Monthly Archives: March 2013

Mennonite Brethren Missions (M. B. Missions)

 

Note 1 – Mennonite Brethren Global Missions

 

Handwritten Notes 1

 

Chart 1

 

Emails 1

Emails 2

Emails 3

Emails 4

Emails 5

 

Other 1 – List of Writers and Addresses

Other 2 – Meeting Minutes

Other 3 – List of Writers and Addresses

Other 4 – ICOMB Meeting Report and Minutes

Other 5 – Global History Prjoect Status Summary Aug 2005

 

Hiebert Article 1 – Introduction, Appendix

 

Reading 1 – Who are the Mennonites of Russia

Reading 2 – India Mennonite Brethren Church Today

Reading 3

Reading 4 – Who are the Mennonites of Russia

Reading 5 – Global Mennonite Brethren History Project

Reading 6 – Anabaptist Seed, Worldwide Growth

 

Jatras 3

 

Lecture Note 1 – A List of the Deities Worshipped at Fairs and Festivals in H.P.

 

Handwritten Note 1

Figure 1 – Types of Conflict on the Evangelical Scene

 

Table 1 – Religions, Castes, Languages, and Educations

Table 2 – Religions, Castes, Languages, and Educations

Table 3 – Religions, Castes, Languages, and Educations

Table 4 – Religions, Castes, Languages, and Educations

Table 5 – Religions, Castes, Languages, and Educations

Table 6 – Religions, Castes, Languages, and Educations

Table 7 – Religions, Castes, Languages, and Educations

Table 8 – Religions, Castes, Languages, and Educations

Table 9 – Religions, Castes, Languages, and Educations

Table 10 – Religions, Castes, Languages, and Educations

Table 11 – Religions, Castes, Languages, and Educations

Table 12 – Religions, Castes, Languages, and Educations

 

Table 13 – Religions, Castes, Languages, and Educations

Table 14 – Religions, Castes, Languages, and Educations

Table 15 – Religions, Castes, Languages, and Educations

Table 16 – Numbers of Jatras

Table 17 – Districts and Talugs of A.P.

 

Mail 1 – A List of Deities for Whom There are Yatras

 

Map 1

 

Student Paper 1 – A part of unidentified document

 

Bibliography 1

 

Hiebert Article 1 – The Indian World View

Hiebert Article 2 – Regional Distributions of Jatras in Andhra Pradesh, An Analysis of Worship Patterns of Local and Regional South Indian Deities

Hiebert Article 3 – Report on Research Carried out Under the S.S.R.C. Grant for Summer, 1977

 

Reading 1 – Hindu Deities

Reading 2 – Hindu Deities

Reading 3 – Hindu Deities

Reading 4 – Hindu Deities

Reading 5 – Hindu Deities

Reading 6 – Hindu Deities

Reading 7 – Hindu Deities

Reading 8 – Hindu Deities

Reading 9 – Hindu Deities

Reading 10 – Hindu Deities

Reading 11 – Hindu Deities

 

Jatras 2

 

Lecture Note 1 – Muslim Saints

 

Chart 1 – Distribution and Size of Jatras

 

Figure 1 – Deities and Saints in Andhra Pradesh Jatras and Dargas

 

Bibliography

 

Reading 1 – Uruses,Melas, and Jatras in Cities

Reading 2 – The Nizam’s Government, List of Uruses, Melas, Jatras, Etc.

Reading 3 – Being and Becoming a Traditional Curer in Coastal Andhra Pradesh (India)

Reading 4 – On the Cult of the Tree-Goddess in Eastern Bengal

Reading 5 – Miscellaneous Contributions

Reading 6 – Human Sacrifice in Central India

Reading 7 – On the Cult of the Goddess Magadhesvari

Reading 8 – The Cult of the Sasthi in Bengal

Reading 9 – Christianity and the Khasis

Reading 10 – Serpent Worship in Kerala

Reading 11 – Anthropology and Pacific Islanders

Reading 12 – Songs of the Goddess Shitala

 

Jatras 1

 

Lecture Note 1 – Report on Jatras of Andhra Pradesh

Lecture Note 2 – South Indian Folk Religion

Lecture Note 3 – On Lawrence Babb’s The Divine Hierarchy, Popular Hinduism in Central India

Lecture Note 4 – Regional Distributions of Jatras in Andhra Pradesh

Lecture Note 5 – Siva and Siva’s wives

Lecture Note 6 – Vishnu and Vishnu’s wives

Lecture Note 7 – Hindu Male Deities Lecture Note 8 – Hindu Goddesses and Consorts

Lecture Note 9 – Male Hindu Saints

Lecture Note 10 – Female Hindu Saints

Lecture Note 11 – Tribal Deities

Lecture Note 12 – Muslim Saints

 

Table 1 – A Comparison of Hindu and Village Goddess Jatras

 

Reading 1 – Wayne Mcclintock, Demons and Ghosts in Indian Folklore

 

Integration 3

 

Syllabus – Religious Presuppositions – Summer 1996

 

Lecture Note 1 – The World is Too Much With Us

Lecture Note 2 – The Worlds of Modernity and Postmodernity

Lecture Note 3 – SocAnthro Presuppositions

Lecture Note 4 – History of Anthropological Theory

Lecture Note 5 – Epistemological Shifts in Social Science

Lecture Note 6 – People in Social Sciences

Lecture Note 7 – People in Social Sciences 2

Lecture Note 8 – Summaires of Various Scholars

Lecture Note 9 – Theoreticians Lecture Note 10 – Encountering the World

Lecture Note 11 – Epistemological Shifts in Western Thought

Lecture Note 12 – Thayer – Missiological Implications of Anthropology, Psychology, and Religion

 

Figure 1 – History of Western Worldviews

Figure 2 – Brief History of Different Schools of Anthropological Theory

Figure 3 – Trends in Missions

Figure 4 – Levels of Mental Construction, Cultural Knowledge

Figure 5 – Systems Approach to the Study of Humans

 

Student Paper 1 – David Price Response Paper

 

Other 1 – The Pascal Centre Flier

 

Reading 1 – Wiebe – Explanation and the Scientific Study of Religion

Reading 2 – Geertz – Religion as a Cultural System

Reading 3 – Internationalization of the Social Sciences and Humanities

 

Integration 2

 

Lecture Note 1 – History

Lecture Note 2 – Hiebert’s Experience with Integration

Lecture Note 3 – Three Models of Integration

Lecture Note 4 – Problem Solving

Lecture Note 5 – Idealism

Lecture Note 6 – Is Science Relevant to Theology

Lecture Note 7 – Critiques of Kuhn

Lecture Note 8 – Laudin’s Model and Theology

Lecture Note 9 – A Christian Critique of Social Science Theory

 

Figure 1 – Attraction Ladder

Figure 2 – Levels of Mental Construction

Figure 3 – A Model of Mathematics

 

Student Paper 1 – Ingertson – Paradigms in Psychology and Theology

Student Paper 2

 

Bibliography 1 – Complementarity

Biblioraphy 2 – Models and the Positivistic Tradition

 

Reading 1 – Ingertson – The Relevance of Science to Theology

Reading 2 – Ingertson – Models in the Positivist Tradition

Reading 3 – Slotten – Exoteric and Esoteric Modes of Apprehension

Reading 4 – Lyon – Valuing in Social Science

Reading 5 – MacKenzie – Behaviorism and Positism

Reading 6 – Laudin – Progress and its Problems

Reading 7 – Malony – From Galileo to Whitehead

Reading 8 – Thomas – On the Uncertainty of Science

Reading 9 – Jastrow – Have Astronomers Found God

Reading 10 – Mangan – Piaget’s Theory and Cultural Differences

Reading 11 – Durham – Evil and God

Reading 12 – Foss – Does Don Juan Really Fly

Reading 13 – Solomon – Scientific Rationality and Human Reasoning

Reading 14 – Riegel – The Dialectics of Human Development

Reading 15 – Agassi – The Nature of Scientific Problems and Their Roots in Metaphysics

Reading 16 – Cole – The Integration of Psychology and Theology

Reading 17 – Theoretical Conceptinos of Culture-Personality Relations

Reading 18

 

Integration 1

 

Lecture Note 1 – Introduction

Lecture Note 2 – The Epistemological Shift and Some Theological Implications

Lecture Note 3 – Kuhn – The Structure of Scientific Revolutions

Lecture Note 4 – Is Science Relevant to Theology

Lecture Note 5 – Fuzzy Sets

Lecture Note 6 – Mascal – Christian Theology and Natural Science

Lecture Note 7 – Eillenberger – Protestant Thought and Natural Science

Lecture Note 8 – Relationships between Science and Theology

Lecture Note 9 – Coulson – Science and Christian Belief

Lecture Note 10 – Science and Scripture

Lecture Note 11 – Whitehead – Religion and Science

Lecture Note 12 – Devanandan – The concept of Maya

Lecture Note 13 – A Case Study in the Integration of Science and Religion

 

Figure 1 – Basic Epistemological Positions

Figure 2 – The Evolution of Basic Color Term Systems

 

Student Paper 1

Student Paper 2 – From Galileo to Whitehead

 

Other 1 – Information for Dr. Hiebert

Other 2 – Amoss and Keyes – Suggested Readings in the Philosophy of Science Relevant to Anthropology

Other 3 – Statement of Faith

 

Bibliography 1 – Naturalistic Epistemology

Bibliography 2 – Paradigms and the History of Psychology

Bibliography 3 – Theological Issues and the Social Sciences – Epistemology

Bibliography 4 – Additional Readings for M609, P581

Bibliography 5 – Epistemology and Theology

Bibliography 6 – Models and the Positivistic Tradition

Bibliography 7

Bibliography 8 – Optional Readings

 

Hiebert Article 1 – Epistemological Foudnations for Science and Theology

Hiebert Article 2 – The Missiological Implications of an Epistemological Shift

 

Reading 1 – History of Logic, Foundations of Mathematics

Reading 2 – Hanson – Does God Have a Body

Reading 3 – Unidentified Article

Reading 4 – Neidhardt – Faith and Human Understanding

Reading 5 – Hatfield – Science and Christianity

Reading 6 – Hefley – What Can an Honest Scientist Believe

Reading 7 – Cole – The Integration of Psychology and Theology

Reading 8 – Thomas – On the Uncertainty of Science

Reading 9 – Ragan and Malony – Psychologists and Religion

Reading 10 – Jastrow – Science and Creation

Reading 11 – Integration and the Fuller Graduate School of Psychology

Reading 12 – Malony – Finch Symposium on Psychology and Religion

 

Hinduism in India

 

Syllabus – ME 835, Christianity Encounters South and Southeast Asian Religions

 

Lecture Note 1 – History of Hinduism and Key Concepts

Lecture Note 2 – Fundamental Assumptions of the Indian World View

Lecture Note 3 – A Comparison of Hinduism and Christianity

Lecture Note 4 – Indian Worldview

Lecture Note 5 – Modern Missions in India

Lecture Note 6 – The Origins of Buddhism

Lecture Note 7 – Buddhism in China

Lecture Note 8 – Buddhism in India

Lecture Note 9 – Zen Buddhism

Lecture Note 10 – Concepts of Buddhism

Lecture Note 11 – Bibliography on Buddhism

Lecture Note 12 – Ancestor Veneration in Japan

Lecture Note 13 – Sikhism

 

Chart 1 – Goals and Paths of Attainment of Religions

 

Table 1

 

Reading 1 – The Sikhs and Their Religion

 

Hinduism & Buddhism

 

Syllabus

 

Lecture Note 1 – History of Hinduism

Lecture Note 2 – Worldview of Hinduism

Lecture Note 3 – Hinduism

Lecture Note 4 – Mission to Hindus

Lecture Note 5 – New Age

Lecture Note 6 – Christianity and the Non-Christian Religions

Lecture Note 7 – Buddhism

Lecture Note 8 – Sikhism

Lecture Note 9

Lecture Note 10

Lecture Note 11

Lecture Note 12

Lecture Note 13

Lecture Note 14

 

Other – Mission Directory

 

Bibliography 1

 

Reading 1 – Middleton – Hindu Reformers

Reading 2 – Marriott – The Feast of Love

Reading 3 – Blackburn – Death and Deification

Reading 4 – Heim – The Contexts for Christian Theology in India

Reading 5 – An English Translation of Transcendental Meditation’s Initiatory Puja

Reading 6 – Communicating the Gospel to Hindus

Reading 7 – The Buddha Pedestals

Reading 8 – The Legend and the Life

Reading 9 – Truth and Tradition in Buddhism

Reading 10 – The Sikhs and Their Religion

 

Glossolalia

 

Bibliography 1

Bibliography 2

 

Student Paper 1

Student Paper 2

Student Paper 3

Student Paper 4

Student Paper 5

 

Reading 1 – Tippett – Glossolalia as Spirit Possession

Reading 2 – McGraw – Tongues or Not

Reading 3 – Speaking in Tongues

Reading 4 – A Survey of Glossolalia and Related Phenomena in Non-Christian Religions

Reading 5 – Bunn – Glossolalia in Historical Perspective

Reading 6 – Glossolalia as Language

Reading 7 – Mills – Glossalalia as Sociopsychological Experience

Reading 8 – Mills – Ecstaticism as a Background for Glossolalia

Reading 9 – Seven Theories

Reading 10 – Hine – Pentecostal Glossolalia

Reading 11 – Richardson – Psychological Interpretations of Glossolalia

Reading 12 – Samarin – Making sense of Glossolalic Nonsense

Reading 13 – Samarin – Glossolalia as a Vocal Phenomenon

Reading 14 – Goodman – Phonetic Analysis of Glossolalia

Reading 15 – Ruark – Falsities of Modern Tongues

Reading 16 – C.S. Lewis