BAHÁNDÌAN is the institutional repository of the Central Philippine University for the management, dissemination, and preservation of digital materials that represent the scholarly work of the academic community and its affiliates and their faculty members and students.

BAHÁNDÌAN is a university repository providing access to the publication output of the Central Philippine University and its affiliates. Access is generally unrestricted, in compliance with the Open Archives Initiative (OAI) protocol for metadata harvesting, which makes such archives interoperable and cross-searchable.

BAHÁNDÌAN is a Hiligaynon term for a treasure chest (Uy-Griño, 2005). This institutional repository symbolizes a trove of valuable scholarly works of the institution. This digital repository is established to provide open, online access to the University's research and scholarship, to preserve these works for future generations, to promote new models of scholarly communication, and to help deepen community understanding of the value of higher education.

Uy-Griño, E. (2005). Diksyonaryo: Hiligaynon-English/ English-Hiligaynon. Iloilo City, Philippines: Central Philippine University

This repository is managed by the Henry Luce III Library of the University.

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  • On truth, propaganda, and lies in Philippine politics 

    Molinos, Modesto B. Jr. (Institute of Advanced Theological Studies (IATS) and College of Theology, 2005)
    Is there any biblico-theological frame of reference wherein the issues prompted by the title above could be assessed of its value?
  • R.P. Christianity: “Being Christian” and “being corrupt” 

    Urbien, Earl Jasper A. (Institute of Advanced Theological Studies (IATS) and College of Theology, 2005)
    When we entered the month of September 2003 almost all Filipinos around the world were shocked by the international news that the Philippines ranked 11th in the list of the most corrupt countries in the world and 3rd in ...
  • Philippine Christianity and corruption 

    Siacor, Mona Lisa P. (Institute of Advanced Theological Studies (IATS) and College of Theology, 2005)
    There are many instances when I have seen corruption to pay, the culprits getting away with their conduct and somehow gaining by it. No matter that they have committed an immorality, just as long as some cost has been cut, ...
  • The role of the Church on the present Philippine society 

    Landero, Excelyn C. (Institute of Advanced Theological Studies (IATS) and College of Theology, 2005)
    On January 19, 2000, College of Theology Students and Faculty/Staff members participated in the Central Philippine University Indignation Rally; and in the afternoon, they marched from Central Philippine University to ...
  • Managing faith resources 

    Bunda, Nestor D.; Faulan, Rea Angelica D.; Jalando-on, Francis Neil G.; Narciso, Jerson B. (Convention Baptist Ministers’ Association, Inc., 2003)
    This volume, Managing Faith Resources, offers a variety of published and unpublished works mostly coming from the CBMA membership. Most of these theological resources are not yet disseminated to the CBMA members. Moreover, ...

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