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Seven Stanzas At Easter, David Schelhaas Apr 2020

Seven Stanzas At Easter, David Schelhaas

Faculty Work Comprehensive List

"Updike’s task in this poem is to convince readers in our scientific age that, unnatural though it be, resurrection has happened."

Posting about ­­­­­­­­the poem Seven Stanzas at Easter from In All Things - an online journal for critical reflection on faith, culture, art, and every ordinary-yet-graced square inch of God’s creation.

https://inallthings.org/seven-stanzas-at-easter/


Pollen On Your Nose, Calvin Seerveld Sep 2018

Pollen On Your Nose, Calvin Seerveld

Pro Rege

No abstract provided.


God's Faithfulness On The Journey: Reflections By Rostered Women Of Color, Rosetta E. Ross Jan 2018

God's Faithfulness On The Journey: Reflections By Rostered Women Of Color, Rosetta E. Ross

Spelman College Faculty Publications

Expressing stories of joy and pain, thankfulness and celebration, “God’s Faithfulness on the Journey” explores the stories of more than 40 ELCA rostered women of color. The essay-style collection of stories, poems, music and imagery gives voice to the women of color who serve faithfully throughout the church. The narratives chronicle a shared experience through the church’s call process while honoring the families, mentors and supporters who journeyed with them and give praise to an always faithful God.


Forgive Us, Erica Hughes Apr 2015

Forgive Us, Erica Hughes

Student Work

"SpokenWord poetry reflecting on experiences of being a racial minority as a college student."

Posting from In All Things - an online hub committed to the claim that the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ has implications for the entire world.

http://inallthings.org/forgive-us/


You Saw You See: Wrestling With And Learning To Trust God Through 1st And 2nd Samuel A Collection Of Poems, Paul Stack Jun 2013

You Saw You See: Wrestling With And Learning To Trust God Through 1st And 2nd Samuel A Collection Of Poems, Paul Stack

Honors Theses

This collection of poems reflects my engagement with the stories and themes in 1st and 2nd Samuel, including forgiveness, God’s will and promises, sin, relationship between man and God, and transformation (I also respond to Psalm 51, in which David responds to events in 2nd Samuel). My engagement involves reinterpretation of Biblical passages, connections to modern contexts and personal stories, and getting inside the stories and moments of Biblical characters such as Samuel, Hannah, Saul and David. Other modern poets doing similar work, like Mark Jarman and John Berryman, explore similar themes but do not focus on 1st and ...


Sublett Family (Sc 146), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Mar 2011

Sublett Family (Sc 146), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid and scan (Click on "additional files" below) for Manuscripts Small Collection 146. Bill of Charles Sublett for tanning calf skin, 1808; tax receipt (fragment) to Charles Sublett, Warren County, Kentucky, 1817; promissory note signed by William Sublett, 1826; three notes on religious doctrine; scrapbook of articles and poems about Kentucky and Kentuckians compiled by Paul H. Murphy, 1932.


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 31, No. 3, John D. Kendig, Henry J. Kauffman, Nancy K. Gaugler, W. L. Eckerd, William T. Parsons, John B. Frantz, Robert G. Adams, Jane Adams Clarke Apr 1982

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 31, No. 3, John D. Kendig, Henry J. Kauffman, Nancy K. Gaugler, W. L. Eckerd, William T. Parsons, John B. Frantz, Robert G. Adams, Jane Adams Clarke

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Jamison City
• Domestic Architecture in Lancaster County
• Conversation with Marguerite de Angeli
• Who Put the Turnip on the Grave?
• Pennsylfawnisch Deitsch un Pfalzer: Dialect Comparisons Old and New
• John Philip Boehm: Pioneer Pennsylvania Pastor
• The Search for our German Ancestors
• Aldes un Neies


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 31, No. 1, Henry J. Kauffman, John D. Kendig, Guy Graybill, Marie K. Graeff, William T. Parsons, Ray W. Sauers Oct 1981

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 31, No. 1, Henry J. Kauffman, John D. Kendig, Guy Graybill, Marie K. Graeff, William T. Parsons, Ray W. Sauers

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• The Pennsylvania Copper Tea Kettle
• "Our Camp and Soldiers Life" (1861-65)
• The Surprising Come Back of the Pennsylvania Rifle
• Folk Songs
• Port Royal and Philadelphia
• Pennsylvania Dutch Life Along Switzer Run and Penn's Creek
• Aldes un Neies / Old and New


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 29, No. 2, Ivy Kemp Yost, John D. Kendig, William Munro, Howell J. Heaney, Carter W. Craigie, Beth Ann Twiss Jan 1980

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 29, No. 2, Ivy Kemp Yost, John D. Kendig, William Munro, Howell J. Heaney, Carter W. Craigie, Beth Ann Twiss

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• The Landis Store Story
• In This Place: Manheim 1866
• "Kiss Me, I'm Italian": The Italian Market Festival, Philadelphia Photo Essay
• A Century of Early American Children's Books in German, 1738-1837
• Grange and Harvest Home Picnics in Chester County
• Peter Muhlenberg Slept Here
• Kartze G'dichte: Short Poems


0257: Martha Elizabeth Carpenter Miller Collection, 1898-1962, Marshall University Special Collections Jan 1979

0257: Martha Elizabeth Carpenter Miller Collection, 1898-1962, Marshall University Special Collections

Guides to Manuscript Collections

The majority of this collection consists of the handwritten and typed poetry of Martha Carpenter Miller. Many of the poems underwent multiple edits and rewrites, and her notes and corrections to her poems are included in this collection. The collection spans the years 1898-1962, with the bulk of the material from the 1930s-1950s. Miller wrote extensively, and the collection includes poems and partial poems, ideas, and short verses written on scrap paper, envelopes, paper towels, carboard, postcards, and various other types of paper. At the time of processing, original order was largely unknown. In organizing the materials, there were occasionally ...


Suggested Criteria For Determining The Antiquity Of The Ancient Poems In The Old Testament, John Miller May 1967

Suggested Criteria For Determining The Antiquity Of The Ancient Poems In The Old Testament, John Miller

Master of Sacred Theology Thesis

Within the Old Testament there is a group of poems which a majority of scholars believe is quite old. In most of the books and articles which have been written on these poems, the songs are designated "ancient" or "archaic" in a rather arbitrary manner. It is the contention of this thesis that the archaic poetry is different from later poetic writing with respect to style, form, and language, and that it is possible to isolate the distinguishing characteristics of ancient poetry and, using them, to form criteria and establish a balance of probability as to the antiquity of a ...