Encouraging Christian Eloquence

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    Encouraging Christian Eloquence   Joanne Neal Professor, Concordia University College of Alberta Published in the Canadian Journal for Scholarship and the Christian Faith (journal.ccscf.org) on 27 October 2015   He has told you, O mortal, what is good; and what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly […]

Perfect Productive Power: A Unifying Theme In The Philosophical Theology Of John Duns Scotus

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PERFECT PRODUCTIVE POWER: A UNIFYING THEME IN THE PHILOSOPHICAL THEOLOGY OF JOHN DUNS SCOTUS Marilyn McCord Adams The Center for Philosophy of Religion, Rutgers University, Australian Catholic University Published in the Canadian Journal for Scholarship and the Christian Faith (journal.ccscf.org) on 22 October 2015 Preamble: John Duns Scotus is above all a philosophical theologian. For Scotus, the […]

Christian Ministry in a Comic Book Culture: “Parabolic Evangelism” and the Use of Stories in Evangelistic Ministry

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Christian Ministry in a Comic Book Culture: “Parabolic Evangelism” and the Use of Stories in Evangelistic Ministry Chad Nuss The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Published in the Canadian Journal for Scholarship and the Christian Faith (journal.ccscf.org) on 2 October 2015     Thesis Stories are an important vehicle for truth in postmodern cultures. Comic books […]

Christian Ministry in a Comic Book Culture: Imaginative Apologetics and Sequential Art

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Christian Ministry in a Comic Book Culture: Imaginative Apologetics and Sequential Art Chad Nuss The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Published in the Canadian Journal for Scholarship and the Christian Faith (www.ccscf.concordia.ab.ca) on 2 October 2015 Thesis Comic books, graphic novels, and sequential art both indicate and influence cultural values. Therefore, studying comic books is an increasingly […]

The Christian Historian as an Agent of Christ’s Redemption: A Foucauldian-Pauline Philosophy of History

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The Christian Historian as an Agent of Christ’s Redemption: A Foucauldian-Pauline Philosophy of History Kara Boda Harvey Ambrose University First Published June 27, 2015 In a world where evil reigns, often the very powers of sin that enslave humanity are hidden, so that our blindness is a plague that perpetuates our enslavement. The task of the Christian […]

“Gracious Spirit, hear our pleading”

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“Gracious Spirit, hear our pleading” – The case of Johann Heinrich Heil (1706–1764), organist at St. Bartholomäi Lutheran Church in Zerbst, Germany   Barbara M. Reul Luther College, University of Regina Published in the Canadian Journal for Scholarship and the Christian Faith (www.ccscf.concordia.ab.ca) on 16 January 2015   Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), who served as […]

Humanities Future: Learning from South Africa’s New Humanism Project

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Humanities Future: Learning from South Africa’s New Humanism Project Stephen W. Martin The King’s University College First published December 10, 2013 Introduction On 27 April 2012, the new South Africa turned eighteen. The rebirth of this former pariah nation, notorious for its history of dehumanization, was heralded as a beacon of hope for the world. […]