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Websites and surveys useful for research

Dr. Richard Swinburne on campus this week

This week, Dr. Richard Swinburne visits our campus as the keynote lecturer for the Sophia Forum (sponsored by the Department of Philosophy). He will be speaking in Munson Chapel on November 14th and 15th at 7pm. On Thursday evening he … Continue reading

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Web Resources: Khan Academy

Has it been awhile since you have studied (fill in the blank) …statistics, algebra, geometry? Want to know a little more about issues in finance or chemical equations? Did you hear about the Mark Rothko vandalism – but not really … Continue reading

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Rounding up recent religious news – July 2012.

Black Women are among the country’s most religious groups. An article which appeared in the Washington Post on July 6th and funded in part by the Kaiser Family Foundation, says that as a group, Black women are among the most … Continue reading

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APU Libraries on Facebook

My colleague Kimberley Stephenson regularly posts updates on a Facebook page on behalf of the University Libraries. If you like to keep up to date with all of our news, make sure you check out Azusa Pacific University Libraries on … Continue reading

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Great Resource for Religious News

I subscribe to Religion and Ethics NewsWeekly (a great resource to summarize the religious news of the week from around the world) and today there is a re-print of a post of an interview with the late Madeline L’Engle, as … Continue reading

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New Database: Cambridge Collections Online

I mentioned earlier this week that we had added to our Past Masters database – a wonderful resource for seeking primary sources. We also have added the Cambridge Companions Online Database for Philosophy, Religion and Culture. This is a marvelous … Continue reading

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Survey Resources

I had the opportunity to guest lecture in our Doctor of Ministry program last week and we spent some time discussing sources of religious survey data. One of the resources that I thought others might be interested in, are the … Continue reading

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Free Museum Day!

I love visiting museums! Art museums, historical museums, gardens, research institutes …even presidential libraries (see my earlier post here). The Smithsonian Magazine has introduced a special program called Museum Day to encourage people to visit a museum for free on … Continue reading

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National Letter Writing Week

The second week of January celebrates National Letter Writing Week (Jan 9th-15th, 2011). While I’m moderately a letter writer, I find it’s often much easier to send a quick note via email or Facebook.¬†Although I love hand making notecards and … Continue reading

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Two more related great resources!

I realized after writing up the Wabash Center that, well, I couldn’t just leave it at that …because the Lilly Endowment has so generously funded a variety of initiatives that provide great resources for ideas and dialogue within Christian higher … Continue reading

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