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A Predictive Model For Tck Identity Development: What Role Do Faith Development And Religious Motivation Play?, Amanda Rockinson-Szapkiw, Lorene R. Heuvelman-Hutchinson 2018 University of Memphis

A Predictive Model For Tck Identity Development: What Role Do Faith Development And Religious Motivation Play?, Amanda Rockinson-Szapkiw, Lorene R. Heuvelman-Hutchinson

Journal of Counseling and Psychology

This study examines the predictive association of 86 Third Culture Kids’ (TCK) faith development, religious commitment, and identity development statuses. TCKs’ low levels of faith development and religious motivation were associated with lower levels of identity statuses while TCKs’ achieved identity statuses were associated with high levels of faith development and religious motivation. The results of the direct logistical regression revealed that the full model containing the two predictor variables (intrinsic religious motivation and faith stage) significantly predicted identity achievement status. The model accounted for between 18.7% and 29.2% of the variance in identity status. It correctly classified ...


No One Is An Island: Student Experiences Of A Catholic High School Curriculum Response To Bullying, Based On Themes From The Writings Of Thomas Merton, Thomas E. Malewitz 2018 Bellarmine University

No One Is An Island: Student Experiences Of A Catholic High School Curriculum Response To Bullying, Based On Themes From The Writings Of Thomas Merton, Thomas E. Malewitz

Graduate Theses, Dissertations, and Capstones

This dissertation was an explorative study of student experiences of a first-iteration Catholic curriculum created to respond to the epidemic of adolescent bullying, from an expansive and holistic perspective (Huggins, 2016). The curriculum used in this study was inspired by themes from the writings of Thomas Merton (1915-1968) a Catholic monk, Civil Rights activist, inter-religious bridge, and non-violent resistor (Merton, 1975; Merton, 1983; Merton, 1989). This qualitative study utilized the methodology of educational criticism and connoisseurship (Uhrmacher, Moroye, & Flinders, 2017) using the Christian Humanistic ethic as a lens to examine and explain the emergent theological themes of the students’ engagement and shared interpretations of the first iteration 10-day curriculum. The curriculum utilized activities surrounding the themes of order, balance, rhythm, and harmony as the path to happiness, as stated in No Man Is an Island(Merton, 1983). Through the use of reflective dialogues, meditation, and kinesthetic learning opportunities such as a drum circle and a collaborative game, the students explored the importance of self-discovery, unity, group dynamics, and healthy communication skills as a positive response to bullying, stigmatization, and peer isolation. Through the activities and open-ended reflections four overarching themes emerged from the students’ shared experiences of the curriculum: a) all humanity has worth and value; b) it is essential to develop common ground with others; c) peace and calm are better avenues to resolve conflict than aggression ...


Papers Of Julian C. Mcpheeters Arc 210-002, ATS Special Collections and Archives 2018 Asbury Theological Seminary

Papers Of Julian C. Mcpheeters Arc 210-002, Ats Special Collections And Archives

Books

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Papers Of Edmund W. Robb, ATS Special Collections and Archives 2018 Asbury Theological Seminary

Papers Of Edmund W. Robb, Ats Special Collections And Archives

Books

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A Preparatory Redemption: Reading Alma 12-13, Matthew Bowman, Rosemary Demos 2018 Brigham Young University

A Preparatory Redemption: Reading Alma 12-13, Matthew Bowman, Rosemary Demos

Maxwell Institute Publications

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A Dream, A Rock, And A Pillar Of Fire, Adam S. Miller 2017 Brigham Young University

A Dream, A Rock, And A Pillar Of Fire, Adam S. Miller

Maxwell Institute Publications

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An Other Testament: On Typology, Joseph M. Spencer 2016 Brigham Young University

An Other Testament: On Typology, Joseph M. Spencer

Maxwell Institute Publications

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Apocalypse: Reading Revelation 21-22, Julie M. Smith 2016 Brigham Young University

Apocalypse: Reading Revelation 21-22, Julie M. Smith

Maxwell Institute Publications

No abstract provided.


Testing A New Method Of Teaching Homiletics At The Seventh-Day Adventist Theological Seminary: Chmn 505, Micheal Lawrence Goetz 2015 Andrews University

Testing A New Method Of Teaching Homiletics At The Seventh-Day Adventist Theological Seminary: Chmn 505, Micheal Lawrence Goetz

Seminary Historical Documents

No abstract provided.


Sexual Encounters And Manhood Acts: Evangelicals, Latter-Day Saints, And Religious Masculinities, Kelsy Burke, Amy Moff Hudec 2015 University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Sexual Encounters And Manhood Acts: Evangelicals, Latter-Day Saints, And Religious Masculinities, Kelsy Burke, Amy Moff Hudec

Sociology Department, Faculty Publications

The experiences of men in traditional religions are complex, at times inconsistent, and not necessarily the direct result of religious teachings. This article draws from two qualitative case studies to examine the ways in which evangelical and Latter-Day Saint men understand masculinity and their spiritual beliefs in the context of sexual activity. The authors present two masculine practices—acceptance of sexual rejection and sexual indifference— that allow religious men in this study to simultaneously challenge and uphold the system of hegemonic masculinity that their traditions promote. These findings point to the moments when creative, interpretative work helps religious men to ...


An Experiment On The Word: Reading Alma 32, Adam S. Miller 2014 Brigham Young University

An Experiment On The Word: Reading Alma 32, Adam S. Miller

Maxwell Institute Publications

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Toward Enhanced Military Chaplaincy Education At Andrews University Seventh-Day Adventist Theological Seminary, Michael A. Chester 2013 Andrews University

Toward Enhanced Military Chaplaincy Education At Andrews University Seventh-Day Adventist Theological Seminary, Michael A. Chester

Seminary Historical Documents

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An Approach To The Book Of Abraham, Hugh Nibley 2010 Brigham Young University

An Approach To The Book Of Abraham, Hugh Nibley

Maxwell Institute Publications

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