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  1. Fowler's Stages of Faith Development in an Honors Science‐and‐Religion Seminar.Allen C. Gathman & Craig L. Nessan - 1997 - Zygon 32 (3):407-414.
    According to Paul Tillich's understanding of religion as “ultimate concern,” a religious dimension is implicit in all university curricula. A science‐and‐religion course, such as one taught at Southeast Missouri State University, can offer students the opportunity to integrate their worldview, taking seriously both religious ideas and scientific information. Assignments based on A. E. Lawson's model of a learning cycle provide a vehicle for evaluating significant student learning leading toward fuller integration. The stages of faith developed by James W. Fowler serve (...)
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  2. Transforming Leadership: New Vision for a Church In Mission.Norma Cook Everist & Craig L. Nessan - 2008
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  3. Beyond Maintenance to Mission: A Theology of the Congregation.Craig L. Nessan - 1999
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    Free in deed: the heart of Lutheran ethics.Craig L. Nessan - 2022 - Minneapolis: Fortress Press.
    Free in Deed provides an imaginative and succinct introduction to Lutheran ethics, which author Craig L. Nessan contends is, finally, neighbor ethics. The gospel of Jesus Christ sets us free to serve the well-being of our neighbors and all of creation. This Lutheran framework provides a distinctive approach for navigating social issues in tumultuous times."--back cover.
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    Sex, Aggression, and Pain: Sociobiological Implicatios for Theological Anthropology.Craig L. Nessan - 1998 - Zygon 33 (3):443-454.
    Theological anthropology can be enriched by paying attention to insights into human behavior taken from sociobiology. The capacity for reflective self‐consciousness enables the human animal to respond to basic instincts and drives in unprecedented ways. Humans follow gender‐specific sexual strategies, display aggressive behavior, and respond to physical pain as do other animals. Yet human beings have the intellectual ability to express these tendencies uniquely in either destructive or constructive ways. The human being, unlike any other animal, must reckon with sexual (...)
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  6. Shalom Church: The Body of Christ as Ministering Community.Craig L. Nessan - 2010
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