• UA12/2/1 Magazine

      WKU Student Affairs (TopSCHOLAR®, 1987-04-28)
      Special edition of the College Heights Herald, includes articles: Klausnitzer, Dorren. Some Gays Casual About Deadly Disease – AIDS Eagleston, Leigh. The Amish: A Look Inside an Older World Malmer, Victoria. Student Mother – Deborah Terry Duff, Jill & Todd Pack. Western’s Success Stories – Russell Dougherty, Mitchell Payne, William Meacham, John Stewart, Harry Gray Grad Invests in Beauty – James Marshall
    • UA12/2/1 Magazine

      WKU Student Affairs (TopSCHOLAR®, 1989-04-25)
      Special magazine edition of the College Heights Herald. Eagleston, Leigh. The Christian Soldier’s Story – John & Sandy Snelson, Salvation Army Jessie, Lisa. Riding the Rails of Train History – James Brown, L&N Railroad Depot Carter, Darla. Adults Learn to Catch Up at Adult Learning Center Tradition, Discipline Salvation Army’s Root Schlagenhauf, Ann. Families Feel Alzheimer’s Effects – James Sacrey, Adult Day Care
    • UA68/13/4 Bowling Green, Vol. 5, No. 1

      Kelly Thompson Chapter, Public Relations Student Society (TopSCHOLAR®, 1984-10-01)
      Magazine produced by senior seminar class in public relations with the Kelly Thompson Chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America and students in the WKU Department of Journalism. Regular features include: Reflections Business Art Community Service Reminiscing Curiosities Entertainment This issue includes articles: Roberts, Candace & Ann Hochgesang. WKU Groups Support Community McMurtry, Pam. Care Centers Teach Social Skills, ABC's Walton, Dreama. A Life Some Never Left - Mennonites
    • Ubuntu as human flourishing? An African traditional religious analysis of ubuntu and its challenge to Christian anthropology

      Banda,C (Pieter de Waal Neethling Trust in association with Christelike Lektuurfonds (CLF), 2019-01-01)
      From a Christian anthropological perspective, the article seeks to answer the question: what does ubuntu mean when analysed from the anthropocentric nature of African traditional religions (ATR)? This leads to another question: how does the ATR informed meaning of ubuntu challenge Christian anthropology in Africa in the light of the prevailing context of human suffering and poverty? These related questions are answered by critiquing the common tendency in modern scholarship on ubuntu of linking the concept with the Nguni proverb umuntu ngumuntu ngabantu. A plea is made that ubuntu should instead be interpreted according to the anthropocentric nature of ATR that leads to an existential view of ubuntu as human flourishing. The article concludes by looking at how Christianity in Africa should develop an anthropological perspective that promotes human flourishing by enabling African human agency and enhancing a holistic engagement of the socioeconomic and political factors that hinder human flourishing on the continent.
    • Uit die Vrystaat : inwyding van kerkgebou te Kroonstad-Noord

      Botes, J.J. (Kerkbode, 2006-04-12)
      AFRIKAANS SUMMARY:Die gemeente van Kroonstad-Noord is op 23 Mei 1927 gestig en hulself beywer om 'n eie kerkgebou op te rig. Hierdie doel is eers na die depressiejare vervul deur 'n ontwerp van Gerard Moerdijk.
    • Uit die Vrystaat: inwyding van kerkgebou te Kroonstad-Noord

      Botes, J.J. (Kerkbode, 2006-04-12)
      AFRIKAANS SUMMARY:Die gemeente van Kroonstad-Noord is op 23 Mei 1927 gestig en hulself beywer om 'n eie kerkgebou op te rig. Hierdie doel is eers na die depressiejare vervul deur 'n ontwerp van Gerard Moerdijk.
    • Uit die Vrystaat: inwyding van kerkgebou te Kroonstad-Noord

      Botes, J.J. (Kerkbode, 1937-04-28)
      ENGLISH SUMMARY: The congregation of Kroonstad-North was founded on 23 May 1927 and was committed to the construction of a church building. This was only realised after the Depression through a design of Gerard Moerdijk.
    • Un Happy Valley

      Manaaf, Farid Abdi (2017-08-24)
      This translation is about history of African entitled “Burearucracy & Incumbent Violence Colonial Administration & The Origins Of The ‘Mau Mau’ Emergency Thought Chapter 10-11 Page 227-302” Written by John Lonsdale published by James Currey LTD and Heinemann Kenya 1992 The aim of translation project is to help readers in understanding the translated book content in Indonesia language. Theoretically, this translation project could be beneficial for theory development especially translation theories of Newmark, Nida and Taber. Methods used in the translation were word-for-word translation, literal translation, faithful translation, adaptation, free translation, idiomatic translation, and communicative translation. The most translation method used by the writer was free translation. In translating, there are two things that are to be concerned by the writer. The first, theories and methods in translating the Source Language (SL) are understood precisely by the writer. The second, in increasing the english knowledge, the writer has to read and focus on many books that is especially about translation.
    • Under the canopy : ritual process and spiritual resilience in South Africa

      Thomas, Linda E. (Univ Of South Carolina Pr, 2007)
      Prologue -- Introduction -- An inquiry into an African indigenous church -- The setting -- Ethnographic profile of St. John's Apostolic Faith Mission Church, Guguletu -- The ritual and theology of St. John's -- Symbols in St. John's ritual -- St. John's health care system -- Conclusions -- Appendix methodology -- Appendix demographic information -- Appendix schedule of questions -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index
    • Underground Fire: Creating a Latino Evangelical Youth Culture

      Walsh, Arlene Sanchez (Digital Showcase, 2000-01-01)
    • Underlying influences on Ben Marais (1909-1999)

      Maritz, P.J. (Faculty of Theology, University of Pretoria, 2009-03-09)
      This article considers various personal and academic influences on Ben Marais. The essence of these influences helped form his principles, was present in his early childhood, and is founded in his deep-rooted faith in God. Ben Marais was a child and a product of his times. The academic influences are approached through an analysis of a specific book that he claimed had influenced his thought, his MA dissertations and Ph.D-thesis. These formative influences helped determine his questioning the justification of policies in the NG Kerk.
    • Underlying influences on Ben Marais (1909-1999)

      Maritz, P.J. (Petrus Jacobus) (Faculty of Theology, University of Pretoria, 2009-03-09)
      This article considers various personal and academic influences on Ben Marais. The essence of these influences helped form his principles, was present in his early childhood, and is founded in his deep-rooted faith in God. Ben Marais was a child and a product of his times. The academic influences are approached through an analysis of a specific book that he claimed had influenced his thought, his MA dissertations and Ph.D-thesis. These formative influences helped determine his questioning the justification of policies in the NG Kerk.
    • Understanding African Theology in the 20th Century

      Bediako, Kwame (Religious & Theological Students Fellowship, 1994)
      "It has become well known that two distinct trends have emerged in African Christian thought in the post-independent and post-missionary era, from the late 1950s to the late 1980s. has been the theological dimension to the struggl social and political transformation of the conditions of ineq ity and oppression in South Africa. This is what produced B Theology, a theology of liberation in the African setting, in response to the particular circumstances of southern Africa. The other has been the theological exploration into the indigenous cultures of African peoples, with particular stress on their preChristian (and also pre-Islamic) religious traditions. This trend has been more closely associated with the rest of tropical Africa, where political independence seemed to have taken away a direct regular experience of the kind of socio-political pressures which produced Black Theology in South Africa."
    • Understanding Christianity in the history of African religion: An engagement with theological and anthropological perspectives in the pursuit of interdisciplinary dialogue

      Retief M�ller (AOSIS, 2014-08-01)
      <p><span>There is ample ground and good motives for interdisciplinary engagement between theology and the �new� anthropology of Christianity. Theologians can learn much about the character of the church in all its plurality from the often insightful descriptions of anthropologists who have recently started to take a strong interest in Christianity. On the other hand, theologians can help anthropologists come to more complex understandings of the meaning of Christianity. Concerning contrasting anthropological perspectives of anti-essentialism and culture theory regarding the nature of Christianity, this article suggested that the work of missiologists, such as Andrew Walls, might usefully aid the progression of the debate and referred to the historical interplay and conflict between Christianity and indigenous knowledge in southern Africa by way of illustrating this point. The argument pursued in this article hinges on the prioritising of an interdisciplinary approach in theological studies, a cause which Prof. Julian M�ller has long championed. Therefore, this contribution sought to honour his legacy by illustrating a further avenue of interdisciplinary engagement.</span></p>
    • Une congrégation pentecôtiste congolaise à Montréal

      Géraldine Mossière (2008-09-01)
      Dentro de una Iglesia pentecostal de Montréal, compuesta por inmigrantes de origen africano y haitiano, examinaremos el proceso de producción identitaria que se articula alrededor de tres espacios discursivos: las prácticas del lenguaje, lo religioso en el espacio público y el proyecto de expansión transnacional. La comunidad se ha construido en diversos planos de lo local y lo global, según mecanismos forjados por las tensiones políticas que caracterizan la sociedad dominante de Quebec, entre el ideal nacional y la retórica cosmopolita, y al interior de la dialéctica propia del dogma pentecostal, entre la misión universal y la estrategia de adaptación. Este proceso reconfigura la estructura de poder tradicional alrededor de una categoría de miembros jóvenes, educados y francófonos, que muestran un recorrido transnacional y moviliza una grilla de referencias modernas como la educación y el saber.
    • Une congrégation pentecôtiste congolaise à Montréal

      2008
      Au sein d’une Église pentecôtiste montréalaise, composée d’immigrants d’origine africaine et haïtienne, nous examinons le processus de production identitaire qui s’articule autour de trois sites discursifs : les pratiques langagières, le religieux dans l’espace public et le projet d’expansion transnational. La communauté se construit à divers paliers du local et du global, selon des mécanismes forgés par les tensions politiques qui caractérisent la société québécoise dominante, entre idéal national et rhétorique cosmopolite, et au sein de la dialectique propre au dogme pentecôtiste, entre mission universelle et stratégie d’adaptation. Ce processus reconfigure la structure de pouvoir traditionnelle autour d’une catégorie de membres jeunes, éduqués et francophones, affichant un parcours transnational et mobilisant une grille de références modernes telles que l’éducation et le savoir.
    • Une congrégation pentecôtiste congolaise à Montréal

      Mossière, Géraldine (Éditions de l’EHESS, 2011-07-01)
      Au sein d’une Église pentecôtiste montréalaise, composée d’immigrants d’origine africaine et haïtienne, nous examinons le processus de production identitaire qui s’articule autour de trois sites discursifs : les pratiques langagières, le religieux dans l’espace public et le projet d’expansion transnational. La communauté se construit à divers paliers du local et du global, selon des mécanismes forgés par les tensions politiques qui caractérisent la société québécoise dominante, entre idéal national et rhétorique cosmopolite, et au sein de la dialectique propre au dogme pentecôtiste, entre mission universelle et stratégie d’adaptation. Ce processus reconfigure la structure de pouvoir traditionnelle autour d’une catégorie de membres jeunes, éduqués et francophones, affichant un parcours transnational et mobilisant une grille de références modernes telles que l’éducation et le savoir.
    • Unidentified blind student

      DigitalCommons@Robert W. Woodruff Library, Atlanta University Center, 2016-07-25
      An unidentified blind student stand at the pulpit in Gammon chapel.
    • Unidentified blind student

      DigitalCommons@Robert W. Woodruff Library, Atlanta University Center, 2016-07-25
      An unidentified blind student plays the organ in Gammon chapel.