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Toward A Pro-Life Environmental Movement, Lucia A. Silecchia 2010 The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law

Toward A Pro-Life Environmental Movement, Lucia A. Silecchia

Scholarly Articles and Other Contributions

In modern times, the secular environmental movement seems to have taken on an anti-life message, in ways both subtle and direct. This anti-human – and often anti-life – view has crept into the heart of the “mainstream” ecological movement with consequences that can be detrimental to both human dignity and to the environment itself. This essay does not aim to analyze the complexities inherent in economic development, demographic predictions, or climatology. Instead, it is a call to reflect carefully and soberly on the troubling moral consequences of grounding respect for the environment in disrespect for the dignity of the human person. The ...


Holistic Christian Formation For Enduring Leadership, Robert Stephen Gober 2010 Asbury Theological Seminary

Holistic Christian Formation For Enduring Leadership, Robert Stephen Gober

ATS Dissertations

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An Investigation Of Public Leadership Formation In Select Zimbabwe Churches, Kurai Chitima 2010 Asbury Theological Seminary

An Investigation Of Public Leadership Formation In Select Zimbabwe Churches, Kurai Chitima

ATS Dissertations

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The Use Of Humor In Preaching And Its Relationship With Ethos, Relational Solidarity, And Affective Learning, Craig Adolf Finnestad 2010 Asbury Theological Seminary

The Use Of Humor In Preaching And Its Relationship With Ethos, Relational Solidarity, And Affective Learning, Craig Adolf Finnestad

ATS Dissertations

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Legalists, Visionaries, And New Names: Sectarianism And The Search For Apocalyptic Origins In Isaiah 56–66, Brian R. Doak 2010 George Fox University

Legalists, Visionaries, And New Names: Sectarianism And The Search For Apocalyptic Origins In Isaiah 56–66, Brian R. Doak

Faculty Publications - College of Christian Studies

This essay re-examines the difficult questions concerning the origins of apocalyptic literature and the rise of Jewish sectarianism. Since the publication of O. Plöger’s Theokratie und Eschatologie and P. Hanson’s The Dawn of Apocalyptic, the search for proto-apocalyptic origins in early post-exilic period sectarian conflict has generated a fair amount of debate. The most cogent and sustained response to Hanson’s and Plöger’s theories, S. Cook’s Prophecy & Apocalypticism (1995), attempted to purge the influence of “deprivation theory” from the field of biblical studies, and, more broadly, social anthropology. The present essay makes a fresh study of ...


Jack Willcuts And Why Friends Are Friends, Arthur O. Roberts 2010 George Fox University

Jack Willcuts And Why Friends Are Friends, Arthur O. Roberts

Quaker Religious Thought

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A Response To Muers And Wood, Jeffrey Dudiak 2010 George Fox University

A Response To Muers And Wood, Jeffrey Dudiak

Quaker Religious Thought

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Contributors -- Quaker Religious Thought, No. 115, Paul Anderson 2010 George Fox University

Contributors -- Quaker Religious Thought, No. 115, Paul Anderson

Quaker Religious Thought

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Front Matter -- Quaker Religious Thought, No. 114, Paul Anderson 2010 George Fox University

Front Matter -- Quaker Religious Thought, No. 114, Paul Anderson

Quaker Religious Thought

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What's In A Name, Karen Moros 2010 Nova Southeastern University

What's In A Name, Karen Moros

Digressions Literary Magazine

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Ballad Of Wind And Daisy, Yitan Li 2010 Nova Southeastern University

Ballad Of Wind And Daisy, Yitan Li

Digressions Literary Magazine

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Joy, Grace Cox 2010 Nova Southeastern University

Joy, Grace Cox

Digressions Literary Magazine

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Where I Am, Stefani Rubino 2010 Nova Southeastern University

Where I Am, Stefani Rubino

Digressions Literary Magazine

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Dead Pages, Dead Bodies, Stefani Rubino 2010 Nova Southeastern University

Dead Pages, Dead Bodies, Stefani Rubino

Digressions Literary Magazine

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Living In My Home, Opal Owens 2010 Nova Southeastern University

Living In My Home, Opal Owens

Digressions Literary Magazine

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Review Of One And Many In Aristotle's Metaphysics: Books Alpha - Delta By Edward C. Halper, Daniel P. Maher 2010 Assumption College

Review Of One And Many In Aristotle's Metaphysics: Books Alpha - Delta By Edward C. Halper, Daniel P. Maher

Philosophy Department Faculty Works

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Mr. Monk Meets Alexander The Great, D. E. Wittkower 2010 Old Dominion University

Mr. Monk Meets Alexander The Great, D. E. Wittkower

Philosophy Faculty Publications

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Re-Centering Students’ Attitudes About Writing: A Qualitative Study Of The Effects Of A High School Writing Center, Katherine Palacio 2010 Nova Southeastern University

Re-Centering Students’ Attitudes About Writing: A Qualitative Study Of The Effects Of A High School Writing Center, Katherine Palacio

Department of Writing and Communication Theses

While attitudes are difficult to assess, a qualitative research study can produce results to give insight into how a student feels a writing center has improved his or her confidence and attitude towards writing. This study reviews the minimal discussion of students‟ attitudes towards writing in past and current writing center research and builds upon the conversation by following three students‟ journeys in the writing center and discussing whether their experiences with the tutors has improved their attitudes about writing.


Ecofeminism And Experiential Learning: Taking The Risks Of Activism Seriously, Jeannie Ludlow 2010 Eastern Illinois University

Ecofeminism And Experiential Learning: Taking The Risks Of Activism Seriously, Jeannie Ludlow

Faculty Research & Creative Activity

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A Review Of "Labor And Writing In Early Modern England, 1567-1667" By Laurie Ellinghausen, Julie Campbell 2010 Eastern Illinois University

A Review Of "Labor And Writing In Early Modern England, 1567-1667" By Laurie Ellinghausen, Julie Campbell

Faculty Research & Creative Activity

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