STILLPOINT Archive: last updated 08/07/2009

Alumni Books

Brad Davis ’76 wrote Like Those Who Dream (Antrim House, December 2008), the final volume of his four-part poem series entitled Opening King David, a meditation on the Book of Psalms.

In The Significance of Swans (Finishing Line Press, August 2008) Sørina (Kulberg) Higgins ’02 shares an intimate peek into her journey of doubt and faith, often turning to the natural and mythological worlds for answers to spiritual questions.

In Jesus’ Name—The History and Beliefs of Oneness Pentecostals
(Deo Publishing, March 2008), written by David Reed ’68B, is a complete study of Pentecostalism’s third stream, including origins, history and theology that surfaced during the Pentecostal Revival.

Stephen Vantassel ’87 wrote Dominion over Wildlife? An Environmental-Theology of Human-Wildlife Relations (Wipf and Stock, April 2009), in which he evaluates the biblical, ethical and scientific arguments made by the Christian animal rights movement and outlines “shepherdism,” a theology that helps Christians navigate complex questions regarding responsible use of God’s creation.

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Like Those Who Dream
Significance of Swans
In Jesus Name