Faculty members participate in a variety of activities that contribute to communal scholarship and develop serviceable insight, all with an eye to equipping others to work effectively toward Christ-centered renewal in all aspects of contemporary life.

For works by faculty arranged by departments, please visit Faculty Work: By Department.

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Submissions from 1975

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Studies in Paul's Technique and Theology (Book Review), James A. De Jong, Book Review

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Theatrical Realism Raked, James Koldenhoven, Incidentally

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Theology of the New Testament (Book Review), John C. Vander Stelt, Book Review

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Understanding the Old Testament (Book Review), Wayne A. Kobes, Book Review

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Undoing the Evil Made of Good, James Koldenhoven, Incidentally

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What is Number?, Willis J. Alberda, Feature Article

Submissions from 1974

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Antithesis in Biology, Gary Parker, Feature Article

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Antithesis in Physical Science, Russell W. Maatman, Feature Article

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Attack on and Defense of Debate, Daryl Vander Kooi, Feature Article

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Christian Astronomy vs. Secular Astronomy, Richard G. Hodgson, Feature Article

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Confessional Scholarship?, Nick Van Til, Feature Article

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Department Emphasis Week Lectures, Al Mennega, Incidentally

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Editorial, John B. Hulst, Editorial

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Editorial, John B. Hulst, Editorial

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Editorial, John B. Hulst, Editorial

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Editorial, John B. Hulst, Editorial

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Everybody Can Know (Book Review), Merle Meeter, Book Review

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Grammar Confusion and Some Guidelines, Case J. Boot and John Struyk, Feature Article

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Love Therapy (Book Review), Ken Bussema, Book Review

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Meeting the Demands of Our Heritage, B. J. Haan, Feature Article

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Professor Stoker on Campus (con't.), Bev Bandstra, Incidentally

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Professor Stoker on Campus (continued), James Koldenhoven, Incidentally

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Recent Covenant Studies and the Reformed Believer, Wayne A. Kobes, Feature Article

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Scripture Fundamentals, the Christian Scientist, and the Antithesis, Al Mennega, Feature Article

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Sharing in Community Facilities, James Koldenhoven, Incidentally