Religion - Christianity

One Nation Under Whose God?: Interfaith Work in the Unique Religious Setting of the United States

Abstract: The United States is a country founded on religious liberty and is one of, if not the most, religiously diverse countries in the world. Religious diversity has flourished under the United States’ separation of church and state. Despite these protections, religious tolerance has waxed and waned over the last three centuries.


Synthetic Kingdom: The Seduction of Idolatry

This thesis argues that it is only through a reordering and redirecting of its love towards the highest good, which is God, and with the help of the Church as a guide to do so, that humanity can once again enjoy the purpose for which it was created – love of God and love of neighbor. Saint Augustine’s City of God offers a discussion of how this state of ordering came to pass through comparing what he categorizes as the earthly city and the heavenly city.


The Perichoretic Mission of God

PowerPoint presentation, MNU Week of Scholarship, Celebration of Student Research and Creativity, April 6, 2017.

The Perichoretic Mission of God

Student poster, presented at the MNU Week of Scholarship, Student Poster Session, April 6, 2017. Poster created with the assistance of MNU faculty member Dr. Jacob Lett.

The Pastoral Cycle

This is the handout provided for the March 28, 2017 Youth Ministry Academy webinar with Louise Kenyon.


Youth Ministry Academy


Resources for training youth leaders.


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