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The Crusader, Vol. 55, 2000-2001

Student Newspaper of Northwest Nazarene College

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The Crusader, Vol. 54, 1999-2000

Student Newspaper of Northwest Nazarene College

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The Mediator - Volume VIII, Issue 1 April 2011

This volume of The Mediator is dedicated to broadly missiological interests. It represents only some of the research, thinking and emphasis of the Donald Owens School of World Mission, located on the campus of Asia-Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary. There are many other exciting areas that capture our attention today as well. Among these is the anti-human trafficking movement and our own Step-UP Program—an educational preventative program aimed especially at out-of-school youth. There is also the cutting edge Cyber-Mission emphasis represented by a recent Cyber-Cultural E-missions Consultation held under sponsorship of DOSWM that explored both how to utilize cyber space for missions, and cyber space as a mission field in itsown right. It was led by one of our own APNTS graduates, Professor Emil Kaburuan who is completing his Ph.D. dissertation in Taiwan. There are the developments of web-radio, which was demonstrated by two of our APNTS students,and web-tv. But these are all things for a future edition of The Mediator.This volume deals with other equally interesting aspects of missiology. The lead article is mine this time. It is an article dealing with the constant change inthe practice of missions. Change has alwaysbeen a factor in missions. The difference now is the rate and scope of change. We are living in a time when change ishappening much more rapidly due largely to technological advances; change oftencan have a world-wide impact. Think of the things like the social phenomenon of FACEBOOK, which infour short years has 500,000,000 users across the generational spectrum.Robert Bickert offers a very insightful article into the urban mix of Islam and Christianity. Thisarticle was urged to have been published quite some time ago, but it is our privilege now to be able to bring it to you in the pages of The Mediator. This is a case study conducted in Sierra Leone West Africa, but it has implications in many urban settings today. We trust you will find some enduring principles that may inform your own present or future ministries.Alexander Schipp is a 2000 graduate of Asia-Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary. He givesus a short case study based in the Philippine context. We appreciate his keen insights and observations. The twin concern of missions, and indeed Christian ministryin general, is both to exegete the gospel message welland to exegete the people with whom we minister at the same time.We are publishing a summary of Jarrett Davis’s thesis about social identity of a community of people in the Philippines who are part of a church plant. This is the first time we have published such a summary. We recommend this case study to you for its fine insights into the social dynamics of people in a Christian ministry setting related to church planting methodology.

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Trevechoes, 1965-1966

The official student newspaper of Trevecca Nazarene University

Editor:  Dick Bailey
Associate Editor:  Nancy Carter
Business Manager:  Annetta Osenton
Faculty Advisor:  Barbara McClain

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Trevechoes, 1964-1965

The Official student newspaper of Trevecca Nazarene University

Editor:  Dick Bailey
Associate Editor:  Jean Cranshaw
Business Manager:  Eugenia Cloud
Faculty Advisor:  Barbara McClain

 

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The Mediator - Volume X, Issue 1 December 2014

The present issue may be regarded as an epistemological sampler. Each article takes a distinctive approach to ways of knowing. Our first article, from professors Kwon and Crizaldo, takes a decidedly modern tack yet reaches a markedly post-modern conclusion. Using the standard tools of qualitative social sciences, they tackle the problem of knowledge, attitudes, and practices relative to dengue prevention in a community located adjacent to the Asia-Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary.

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Mapping of Surface Fire in Forested Biomes from Hyperspatial Imagery using Machine Learning

Submitted to the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts

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Identifying Prostate Cancer in Biopsy Images using a Support Vector Machine and Decision Tree

Submitted to the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Science

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