture memoriz ation for spiritual formation and the practice of ministry. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2004
12015 Seminar On Preaching and Culture Brown, Timothy 4/20/2004 Tape 1-1:04:53
Tape 2-1:00:37
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10815 Service of Witness to the Resurrection, A Brown, Timothy 1/11/2003
None : Not Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2003
16586 U.S. Slavery in the North Browne, Katrina
Brown, Juanita

When Katrina Browne was 28 years old and in seminary, she learned that her ancestors were the largest slave-trading family in U.S. history. And, they were not from the South ; they had lived in Rhode Island. Katrina wrote to 200 family members, inviting them to explore their family's past. The result: an award-winning documentary, Traces of the Trade, made with co-producer Juanita Brown, who helped plan a journey to Africa fo r the group and facilitate painful conversations about their discoveries. Karen Saupe hosts.
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Inner Compass
1758 Biblical Insights from Habakkuk Scrolls Brownlee, William 2/14/1972



4962 Sanctification Today Brownson, W.C. 6/3/1975
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
CRC Ministers' Institute
18395 18395 - C5: Singing Scripture in Worship for the Non-Liturgical Ty;pes Bruce Benedict 1/31/2014


Symposium on worship 2014
10941 Network Bruce Bugbee

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Church Leadership Conference
6337 Racing Toward the Goal; Relief For our Distress Bruce Leiter 6/26/1988 Two services
1) AM - "Racing Toward the Goal" (Up to 44:00)
2) PM - "Relief For our Distress" (Start from 44:00)
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Plymouth Heights Christian Reformed Church
3513 World Christianity and Literary Theory: The Kenotic Motif in African Theology and the New Historicism Brueck, Katherine 4/27/2001
Bookstore (college) : Archive/Available for Research

2092 Psalm 39 'Voice' as Counter to Violence Brueggeman, Walter



CTS Special Lecture
1759 Battle for the Bible, The: The Crisis of Objectivity (1 of 2) Brueggemann, Walter 12/7/1985



1760 Crisis of Objectivity, The: Energy at Midpoint (2 of 2) Brueggemann, Walter 12/7/1985 1. Lecture 2, Continued (From A1759)
2. Dec.8 Sermon: " Energy at mid-point"



1761 Friday Voice of Faith, The (1 of 2) Brueggemann, Walter 4/22/1993


CTS Special Lecture
1762 Voice as Counter to Violence (2 of 2) Brueggemann, Walter 4/22/1993


CTS Special Lecture
1741 Prerequisites for Genuine Obedience Brueggemann, Walter 4/18/1996


Praise and Lament Conference
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
1742 Biblical Theological Issues of the Lament Brueggemann, Walter and Stek, John 4/20/1996


Praise and Lament Conference
17002 Joys and Challenges of Preaching the Psalms, The Brueggemann, Walter; Adams, Kevin; Hulst, Mary; Labberton, Mark; Nelesen, Marc; Thomas, Frank; Zaki, Anne; Hoezee, Scott 2/26/2012 Preachers know two truths when it comes to the Hebrew Psalms: These ancient poems are among the most familiar parts of the Bible for the people to whom they preach AND those same poems present a peculiar set of challenges for the contemporary preacher. How can the preacher stay true to the original language and setting of these psalms while also making them feel fresh in the twenty-first century? In this seminar Walter Brueg gemann will set the tone in helping preachers ponder the nature of the psalms and in understanding the ways in which these psalms are the vocabulary of human need, articulating the full range of human experience before God as we live in this world. The se minar will feature extended conversations conducted by Marc Nelesen and Kevin Adams as they dialogue with renowned biblical scholar Walter Brueggemann. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2012
3598 Helping the Hungry: A Life Style Response Bruinooge, Michael 11/2/1979
Heritage Hall : Archive/Unavailable for Dist.
Chapel
3597 Helping the Hungry: Goodwill is Not Enough Bruinooge, Michael 11/1/1979
Heritage Hall : Archive/Unavailable for Dist.
Chapel
16128 Matthew's Sermon on the Mount Bruner, Dale 1/29/2010
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2010
16105 Big and Little John: An Overview of Whole Gospel with Special Attention to its Prologue & Epilogue Description Bruner, Dale; Hoezee, Scott 1/28/2010 Seminar 1 Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2010
14017 Text, The : Luke 15 - A Study of the Prodigal Son Bruner, F. Dale 10/12/2006
Audio-Visual (college) : Available for sale.
Fall Preaching Conference : Thinking Deeply / Preaching Winsomely
14015 Text, The : John 1 - A Study of John's Prologue Bruner, F. Dale 10/12/2006
Audio-Visual (college) : Available for sale.
Fall Preaching Conference : Thinking Deeply / Preaching Winsomely
14019 Q&A Session Bruner, F. Dale; Brown, Timothy 10/12/2006
Audio-Visual (college) : Available for sale.
Fall Preaching Conference : Thinking Deeply / Preaching Winsomely
17103 Adventure of Biblical Interpretation, The Bruner, Frederick Dale 7/20/2011


Seminars at Calvin
15999 Fix Your Eyes On… Brusvoort, Crystal; Velgersdyk, Corey 4/22/2009 Honors Convocation is a celebration of achievement for the Dean's List Students and Honors Graduates. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Honors Convocation
4958 Apartheid in South Africa Brutus, Dennis 5/2/1978
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Lecture
8733 Renewing the Heart: Preparing and Restoring the Soul of the Worship Leader (D15) Bruxvoort, Carl; Smith, Reggie; Van Gunst, Amy 1/12/2002 A panel discussion exploring the challenges and various means of nurturing the worship leader. Bookstore (college) : No Restriction
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2002
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
79 Deep Like the Rivers: African American Poetry and Spirituals and African Tales Bryan, Ashley 4/1/2000
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Festival of Faith & Writing, 2000
11964 Tender Bridge, A: Black American Poetry and Spirituals and African Folktales Bryan, Ashley 4/22/2004 A discussion of how Black American spirituals and poetry, as performance art, inspire Bryan’s approach to the oral tradition in his retelling of African tales.< /TD> None : Not Recorded.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2004
10414 Deep Like the Rivers: Black American Poetry and Spirituals and African Folktales Bryan, Ashley 4/20/2002 The painter and poet performs the powerful and formative interactions of spirituals and African folktales, demonstrating the ways in which they have come into his own work, and the work of other poets and writers for children. Bookstore (college) : No Restriction
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95 Presence of the Spiritual in Children's Literature, The Bryan, Ashley; Hertenstein, Jane; McKissack, Fred; McKissack, Patriciaf 3/31/2000
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123 Retelling a Biblical Tale for Children Bryan, Ashley; LeTord, Bijou; McKissack, Frederick; McKissack, Patricia; Sasso, Sandy 3/30/2000
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10710 Trying Juveniles As Adults Bryant, James; Fenske, Matthew;
#118 TRYING JUVENILES AS ADULTS Kids aren't allowed to drive, marry, vote, or drink because we don't think they understand these responsibilities well enough. At what age a re they able to grasp the weight of their actions? Last year in the U.S. 200,000 juveniles were tried as adults. Is this a good result of legislatures getting tough on crime, or a disaster of misdirected retribution? A judge, probation officer, and detent ion center officer describe what they've come to believe in their years of working with young lawbreakers. Judge Patricia Gardner, Kent County Family Court, James Bryant, Kent County Detention Facility, Matthew Fenske, Kent County Community Probation Pro gram
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Inner Compass
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
3599 Is the Bible Scientifically True? Bube, Richard 5/7/1981
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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
78 What Does it Take to Get a Children's Book Published Anyway?: A Conversation Buckley, Virginia; Bui, Franciose 4/1/2000
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13838 I like This, But Buckley, Virginia; Hettinga, Don; Schmidt, Gary 4/21/2006


Festival of Faith & Writing, 2006
105 Writer, the Editor, and the Book: Relationships Buckley, Virginia; Schmidt, Gary 3/31/2000
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Festival of Faith & Writing, 2000
3270 Apostles of Common Grace Budziszewski, J. 11/17/1997 Innaugural address and charge to the Henry Institute Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Henry Institute
11402 What We Can't Not Know: What is the Natural Law and Why Should Anyone Care? Budziszewski, J. 7/23/2003
Bookstore (college) : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Seminars in Christian Scholarship
12080 Natural, the Connatural, and the Unnatural, The Budziszewski, J. 5/14/2004
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Written on the Heart: The Tradition of Natural Law
12018 Book of the Quarter Discussion Buechner, Frederick 4/22/2004
Bookstore(college) : Available for sale.

3397 Religion and Art Buechner, Frederick 4/29/1992
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Wiersma Memorial Lecture
12002 Career Reflections Buechner, Frederick 4/24/2004 After serving in World War II, studying at Princeton University and Union Theological Seminary, writing four novels, and teaching and preaching at Exeter Academy in New Hamp shire, Frederick Buechner began writing full time in 1967. Since the publication of his first novel, A Long Day's Dying, Buechner has published more than 30 books of fiction and non-fiction including Godric; Telling The Truth: the Gospel as Tragedy, Comed y, and Fairy Tale; On the Road with the Archangel; Wishful Thinking: a Theological ABC; and The Sacred Journey. Among his honors are a Pulitzer Prize nomination for Godric and a National Book Award nomination for Lion Country. Buechner's latest title is S peak What We Feel Not What We Ought to Say: Reflections on Literature and Faith. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Festival of Faith & Writing, 2004
93 Coming Directions in Children's Literature Bui, Francoise; Cavanaugh, Nancy; Dailey, Dan; Yolen, Jane 3/31/2000
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3600 Hanging Tough with Joy Buining, Rodger J 6/14/1987
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Sermons
16009 Collision of Social Media and the Art World, The Buist, Kevin 9/30/2009 Kevin Buist, Director of Artist Relations for ArtPrize [www.artprize.org], 2009, speaks on the collision of social media and the art world. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.

3233 Reader's Role in Writing, The Bullock, Kurt; Jensen, Steven; Brownlee, James; Van Rys, John 4/11/1996


Festival of Faith & Writing, 1996
4809 Remembering the Story: The History of Calvin College Bult, Conrad J.; De Wit, Henry; Hofman, Tymen; Knoppers, Annelies; Sinke, Carl; Spoelhof, William; Tiemersma, Richard; Van Der Weele, Steve; Vos, Louis 9/28/1989 Calvin College retirees and friends Steve Van Der Weele, Annelies Knoppers, Conrad J. Bult, Carl Sinke, Louis Vos, Henry De Wit, William Spoelhof, Richard Tiemersma, and Tym en Hofman share their Calvin College events & experiences.
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5006 Retirement Video with Airband Apperances Bult, Conrad John
Pictures of Bult growing up, Bult playing Indiana Jones, and "lightning bolt", the superhero who protects Calvin
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7964 Beth Bultema, Senior Flute Recital, 1 of 2 Bultema, Beth 2/24/1982
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7965 Beth Bultema, Senior Flute Recital, 2 of 2 Bultema, Beth 2/24/1982
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7963 Beth Bultema, Flute; Crystal Jonkman, Organ Bultema, Beth; Jonkman, Crystal 4/14/1981
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Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
8020 Karsten Bultema Bultema, Karsten 4/28/1980
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8021 Karsten Bultema Bultema, Karsten 4/28/1980
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9435 Glen Bulthuis Bulthuis, Glen 4/9/1994 2 tapes. See also HHDAT0191, 4/8 performance Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

9434 Glen Bulthuis Bulthuis, Glen 4/8/1994 2 tapes. See also HHDAT0192. Heritage Hall : No Restriction

8442 Glenn Bulthuis, 4 of 5 Bulthuis, Glenn 5/11/1985
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8441 Glenn Bulthuis, 3 of 5 Bulthuis, Glenn 5/11/1985
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8439 Glenn Bulthuis, 1 of 5 Bulthuis, Glenn 5/11/1985
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6238 Bulthuis Concert in the Gezon Bulthuis, Glenn 9/29/1990
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8440 Glenn Bulthuis, 2 of 5 Bulthuis, Glenn 5/11/1985
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8443 Glenn Bulthuis, 5 of 5 Bulthuis, Glenn 5/11/1985
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8438 Glenn Bulthuis, 5 of 5 Bulthuis, Glenn 5/10/1985
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8445 Glenn Bulthuis, 2 of 5 Bulthuis, Glenn 4/25/1986
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8432 Glenn Bulthuis, 5 of 5 Bulthuis, Glenn 5/2/1987
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8446 Glenn Bulthuis, 3 of 5 Bulthuis, Glenn 4/25/1986
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8448 Glenn Bulthuis, 5 of 5 Bulthuis, Glenn 4/25/1986
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8449 Glenn Bulthuis, 1 of 5 Bulthuis, Glenn 4/26/1986
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8444 Glenn Bulthuis, 1 of 5 Bulthuis, Glenn 4/25/1986
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8430 Glenn Bulthuis, 3 of 5 Bulthuis, Glenn 5/2/1987
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16022 25 year Reunion Event - Class of 1984 Bulthuis, Glenn 10/24/2009

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15766 Glenn Bulthuis, 1989 Bulthuis, Glenn 5/5/1989 Also 5/6/89. Reels of both nights, total 5 reels. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

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15776 Glenn Bulthuis Bulthuis, Glenn 6/21/2000
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15667 Glenn Bulthuis Production Videos Bulthuis, Glenn
21 production videos made for Glenn Bulthuis concerts from 1984 - 1999, incomplete. (Not available for distribution to the public due to copyright restrictions of included m usic.)
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15661 Bulthuis CD Project Bulthuis, Glenn
1 God is in Control; 2 My Little Boy; 3 Dorm Tune; 4 Lonely Planet; 5 Blueberry Pie; 6 We are Planets; 7 Calvin Girl; 8 Oh so nice; 9 Ya Bu Da Bu Do; 10 It Happened Again; 1 1 Heavy Metal Melody; 12 Son Song; 13 Jana Lynn; 14 If We Have Not Love Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

8434 Glenn Bulthuis, 1 of 5 Bulthuis, Glenn 5/10/1985
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8429 Glenn Bulthuis, 2 of 5 Bulthuis, Glenn 5/2/1987
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8437 Glenn Bulthuis, 4 of 5 Bulthuis, Glenn 5/10/1985
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8431 Glenn Bulthuis, 4 of 5 Bulthuis, Glenn 5/2/1987
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8447 Glenn Bulthuis, 4 of 5 Bulthuis, Glenn 4/25/1986
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8433 Glenn Bulthuis, 1 of 4 Bulthuis, Glenn 4/28/1984
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8450 Glenn Bulthuis, 2 of 5 Bulthuis, Glenn 4/26/1986
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8435 Glenn Bulthuis, 2 of 5 Bulthuis, Glenn 5/10/1985
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8436 Glenn Bulthuis, 3 of 5 Bulthuis, Glenn 5/10/1985
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8428 Glenn Bulthuis, 1 of 5 Bulthuis, Glenn 5/2/1987
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10059 Glenn Bulthuis Bulthuis, Glenn 4/25/1998 Concert Technical Services : Not Available

8451 Glenn Bulthuis, 3 of 5 Bulthuis, Glenn 4/26/1986
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10213 Glenn Bulthuis Bulthuis, Glenn 6/21/2000 Concert Technical Services : Not Available

4815 Glenn Bulthuis Concert Bulthuis, Glenn 5/2/1987

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4604 Graduation Day Bulthuis, Glenn 5/20/1996 Senior Breakfast Video
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4966 Untitled Bulthuis, Glenn 4/21/1977
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13396 Glenn Bulthuis Bulthuis, Glenn 4/28/1998
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Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
17067 Glenn Bulthuis and the Tonedeafs Bulthuis, Glenn


None : Not Available for sale.
4990 Glenn Bulthuis 1988 Bulthuis, Glenn




8453 Glenn Bulthuis. 5 of 5 Bulthuis, Glenn 4/26/1986
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

10154 Glenn Bulthuis Bulthuis, Glenn 4/24/1999 Concert Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

4814 Glenn Bulthuis Concert Bulthuis, Glenn 5/2/1986 "Glenny X" theme.
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Portable Calvin Series
8452 Glenn Bulthuis, 4 of 5 Bulthuis, Glenn 4/26/1986
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4967 Misled Bulthuis, Glenn 4/26/1980
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Record
6240 Glenn Bulthuis and the TONEDEAFS 1988 Bulthuis, Glenn, and Tonedeafs, The 4/30/1988

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6766 Kyle Bultman Session Bultman, Kyle 2/18/1992
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16663 Air Traffic Control 101 Buma, Craig 9/23/2010
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Noontime Series
106 Religious Publishing at the Turn of the Millennium Bunch-Hotaling, Cindy; Donigian, George; Egnotovich, Stephanie; Fretz, Mark; Hosack, Robert; Matlins, Stuart; Wilt, Michael 3/31/2000
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2000
3213 Nuts and Bolts: What Happens to Your Manuscript? Bunch-Hotaling, Cynthia; Pott, Jon; Fisher, Allen 4/11/1996
Heritage Hall : No Restriction None : Not Recorded. Festival of Faith & Writing, 1996
14283 Night with Sietze Buning, A Buning, Sietze 4/13/2007 The regular Wiersma lecture at Calvin College will take on a slightly different format for 2007 as several of Wiersma's former friends and collegues present an evening of re adings from his best work.

Wiersma was a former Calvin College English professor and prolific author who penned often autobiographical writings under the nom de plume Sietze Buning.

Thus on April 13, at 7:30 pm in the Chapel at Calvin Theolo gical Seminary there will be "An Evening with Sietze Buning," what is being billed as a free evening of entertainment and enlightenment.

A colorful cast of dramatic readers will present the best of Buning's "Purpaleanie" and &qu ot;Style and Class." The event will be followed by a social hour with refreshments and it is sponsored by the Wiersma Literary Endowment.
Read a well-known Buning poem »

Wiersma, who was known for his poetry, and for his encouragement of young Christian authors, died suddenly in 1986 while on sabbatical in the Netherlands. The Wiersma Literary Endowment was established by Wiersma family and friends in 1988 to encourage Christians in the reading, writing and publication of excellent lit erature.

Friends of Wiersma say the endowment was set up not only to honor him, but also to perpetuate the kind of conversations he would have enjoyed.
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Wiersma Memorial Lecture
14688 Telling a Good Story Bunn, Davis 4/19/2008 Good storytelling is at the heart of any successful novel. Bunn talks about why writers should pay more attention to the basics of storytelling—and how they can make t heir stories more compelling. Festival Faith & Writing Ofc. : Available with permission.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2008
14663 Critical Elements of Commerical Fiction, or, Things I Wish I Had Known Starting Out Bunn, Davis 4/18/2008 In his own work, and in his work with new authors, Bunn has identified key elements that often act as roadblocks to commercial success. In this session he examines several o f these in detail and outlines some possible means of overcoming them. Festival Faith & Writing Ofc. : Available with permission.
Festival of Faith & Writing, 2008
14123 Helping Children Worship Burger, Steve 1/26/2007 Who is worship for? Can the generations really worship together? How can worship be meaningful to both children and adults? A workshop which offers practical ways parents an d the church can partner together to help engage children in worship.
Note: this recording is incomplete.
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Symposium on Worship, 2007
14137 Helping Families Grow Closer to God: Worship Beyond Sunday Morning Burger, Steve 1/26/2007 How do we find God outside of the sanctuary? Do we have to wait for teachable moments? Can we worship God in the midst of the noise? What does worship look like beyond Sunda y morning? A practical and formational approach to helping families find and worship God throughout life. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2007
14147 Worship with the Least of These Burger, Steve; Cornelison, Joan; Schuringa, David; Smith, Kathy 1/26/2007 Jesus described our actions toward 'the least of those brothers and sisters of mine' (Matt. 25:40) as ministering to Jesus himself. He even said when he returns in his glor y, the way we have dealt with those in need will have eternal significance. Many churches have developed important ministries, but how are those ministries connected to communal worship? This panel discussion offers ideas and resources so that the whole c ommunity in worship can better minister to our children, those who are disabled, and those brothers and sisters who are not present with us because they are in prison. Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship, 2007
6799 Michael Burgess, Voice Recital Burgess, Michael 4/28/1992
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Senior Recital
6798 Michael Burgess, Voice Recital Burgess, Michael 4/28/1992
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Senior Recital
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
6635 Michael Burgess; Matthew McMann Burgess, Michael
McMann, Matthew
11/16/1990
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6634 Michael Burgess; Matthew McMann Burgess, Michael
McMann, Matthew
11/16/1990
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6633 Michael Burgess; Matthew McMann Burgess, Michael
McMann, Matthew
11/16/1990
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9423 Anne Buritt Buritt, Anne 2/3/1994 Recording Session Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

4968 Christian College, The Burkholder, J. Lawrence 1/11/1983
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Interim Lecture Series, 1983
3601 Christian College -- Prophet or Priest?, The Burkholder, J. Lawrence 1/11/1983
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Interim Lecture Series, 1983
10504 Self-Construction Through Consumption Activities Burns, David 5/22/2002
Bookstore (college) : No Restrictions None : Not Available Loss of the Self in a Postmodern Therapeutic Culture
1887 Workshop on Youth Ministries Burns, Ridge 5/8/1992 Tape 1-1:24:45
Tape 2-1:05:47
Tape 3-1:02:26
Tape 4- 55:14



6848 Annie Burrit recording session Burrit, Annie 3/2/1993
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16026 Effects of Casual Sex on the Brain, The Bush, Freda 10/20/2009 New research reveals that sexual activity has a biological and chemical impact on the brain. Dr Freda Bush discusses these dramatic findings and how they prove materially th at sexual behavior has far-reaching effects on how we think and feel. Dr.Bush is an OB/GYN who shares from over 40 years of experience in sexual health on how to cultivate relationships around values that build productive lives. She is co-author of the bo ok "Hooked: New Science on How Casual Sex is Affecting Our Children." Campus Store (college) : Available for sale.
Sexuality Series
12714 Calvin College Commencement, 2005 Bush, George W. 5/21/2005 Commencement address by George W. Bush, President of the United States. Distinguished Alumni Awards to Edwin J. Bos and Carol J. Younkers Bos, and to Richard J. Katte. Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Commencement (College)
16709 Preaching at Funerals of Children and Youth Bush, Michael 1/28/2011 Few preaching challenges are more daunting than the funeral of someone whose life feels incomplete. How do you celebrate a life of a young person in a sermon, when everyone present feels shocked and hollow? How does the preacher avoid making things worse for those who are grieving? This session will explore these questions and others, looking at the sermons in This Incomplete One: Words Occasioned by the Death of a Young Per son. None : Not Recorded.
Symposium on Worship, 2011
15935 Barbara Busman, pianist Busman, Barbara

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7967 Barbara Busman, Piano; Joan Ringerwole, Organist, 2 of 2 Busman, Barbara; Ringerwole, Joan 4/27/1963
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7966 Barbara Busman, Piano; Joan Ringerwole, Organist, 1 of 2 Busman, Barbara; Ringerwole, Joan 4/27/1963
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2211 Zurich Reformer's Conribution to Political Thought, The Busser, Fritz 3/3/1988


CTS/Meeter Center Lecture
14831 James Buswell, Violinist Buswell, James 10/21/1997
Heritage Hall : Available for sale.
Evenings in the Chapel
140 Contemporary Music, Traditional Structures Butin, Phil; Eisenhour, Debi 1/15/2000 [Many Symposium on Worship recordings are available at: http://www.worshipsymposium.org/past/] Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2000
156 Mastering the Grind Butin, Phil; Eisenhour, Debi 1/15/2000
Heritage Hall : No Restriction
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2000
10773 View from the Big House: Nuns and Prisoners in the American West, The Butler, Anne 10/28/2002 The lecture features slides, and includes audience questions and discussion. It should appeal to those interested in the American West, Christianity in America, and gender s tudies. Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Mellema Lectures
Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
14618 Healing For A Broken World Butler, Jennifer; Cizik, Richard; DiIulio, John;
Monsma, Steve; Mouw, Richard; Seiple, Robert
3/1/2008 Many Christian desire to act as responsible citizens, but are uncertain how to do so in a truly Christian manner. This video series, consisting of 12 ten-minute segments, wi ll help.
It uses concrete, real-world examples to explore basic biblical principles for guiding our responses to often difficult public policy issues such as poverty, terrorism, and AIDS in Africa.
It is based on Stev e Monsma’s book, Healing For A Broken World: Christian Perspectives on Public Policy and can be used either alone, or in conjunction with the book. Though primarily intended for class and church group discussion, the video series is also valuable fo r individual reflection and growth.
This video features Richard Mouw, President of Fuller Theological Seminary. Many other Christian Scholars and public policy experts are also featured, such as Richard Cizik, John Dilulio, Robert Seipl e, and Jennifer Butler. Everyday Christians also share their stories and perspectives. A study guide is included. It includes for each of the 12 video segments a brief explanation of its central theme, an outline of it, and questions to stimulate discussi on and reflection.

The 12 segments in this video series are as follows:
-Thinking about Public Policy: Our Starting Point
-Creation, Sin, and Redemption
-Justice
-Solidarity
-Civic Society
-Church and State
-Life Issues
-Pov erty
-Caring for God’s Creation
-Violation of Human Rights
-Africa
-War and Terrorism
DVD video approx. 120 minutes, 16:9 aspect ratio
Dolby Digital 2.0 English audio, with English subtitles

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91 Youth Crime Prevention: Church and Family Responses - Session 5 Butler, Robert; Helder, Karen; Roads, Cliff; Clark-Davis, Valerie 2/24/2001
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Youth Crime Conference 2001
17511 Community Voices Buursma, Ben 2/24/2010 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
3602 Big Chill: God, the Church, and a Backward Glance, The Buursma, Bruce 1/20/1984
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Interim Lecture Series, 1984
11524 Learning Disabled or Lazy? Buursma, Debra; Stegink, Phil 9/19/2003 #401 LEARNING DISABLED OR LAZY?
Some people seem to think the initials "LD" stand for "lazy & dumb." Others say there is no such thing as a lazy c hild when it comes to learning. But there are plenty of students who try to hide their disabilities. Phil Stegink of the Christian Learning Center and Debra Buursma of the Calvin education dept. tell host Shirley Hoogstra how children are mislabeled and m isunderstood, the calling of educators, and what the federal role should be.

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Inner Compass
16899 God’s Mysterious Plans Buursma, Randy 9/25/2011 LOFT (Living Our Faith Together) is a worship service that meets in the Calvin College Chapel on Sunday evenings during the academic year. 1 Samuel 17
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. LOFT (Living Our Faith Together)
15065 Drama of Liturgy, The Buursma, Randy 1/30/2009 What role can drama play in the various elements of liturgy? Drama has been used to introduce sermon topics or themes of worship. We will explore how drama can enhance the call to worship, confession and assurance, proclaiming the word, offering, and sacraments. None : Not Recorded. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Symposium on Worship, 2009
15040 They Weren't People of the Book: Finding Jesus' Oral Culture in a Post-literate World Buursma, Randy; Dewey, Dennis 1/29/2009 In this age that many call post-literate, it's helpful for us to remember that Jesus never wrote a book. The storyteller who is the pioneer and perfecter of our faith learne d what we call "scripture" (writing) as sound and breath. Because digital culture is secondarily oral, we have much to learn from those who thought of themselves more as "people of the story" than as "people of the book." Thi s workshop will challenge fundamental assumptions about the Bible and the biases of the high-literate academy in studying scripture as a document. The seminar will explore techniques for getting the text off the page, into the heart and out of the mouth.< /FONT> None : Not Recorded.
Symposium on Worship, 2009
14300 Staff Recognition 2007 Buursma, Randy; Van Til, Mary Beth 5/22/2007 Staff Appreciation Event
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
12414 Lykwols- It wurd fan Gods Oerwinning Buursma, W.D. 5/21/1995
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2805 Law, Justice and Urban Life Buzzard, Lynn; Hogren, Charles



S.C.U.P.E. 1978
12468 Worship and Theology in Harmony Byars, Ronald; Dyrness, William A.; Moore-Keish, Martha; Stubbs, David; Van Dyk, Leanne; Witvliet, John 1/27/2005 Ronald Byars is professor of preaching and worship at Union Theological Seminary & Presbyterian School of Christian Education in Richmond, Virginia. A Presbyterian pasto r for more than three decades in Michigan and Kentucky, Byars’ primary interest is in the recovery of Word and Sacrament as the norm for Lord’s Day worship. He is the author of Christian Worship: Glorifying and Enjoying God (Geneva, 2000), and of The Future of Protestant Worship: Beyond the Worship Wars (Westminster John Knox, 2002). Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Symposium on Worship & the Arts, 2005
3772 Death of a Child: Meaningful Ministering Bydalek, Joal 6/2/1987
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Ministers' Institute
15609 Devin Byker, baritone; Ashley Mulder, soprano Byker, Devon; Mulder, Ashley; Bays, Jan; Hoisington, Linda 4/14/2007 Student Recital Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
Student Recital
15576 Convocation 2006 Byker, Dr. Gaylen 9/5/2006 Convocation Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research

3282 Financial Structures for Third World Economic Development Byker, G.

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Business 1997
15190 Spoelhof Fieldhouse Complex Time Capsule Ceremony Byker, Galyen 2/20/2009 Donors add contents to the time capsule planted near the SFC at the deditcation.
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14844 Convocation 2008 Byker, Gaylen 9/8/2008
Campus Store (college) : Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Convocation (Opening & Honors)
14324 Campaign for Calvin College: Table Host Orientation Byker, Gaylen 6/4/2007 Orientation training meeting for table hosts.
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14301 Spoelhof Fieldhouse Complex Construction Launch Celebration Byker, Gaylen 5/4/2007 A celebration of thanks for God's goodness to Calvin College and to officially mark the launch of the construction of the new Spoelhof Fieldhouse Complex.
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Item #Program TitleSpeakerDateDescriptionAudio DistributorVideo DistributorEvent Name
216 Sober Self-Esteem Byker, Gaylen 9/8/1997 The opening convocation address for the 1997-1998 school year. "Habits of the Mind" series, part 3.

Convocation 1997
14055 Health & Wellness Event Byker, Gaylen 11/10/2006

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
14003 Opening Convocation 2006 Byker, Gaylen

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Convocation (Opening & Honors)
14578 Presidential Award for Exemplary Teaching, The Byker, Gaylen


Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research
13695 Airband 2002: Breaking Through Byker Byker, Gaylen
Available to participants only.
The President's office entry into the Airband Event.

Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Airband
3299 Entrepreneur as College President, The Byker, Gaylen 1/4/1996
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research Heritage Hall : Available for sale. January Series, 1996
12281 Convocation 2004 Byker, Gaylen 9/7/2004 Academia Coram Deo (Academia before the face of God). Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Convocation (Opening & Honors)
11469 Opening Convocation, 2003 Byker, Gaylen 9/8/2003 Opening day commencement Bookstore (college) : Available for sale.
Convocation (Opening & Honors)
11306 Gaylen Byker Faculty Forum Byker, Gaylen 1/12/1995 Pres. Byker answers questions from the crowd
Heritage Hall : Archive/Available for Research History (college)
4997 Gaylen Byker Byker, Gaylen


Heritage Hall : Available for sale. Calvin Forum
5007 Faculty Forum Byker, Gaylen 1/12/1995 lecture by Pres. Byker
Heritage Hall : Available for sale.
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).
Limited Distribution Copy only for participants
None : Not Available for sale. Heritage Hall : Available with permission. Airband
16391 Annual Fund Dessert Reception</