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Geneva Silvermail

Students at Caribbean Nazarene Theological College in Trinidad come together once a year for an event called "Cultural Pelau." Pelau is the name of a rice dish prepared with varying amounts of many different ingredients.  During the cultural pelau, students present their diverse cultures to the campus community by sharing

Dean G. Blevins

Introduction to the journal issue from the current editor of Didache

Ramon A. Sierra

Book review by Ramon Sierra of the book The Local Church in a Global Era: Reflections for a New Century, edited by Max L. Stackhouse, Tim Dearborn & Scott Paeth.

Charles Dumerzier

"Zygmunt Bauman makes an important contribution to social analysis of globalization. The media has often pictured the positive aspects of globalization by ignoring the devastating human consequences. The struggles between what Bauman calls 'inside vs. outside, here vs. there, near vs. far away,' margin vs. center continue to hunt us everyday.

Dean G. Blevins

Introduction to the journal issue from the current editor of Didache

Dean G. Blevins

Introduction to the journal issue from the current editor of Didache

Dean G. Blevins

Introduction to the journal issue from the current editor of Didache

J. Matthew Price

The Church of the Nazarene early in its history endeared itself to liberal arts education as a denominational priority. This study provides a beginning to understanding this priority through H. Orton Wiley’s influence in nurturing liberal arts education in Nazarene colleges during the first half of the 20th century.

Roy Stults

Approaching the subject of the human condition from non-Christian viewpoints in Europe means diverging somewhat from what has previously gone before us in thisdiscussion.

Gary Waller

This is a book review of God and Globalization Vol. 1 Religion and the Powers of the Common Life, edited by Max L. Stackhouse with Peter J. Paris.

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