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A just and sacred warfare : the symbiotic relationship between American Civil Religion and the Just War Tradition.
Operating under the assumption that war is an inevitable necessity to define and defend a nation, how does humanity reconcile morality with the brutality of war? What is sought is a balance of the bloody battlefield with ...
Effects of the Training and Education of M.Div. Students on the Identification and Treatment of Individuals with Serious Mental Illness
This paper assessed accredited M.Div. seminary programs in the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico on the presence and strength of counseling course requirements and courses discussing mental illness. The researcher ...
Liturgical Exegesis: Genesis 1-11 as Sung in the Qur'an
Past efforts of interreligious dialogues can be categorized as relativist, irenicist, and systematic. None of these attempts have led to genuine concord and mutual understanding amongst lay religious populations. This ...
Identifying with the Lowly: Jonathan Edwards, Charity, and the Stockbridge Mission.
Jonathan Edwards is commonly thought of as a cold but brilliant theologian, a fire-breathing railer, quick to use his genius with words to reprove, a man bookishly removed from the daily concerns of life. However, recent ...
Parents or professors? An examination of the contingent influences on Evangelical college student political views.
This analysis examines the contingent influences of family religious identity and the college experience on student political views at Evangelical colleges and universities. While the college-effects literature confirms ...
"Thy Damnation Slumbereth Not": A Study of the Effects of Shame in Literature from the Industrial Era
This thesis discusses the effect of shame on young women represented in Naturalist literature who have violated the sexual social contract of the late Nineteenth century. The research looks primarily at three works: Tess ...