All papers represent my own opinions at the time they were written (although these opinions are usually molded by my professors), and do not necessarily reflect the position of Fuller Seminary. My own personal thoughts, opinions, and theology related to the papers may also have changed...
I'd love to hear anyone's comments regarding what I've written. I've learned alot in the process and it is my prayer that these ramblings may be helpful to someone else as well!
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Seeking Perfection - for MT520: Biblical Foundations of Mission, Dr. Charles E. Van Engen Music Discovery Report: Armenian Apostolic Church, Tujunga - for MB544: Christian Music Communication, Dr. Roberta King Songs Sung at Community Christian Church: Content Analysis and Strategies for Growth - for MB544: Christian Music Communication, Dr. Roberta King
Francis Xavier and the Land of the Rising Sun - for MH520: Historical Development of the Christian Movement, Dr. Paul Pierson Charles Hodge and His Objection to Darwinism: The Exclusion of Intelligent Design - for CH506: American Church History, Dr. Nathan Feldmeth An Exegetical Glimpse of Genesis 38: The Story of Judah and Tamar - for OT501: Pentateuch, Dr. James Butler
Anger and Forgiveness: Reflections in the Context of Inner Healing - for MM544: Deep-level Healing, Dr. Charles H. Kraft Insights from Anthropology for Christian Witness (Chapters One to Fourteen) With Reflections on the Irish Culture - for MB520: Anthropology, Dr. Charles H. Kraft Insights from Anthropology for Christian Witness (Chapters Fifteen to Twenty-eight) - for MB520: Anthropology, Dr. Charles H. Kraft Supplementary Reading Report on Anthropological Insights for Missionaries, Paul G. Hiebert - for MB520: Anthropology, Dr. Charles H. Kraft Leadership Development in My Life to Date - for ML501: Key Issues for Emerging Leaders, Dr. Richard Clinton Towards a Contextualized Christian Practice of Hatsumode - for MT510: Doing Theology in Context, Dr. Dean Gilliland