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Recent Publications, Presentations, and Other Accomplishments

The following are results from Summer Seminars or Conferences. Updated 11/1/2012.

Recent Publications

Althouse, Peter. “Godly Love, Kenosis and the Imago Dei: Contributions of Christology to the Study of Godly Love,” The Study of Godly Love: Interdisciplinary Approaches, Amos Yong and Matthew Lee, eds., (forthcoming 2012).

Armstrong, Christopher. Getting Medieval: With a Little Help from C S Lewis and Friends. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books, forthcoming, 2013.
Fruit from 2010 “Seven Deadly Sins” Seminar.

Astapov, Sergey. “The Doctrine of Predestination as a Factor of Confessional Differences in Christianity”. Culture and Religion. in Russian, vol. 2 (06), 2012.
Fruit from 2011 “Philosophy of Religion” Seminar.

Bakker, Janel Kragt. “Molding Mission: Collective Action Frames and Sister Church Participation.” Review of Faith and International Affairs 9, no. 3 (2011): 11-20.
Fruit from 2010 “Faith and Globalization” Seminar.

Blum, Edward J. & Harvey, Paul. The Color of Christ: The Son of God and the Saga of Race in America. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, forthcoming 2012
Fruit from 2010 “Religion, War, and the Meaning of America” Seminar.

Blum, Edward J. “‘Look, Baby, We Got Jesus on Our Flag’: Robust Democracy and Religious Debate from the Era of Slavery to the Age of Obama,” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, special edition on “Race, Religion, and Late Democracy,” 637 (September 2011): 17-37.
Fruit from 2010 “Religion, War, and the Meaning of America” Seminar.

Brice, Tanya. “Race and the church: A conversation with Tanya Smith Brice”. The Christian Chronicle. March 2011.
Fruit from 2010 “The Power of Race in American Religion” Seminar.

Bruner, Frederick Dale. The Gospel of John: A Commentary. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2012.
Fruit from “From Text to Sermon” Seminar.

Campbell, George Van Pelt, "Resisting Religious Violence with Religious Resources: The Case of Christianity." The Review of Faith & International Affairs, 2011.

Campbell, Heidi. “Understanding the Relationship between Religion Online and Offline in a Networked Society.” Journal of the American Academy of Religion. 80.1 (2012): 64-93.
Fruit from 2010 “Faith and Globalization” Seminar.

Case, Jay. "An Unpredictable Gospel: American Evangelicals and World Christianity, 1812-1920",
(Oxford University Press, 2011).

Cherenkov, Mykhailo. “The prospects of Theological Philosophical Dialogue.” Post Soviet Protestantism Sententiae. XXV (No. 2 - 2011): 153-174.
Fruit from 2011 “Philosophy of Religion” Seminar.

Cherenkov, Mykhailo. “Protestant Theology and Philosophy of Religion: Meeting at the Borders” (Mykhailo Cherenkov. Baptism without quotes. Essays on Future of Evangelical Movement. - Cherkassy: Colloquium. (2012): 198-211.
Fruit from 2011 “Philosophy of Religion” Seminar.

Coffman, Elesha. The Christian Century and the Rise of the Protestant Mainline. Oxford University Press forthcoming, 2013.
Fruit from 2010 Communitas Program.

Colón, Susan E. "'This twittering world': T. S. Eliot and Acedia." Religion and Literature 43.2 (2011): 69-90.
Fruit from 2010 “Seven Deadly Sins” Seminar.

Denysenko, Anatoliy. “Who is (still) afraid of postmodernism?” Relіgієznavchі studії .  Zhovtnya 31 2011.
Fruit from 2011 “Philosophy of Religion” Seminar.

Denysenko, Anatoliy. "The mission of Radical Orthodoxy as a theological deconstruction of the term "secular". Ukrainian Christian Journal. 2012.
Fruit from 2011 “Philosophy of Religion” Seminar.

Hampton, Barbara. "Free to be Muslim-American: Community, Gender, and Identity in Once in a Promised Land, The Taqwacores, and The Girl in the Tangerine Scarf", The Christian Scholars Review (Spring 2011).

Hansen, Kim. Military Chaplains and Religious Diversity. Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
Fruit from 2010 “Religion, War, and the Meaning of America” Seminar.

Harlow, Luke E. "The Religion of Proslavery Unionism: Kentucky Whites on the Eve of Civil War." Register of the Kentucky Historical Society (forthcoming, 2012).
Fruit from 2010 “Power of Race” Seminar.

Harper, Matt J. Zacharias. "Emancipation and African American Millennialism in the Civil War Era", Apocalypse and the Millennium: Providential Religion in the Era of the Civil War (forthcoming, LSU Press).
Fruit from 2010 seminar, "Religion, War, and the Meaning of America".

Issel, William. Church and State in the City: Catholics, Politics, and the Public Interest in 20th Century San Francisco. Temple University Press.  forthcoming, 2012.
Fruit from 2010 “Religion, War, and the Meaning of America” Seminar.

Johnson, Karen J. “What You Do to the Least of These: The Limits and Possibilities of Catholic Interracialism in the Depression and World War II Eras,” in Christians and the Color Line: Race and Religion after Divided by Faith, ed. J. Russell Hawkins and Philip Luke Sintiere (under consideration at Oxford University Press).
Fruit from 2010 “The Power of Race in American Religion” Seminar.

Kidd, Thomas S. God of Liberty: A Religious History of the American Revolution. Basic Books, 2010.
Fruit from 2010 “Religion, War, and the Meaning of America” Seminar.

Kirk, Martha Ann. Growing Seeds of Peace: Stories and Images of Service of the Gülen Movement in Southeastern Turkey. Gulen Institute, 2012.
Fruit from 2008 “Being Muslin in the United States” Seminar.

Kirk, Martha Ann. Hope and Healing: Stories from Northern Iraq Where Persons Inspired by Fethullah Gülen Have Been Serving. Houston: Gülen Institute University of Houston, 2011.

Kirk, Martha Ann. "Los Seises," "Dance of Death," "Feast of Fools," "Isadora Duncan," and "Martha Graham" New Catholic Encyclopedia Supplement 2011, ed. Robert L. Fastiggi. Farmington Hills, MI: Gale Cengage Learning, 2011.
Fruit from 2010 “Case Studies from the History of Worship: Prospects for Research and Pedagogy in a Variety of Theological Disciplines” Seminar.

Kiryanov, Dmirty. “Evolutional Biology and Foundations of Ethics,” European Journal of Science and Theology. 7.3 (2011) 13-27.
Fruit from 2011 “Philosophy of Religion” Seminar.

Kiryanov, Dmitry. “Science and Religion: Multiplicity of Methodological Approaches,” Works of Tobolsk Orthodox Theological Seminary. V. 2. (2011) 117-135.
Fruit from 2011 “Philosophy of Religion” Seminar.

Kiryanov, Dmitry V. “Philosophical and Theological Aspects of Neurobiological Investigations” Scientific Tobolsk – 2011: Materials of VIII All-Russian Scientific Conference. Tobolsk, (2011) 155-158.
Fruit from 2011 “Philosophy of Religion” Seminar.

Kiryanov, Dmitry, “Natural Theology in the Patristic Tradition and Modern Problems of the Dialogue between Science and Religion” Studies in Science and Theology. Yearbook of European Society for the Study of Science and Theology. Vol. 13. (2012) 57-67.
Fruit from 2011 “Philosophy of Religion” Seminar.

Kiryanov Dmitry V. “Philosophical Asking about God: Bernard Lonergan’s Approach” Bulletin of Orel State University, 2:22 (2012) 221-225.
Fruit from 2011 “Philosophy of Religion” Seminar.

Kiryanov Dmitry V. “Science and Religion in B. Lonergan’s Theology” Bulletin of Orel State University, 3:23 (2012).
Fruit from 2011 “Philosophy of Religion” Seminar.

Kruschwitz, Robert B. “Thomas Aquinas: On Evil.” Finding a Common Thread: Reading Great Texts from Homer to O’Connor . Ed. Robert C. Roberts, Scott H. Moore, and Donald D. Schmeltekopf. St. Augustine’s Press, 2012.
Fruit from 2010 “Seven Deadly Sins (Capital Vices) in the Christian Tradition” Seminar.

Kruschwitz, Robert B. “Gluttony and Abstinence,” Virtues and Their Vices. Eds. Kevin Timpe and Craig Boyd. Oxford University Press, forthcoming.
Fruit from 2010 “Seven Deadly Sins (Capital Vices) in the Christian Tradition” Seminar.

Lam, Maria Lai-Ling. “A Best Practice of Corporate Social Responsibility: Going Beyond Words on a Page and a Check.” Psychology of Social Responsibility. New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2012.
Fruit from 2010 “Faith and Globalization” Seminar

Lam, Maria Lai-Ling. “An alternative paradigm for managing sustainability in the global supply chain.” International Journal of Social Ecology and Sustainable Development. Forthcoming 2012.
Fruit from 2010 “Faith and Globalization” Seminar

Lam, Maria Lai-Ling. “Successful Strategies for Sustainability of Foreign Multinational Enterprises in China.” The Journal of International Business Research and Practice  5 (2011):  8-100.
Fruit from 2010 “Faith and Globalization” Seminar

Lam, Maria Lai-Ling. “Becoming Corporate Social Responsible Multinational Enterprises in China.” The Journal of international Business Research and Practice 5 (2011): 47-61.
Fruit from 2010 “Faith and Globalization” Seminar

Lam, Maria Lai-Ling. “Challenges of sustainable environmental programs of foreign multinational enterprises in China.” Management Research Review 34.11 (2011):  1153-1168.
Fruit from 2010 “Faith and Globalization” Seminar

Lam, Maria Lai-Ling. “Successful Strategies for Sustainability in China and the Global Market Economy.” International Journal of Sustainable Development. 2011. Vol. 3, No. 1, 73-90.
Fruit from 2010 “Faith and Globalization” Seminar

Lam, Maria Lai-Ling. “Beyond Legal Compliance: Toward Better Corporate Citizenship of Foreign Multinational Enterprises in China.” The Journal of Biblical Integration in Business 13 (2010) 100-109.
Fruit from 2010 “Faith and Globalization” Seminar

Lam, Maria Lai-Ling. “Political Implications of the Corporate Social Responsibility Movement in China.” The Journal of International Business Research and Practice (JIBRP) 4 (2010) 125-134.
Fruit from 2010 “Faith and Globalization” Seminar

Lam, Maria Lai-Ling. “Sustaining and extending corporate social responsibility in China.” Proceedings of the 2012 AIB-Midwest Conference, U.S. 2012.
Fruit from 2010 “Faith and Globalization” Seminar

Cook, Martha J. B. and Maria Lai-ling Lam, “Challenges of Teaching Sustainability in Education of Management.” Proceedings of the NAMS (North American Management Society) of MBAA International Conference, U.S. 2012.

Lam, Maria Lai-Ling. “Building Capability for Sustainability of Foreign Multinational Enterprises in China.” Society for Global Business and Economic Development 12th International Conference. Proceedings of 12th International Conference of The Society for Global Business & Economic Development. 2011.

Lam, Maria Lai-Ling. ““An Alternative Paradigm of Managing Sustainability in the Global Supply Chain.” In Guiffrida A. and Datta P. (Eds.) Proceedings of 2nd Annual Kent State University International Symposium on Sustainable Value Chains. 2011. p.39-61.

Lam, Maria Lai-Ling. ““Perceptions of Chinese Executives of Foreign Multinational Enterprises about Corporate Social Responsibility Programs in China.” Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility, U.S. Social Responsibility Research Network, U.K. Publications. 2011.

Lam, Maria Lai-Ling. “Successful Strategies for Sustainability of Foreign Multinational Enterprises in China.” Proceedings of the 2011 AIB-Midwest Conference, U.S. 2011.

Lam, Maria Lai-Ling.  “Sustainable Development in a Global Market Economy—A Compassion-oriented Approach.” Proceedings of Post-Christian Business Faculty Association (CBFA), U.S. 2010.

Macdonald, Megan. "Liturgy and Performance." Liturgy. ed. L. Edward Phillips 28.1 (2013): 1-5.
Fruit from 2011 “From Worldview to Worship: The Liturgical Turn in Cultural Theory”.

Macdonald, Megan. "Mass Performance: How Material Liturgies Enact the Spiritual." Liturgy ed. L. Edward Phillips 28.1 (2013): 31-42.
Fruit from 2011 “From Worldview to Worship: The Liturgical Turn in Cultural Theory”.

Marti, Gerardo. Worship across the Racial Divide: Religious Music and the Multiracial Congregation. Oxford University Press, 2012.
Fruit from 2011 “Congregations and Social Change: Adaptations and Innovations among Religious Communities” Seminar.

McCluskey, Colleen. “Lust and Chastity”. Virtues and Their Vices. Ed. Timpe, Kevin and Boyd, Craig. Oxford University Press, forthcoming.
Fruit from 2010 “Seven Deadly Sins (Capital Vices) in the Christian Tradition” Seminar.

Mills, David M. “Wagon Trains and Rhizomes: Metaphors of Globalization and their Implications for Religion”. The Review of Faith and International Affairs 9.3 (2011): Pages 3-10.
Fruit from 2010 “Faith and Globalization” Seminar.

Nisly, Lamar. Wingless Chickens, Bayou Catholics, and Pilgrim Wayfarers: Constructions of Audience and Tone in O'Connor, Gautreaux, and Percy. Mercer University Press (January 2011).
Fruit of the 2001 seminar, "American Literature and the Question of Belief".

Olagoke, Ezekiel. “Migration and Millennial Muslims: Second Generation Nigerian Muslims in the United States.” The Review of Faith and International Affairs. June 13, 2011.
Fruit from 2010 “Faith and Globalization” Seminar.

Park, Julie J. When Diversity Drops: A Story of Race and Religion in an Unequal University. Rutgers University Press, forthcoming.
Fruit from 2010 “Power of Race” Seminar.

Park, Julie J. “’Man, this is hard’: A case study of how race and religion affect cross-racial interaction for Black students.” The Review of Higher Education, forthcoming.
Fruit from 2010 “Power of Race” Seminar.

Park, Julie J. “I needed to get out of my Korean bubble”: An ethnographic account of Korean American collegians juggling diversity in a religious context. Anthropology & Education Quarterly 42.3 (2011): 193-212.
Fruit from 2010 “Power of Race” Seminar.

Peterson, Brent. Created to Worship: God’s Invitation to Become Fully Human. Kansas City, MO: Beacon Hill Press, 2012.
Fruit from 2011 “From Worldview to Worship: The Liturgical Turn in Cultural Theory” Seminar.

Phelps, M. P., & Waalkes, S. (2011, October). Educating desire and imagination in a “Faith in the World” seminar. Paper presented at Education as Formation: Christian Approaches, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI.
Fruit from 2011 “Reflective Pedagogy and Christian Practices” Seminar.

Phelps, M. P., & Waalkes, S. (in press). Educating desire and imagination in a “Faith in the World” seminar. Journal of Education & Christian Belief.
Fruit from 2011 “Reflective Pedagogy and Christian Practices” Seminar.

Pinheiro, John. A Religious History of the Mexican War. Oxford University Press, forthcoming.
Fruit from “Religion, War, and the Meaning of America” Seminar.

Post, Stephen G., The Hidden Gifts of Helping: How the Power of Giving, Compassion, and Hope Can Get Us Through Hard Times. Jossey-Bass, 2011.

Purinton, William T., “United We Sing: Union Hymnals, Holiness Hymnody, and the Formation of Korean Revivalism (1905-2007),” Asbury Journal 66, no. 1 (Spring 2011).

Rea, Michael, "Divine Hiddenness, Divine Silence", in Pojman, Louis & Rea, Michael eds), Philosophy of Religion: An Anthology, 6th edition (Wadsworth, 2011).
Fruit from "Philosophy and Liturgy: Ritual, Practice, and Embodied Wisdom" conference.

Robinson, Bob. Jesus and the Religions: Retrieving a Neglected Example for a Multi-cultural World. Wipf and Stock, 2012.
Fruit from 2010 Communitas Program.

Schloss, Jeffrey & Murray, Michael, "Evolutionary Accounts of Belief in Supernatural Punishment: A Critical Review." Religion, Brain, and Behavior. 1(1): 46-66 (2011).

Shands Stoltzfus, Regina. “Black, Female and Mennonite: An exploration of Identity as Counter-cultural Acts of Resistance”. Mennonite Life  65 (Summer 2011).
Fruit from 2010 “Power of Race” Seminar.

Smith, David I. and James K.A.  Smith: Teaching and Christian Practices: Reshaping Faith and Learning. Eerdmans, 2011.
Fruit from 2011 “Reflective Pedagogy and Christian Practices” Seminar.

Smith, James K.A. Imagining the Kingdom: How Worship Works. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2012.
Fruit from 2011 “From Worldview to Worship: The Liturgical Turn in Cultural Theory” Seminar.

Stratman, Jake. “Toward a Pedagogy of Hospitality:  Empathy, Literature, and Community Engagement.” Journal of Christian Education and Belief (Vol. 17, No.1 2013)
Fruit from 2011 "Reflective Pedagogy and Christian Practices" Seminar

Stratman, Jake. “Tell them im strong tell them im a man”:  Seeking Empathy in Ernest J. Gaines’ “A Lesson Before Dying” Integrite:  A Journal of Faith and Learning (Vol. 11 No. 2, Fall 2012)
Fruit from 2011 "Reflective Pedagogy and Christian Practices" Seminar

Strawn, Brad D. and Brown, Warren S. The Physical Nature of Christian Life: Neuroscience, Psychology, and the Church. Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2012.
Fruit from 2011 “From Worldview to Worship: The Liturgical Turn in Cultural Theory” Seminar.

Toly, Noah & Waalkes, Scott, eds. "Responding to Globalization: Religion and Human Flourishing" Themed Issue of Review of Faith & International Affairs, 2011.
Fruit from 2010 "Faith and Globalization" seminar.

Wells, Ronald & Bratt, James, eds. The Best of the "Reformed Journal", (Grand Rapids, Eerdmans, 2011).

Recent Presentations

Althouse, Peter &Wilkinson, Michael, “Charismatic Renewal as Mission: Ecumenical and Global Implications,” MacMaster Divinity Theology Conference, Hamilton, ON, June 2011.

Althouse, Peter &Wilkinson, Michael, "Racial Reconciliation as an Expression of Love in a Charismatic Congregation," Society for Pentecostal Studies, Memphis, TN, March 2011.

Blum, Edward J. “‘To Doubt This Would be to Doubt God’: Providential Problems and Millennial Musings in America’s Religious Reconstruction,” Conference on Millennialism and Providentialism in the Era of the American Civil War, Rice University, October 2, 2010.

Brice, Tanya. “Called Out of Darkness: Race and the Churches of Christ”. Oral History Fellowship, Baylor University’s Institute of Oral History. 2011-12.
Fruit from 2010 “The Power of Race in American Religion” Seminar.

Brice, Tanya. "Through the looking glass: Race Relations in the Churches of Christ". An invited workshop at the 2012 Tulsa Workshop held in Tulsa, OK. March 23, 2012.
Fruit from 2010 “The Power of Race in American Religion” Seminar.

Brice, Tanya. “Enough Already: Race Relations in the Churches of Christ”. A two day invited presentation at the 95th Annual Summit lectureship held at Abilene Christian University, Abilene, TX. September 18-21, 2011.
Fruit from 2010 “The Power of Race in American Religion” Seminar.

Brice, Tanya. “Called Out of Darkness: Race and the Churches of Christ”. An invited workshop presented at the 94th Annual Summit held at Abilene Christian University, Abilene, TX. September 21-22, 2010.
Fruit from 2010 “The Power of Race in American Religion” Seminar.

Coulter, Dale. "Studia humanitatis: Pentecostalism, the Liberal Arts, and Christian Humanism". Lee University in Cleveland, TN, April 2011.

Hansen, Kim. “Winning the Battle, Losing the Culture War: The Institutional Authority of Military Chaplains in the U.S. Navy". American Academy of Religion’s Regional Meeting. New Brunswick, NJ. March 16, 2011.
Fruit from 2010 “Religion, War, and the Meaning of America” Seminar.

Hansen, Kim. “Varieties of Civil Religion and the United States Military Chaplaincy.” Society of Military History Conference.  Arlington, VA May 2012.
Fruit from 2010 “Religion, War, and the Meaning of America” Seminar.

Kiryanov, Dmitry. “Creation Order in Patristic Tradition and Modern Cosmology”. VU-University Amsterdam: The Future of Creation Order Conference. August 16-19, 2011.
Fruit from 2011 “Philosophy of Religion” Seminar.

 

Kiryanov, Dmitry. “Bernard Lonergan’s Philosophy of Religion”. St-Petersburg Orthodox Theological Academy Conference Actual Problems of Theological Investigations. Oct. 5-6,  2011.
Fruit from 2011 “Philosophy of Religion” Seminar.

Kiryanov, Dmitry. “Metaphysical Foundations of Quantum Cosmology”. St-Petersburg School of Religion and Philosophy conference: Reflections on Philosophical, Scientific, And Theological Dimensions Of Interfacing between Science and Religion. Nov. 16-18, 2011.
Fruit from 2011 “Philosophy of Religion” Seminar.

Kiryanov, Dmitry. “Origin of Life: natural or/and supernatural?” Moscow Orthodox Theological Academy conference: Worldview of scientist and Christian: challenges of modernity and ways of their overcoming. 300 Annual of M.V. Lomonosov (1711-1765). Dec. 1-2, 2011.
Fruit from 2011 “Philosophy of Religion” Seminar.

Kiryanov, Dmitry. “Science and Religion: Multiplicity of Methodological Approaches” Moscow State University conference: Christianity and Natural Sciences. Jan. 24, 2012.
Fruit from 2011 “Philosophy of Religion” Seminar.

Kiryanov, Dmitry. Participated in the course “Conceptions of Modern Science” National Nuclear University Moscow. Russian Orthodox Postgraduate Office. Jan 30– 10 Feb. 2012.
Fruit from 2011 “Philosophy of Religion” Seminar.

Kiryanov, Dmitry. “Scientific and Theological Aspects of Life’s Origin” Tartu, Estonia, XIV ESSSAT Conference: What is Life? April 24-29, 2012.
Fruit from 2011 “Philosophy of Religion” Seminar.

Reeves, Josh, Chapter presentation from "From Method to Practice: A Critique of Two Models for Relating Science and Religion" dissertation.

Schuurman, Peter. ““The Rebel Brand in Evangelical Megachurches: A Canadian “Emerging Church”
Religion and Popular Culture Group, American Academy of Religion Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA, November 20, 2011.
Fruit from 2011 “Congregations and Social Change: Adaptations and Innovations among Religious Communities” Seminar .

Stratman, Jacob. “Toward a Pedagogy of Hospitality: Empathy, Literature, and Community Engagement.” Education as Formation Conference. Calvin College. Grand Rapids, MI. October, 6-8, 2011.
Fruit from 2011 “Reflective Pedagogy and Christian Practices” Seminar.

Other Accomplishments

Astapov, Sergey added topics to the “Philosophy of Religion” course and “The Actual Problems of Philosophy of Religion” at Southern Federal University in Russia.

Anderton, Charles will be teaching a new college honors program entitled "Genocide: Perspectives from the Social Sciences" in the Spring of 2011.
Fruit from 2009 seminar "Deliver Us From Evil: Genocide and the Christian World"

Barnard, Justin designed and delivered a new course at Union University called, “Virtue and Vice in the Christian Tradition” during January 2012 and January 2013.
Fruit from 2010 “Seven Deadly Sins (Capital Vices) in the Christian Tradition” Seminar.

Cherenkov, Mykhailo taught the course “"Christian Theology and Philosophy" at National Dragomanov Pedagogical University for the Master of Religious Studies Program during the 2011-2012 academic year.
Fruit from 2011 “Philosophy of Religion” Seminar.

Ebels-Duggan, Kyla developed the Philosophy 460 course: Seminar in Ethical Theory: Virtue Ethics for the Winter Quarter of 2012.
Fruit from 2010 "Seven Deadly Sins (Capital Vices) in the Christian Tradition” Seminar.

Flikkema, Melvin is in the final stages of planning a business program at Kuyper College.
Fruit from "Business as Mission" seminar.

Hampton, Barbara has taught two CALL courses, one on Muslim fiction and the other a Bible/Qur'an study.
Fruits from "Being Muslim in the United States" seminar.

Hewell, Rob designed a course, "Worship and Witness", which compliments two other courses on worship: "Theology of Worship" and "The Worshiping Church".
Fruits from "Taste and See: How to Teach for Depth in Worship" seminar.

Loerts, Bob preached an Advent series based on the Gospel of John.
Fruit from 2010 “From Text to Sermon” Seminar.

McCluskey, Colleen taught a graduate philosophy seminar “Thomas Aquinas on the Seven Capital Vices” in the Spring of 2012.
Fruit from 2010 “Seven Deadly Sins (Capital Vices) in the Christian Tradition” Seminar.

Ritzema, Jake preached a series of messages on the Gospel of John.
Fruit from 2010 “From Text to Sermon” Seminar.


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