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TitleDateCreatorPublication TypeInstitution
Bruce Cockburn: Canadian, Christian, Conservationist2013Allen, Aaron S.FacultyGeography, Environment, and Sustainability, UNCG
Early Christian teachings on Jews: a necessary cause of the Nazi antisemitism that informed ...2010Sanzenbacher, Carolyn StudentHistory, UNCG
How the Virtues of an Interpreter Presuppose and Perfect Hermeneutics: The Case of Thomas Aq...1996Rogers, Eugene F.FacultyReligious Studies, UNCG
Isaac in the Eucharist2002Rogers, Eugene F.FacultyReligious Studies, UNCG
Joseph the Smith and the Salvational Transformation of Matter in Early Medieval Europe2006Helms, Mary W.FacultyAnthropology , UNCG
The Liturgical Body2000Rogers, Eugene F.FacultyReligious Studies, UNCG
Nature with water and the Spirit: a response to Rowan Williams2003Rogers, Eugene F.FacultyReligious Studies, UNCG
“Pray if you want to:” a reevaluation of religion in the fiction of Ernest J. Gaines2010Kelly, Evelyn E.StudentEnglish, UNCG
Prayer, Christoformity, and the Author: New Sites of Discussion for Theology2014Rogers, Eugene F.FacultyReligious Studies, UNCG
Re-mystifying the exhibition of medieval sacred objects2012Wall, Natalie LentzStudentInterior Architecture, UNCG
[Review] Terry G. Sherwood, Herbert’s Prayerful Art.1991Hodgkins, Christopher T.FacultyEnglish, UNCG
The Self and the Sacred: Conversion and Autobiography in Early American Protestantism (revie...2010Yarbrough, Stephen R.FacultyEnglish, UNCG
Supplementing Barth on Jews and Gender: Identifying God by Anagogy and the Spirit1998Rogers, Eugene F.FacultyReligious Studies, UNCG
Systematic Theology Vol. I [book review]1999Rogers, Eugene F.FacultyReligious Studies, UNCG
Thomas and Barth in Convergence on Romans 11996Rogers, Eugene F.FacultyReligious Studies, UNCG
The Whale, the Whaler, and the World: An Ecocritical Evaluation of Melville's Moby-Dick2021Davidson, Matthew StudentEnglish, UNCG
"Yet I love thee": The "Wayes of Learning" and "Groveling Wit" in Herbert's "The Pearl"2004Hodgkins, Christopher T.FacultyEnglish, UNCG