EditorsWolters, Albert M.
Institute for Christian Studies--History
Institute for Christian Studies--Faculty
Christian education--Seminars and conferences
Institute for Christian Studies--Alumni and alumnae--Interviews
Christianity and culture--Japan
Institute for Christian Studies--Students--Interviews
Van Bell, Harry
Discovery V lecture series: Towards Maturity in Christ
Runner, H. Evan
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Other TitlesPerspective: Newsletter of the Association for the Advancement of Christian Scholarship
CitationPerspective (Institute for Christian Studies), v. 8, no. 2 (Apr 1974)
DescriptionA thousand attend Christian education conference [Keynotes included: "A Critique of Contemporary Education" by Dr. Bernard Zylstra / “A Christian Perspective for Education” by Dr. Arnold DeGraaff. Workshops conducted by Dr. Peter Steen (Coalition for Christian Outreach) / Dr. Al Wolters / Mr Wayne Brauning ( Philadelphia Association for Christian Schools) / Mr. Art Bouwers (S.W.A.P.) / Rex Downie (Attorney CEJ) ], Campus Ministry Grows [former student Tom Forman at Kansas University], Dr. Al Wolters accepts ICS appointment, Dr. Robert Vandervennen new Executive Director, Yes, We can Talk with Each Other [reflections on an ontology seminar at ICS of eight sessions jointly led by Dr. Wolterstorff (Calvin College) and Dr. Hart (ICS) discussion centred around Universals and also looked at the works of Boethius / Abelard / Aquinas / Ockham / Dooyeweerd from this perspective], Missionary presents Kingdom Vision for Japan [Harvey Smit (missionary in Japan for 15 years) gives three lectures at ICS. “Modernization and other anomalies of Japan” / “The Religious Ethical Structure of Japanese Society” / “The Failure’ of Christianity in Japan”], New Christian Deepens Perspective at ICS [interview with 1st year Theology student Jim Minturn], Parents and Children: Growing Together [Discovery V Lecture series "Towards Maturity in Christ" Third lecture by psychologist Drs. Harry Van Belle],
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