Faculty and Staff News

Faculty and staff news, with the introductions of new office staff.
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Presidential Update, May 2012

Greetings from the President, a reflection on the Beatitudes, and updates on all the goings-on around IWS.
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Anamnesis 27: April 2012

In this issue: The Transformation of Lives (From the editor) · Reframing the Conversation (President's column) · Let Someone Else Praise You (Darrell Harris) · January seminar reflections · June worship seminar with Chris Hall · Faculty news · Alumni news · Alumni focus: Alan Brisco · Student focus: Jonathan Powers · Spiritual Formation Institute:...
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Andrew Hill: Worship Vocabulary

Andrew Hill’s Worship Vocabulary document, including the Names of God: Worship Vocabulary
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Dr. Eric Bolger

Eric Bolger: Created in God’s Image

Key questions this paper addresses: [1] What does it mean to be created in God’s image? What happened to God’s image in humans when they “fell?” What does God’s image have to do with my life in Christ? What is an “Image?” One of the most foundational and significant teachings of Scripture is that we...
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Andrew Hill: Multiple Intelligences (Learning Styles)

Dr. Andrew Hill on Multiple Intelligences (Learning Styles) including their relationship to corporate worship: Multiple Intelligences (Learning Styles)
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Creator Magazine Interviews Robert Webber

CM: We are aware that you probably didn’t start out to be an “expert” in the art of worship. What sequence led you to be so involved and active in the worship arena? RW: My Doctorate is in Historical Theology. As I studied the origins of Christian thought, I realized that all truth was first...
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Robert E. Webber: As For Me and My House (Learning From a Jewish Model of Worship)

“This is a very special meal,” Yechiel said, “not only because you are here but because this meal represents the beginning of our Jewish Shabbal.” I listened intently as he continued. “It’s a day of rest, a time to remember our Creator and Redeemer, a time to be with the family, a time to establish...
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