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  • Towards a theology of death: Death in life and life in death 

    Diel, Domingo J. Jr. (Institute of Advanced Theological Studies (IATS) and College of Theology, 2006)
    A lecture about the Christian perspective on death.
  • Healing in the New Testament 

    Fabula, Nathaniel M. (Institute of Advanced Theological Studies (IATS) and College of Theology, 2007)
    An interest in physical healing was common to the nations of the ancient world. In most instances, healing was closely related with the religion of the people and often mixed with magic and superstition. Those who practiced ...
  • Challenges of globalization to Filipino families 

    Arandela, Milanie C. (Institute of Advanced Theological Studies (IATS) and College of Theology, 2007)
    Philippine families are in crisis situation nowadays. What affects them is not just a matter of internal relationship changes but a matter of both internal and external pressures which are caused by globalization. Globalization ...
  • Wolfhart Pannenberg: History as the validation of faith in the historical Jesus 

    Equiña, Limuel R. (Institute of Advanced Theological Studies (IATS) and College of Theology, 2007)
    One of the most significant developments in the Quest for the Historical Jesus is the continuing challenge posed by Lessing's ditch between faith and history or Bultmann's impasse on fact and significance. This timeless ...
  • Coping with death, separation and loss 

    Sodoy, Calixto C. (Institute of Advanced Theological Studies (IATS) and College of Theology, 2006)
    Grief is a normal process to a loss of a person (loved one), thing (precious possession) or relationships (friends, pets) for which we have cared deeply. Our goal is not to avoid grief but to deal with it wisely and ...
  • On ancient myths, religion and modernity with focus on the Filipino 

    Siacor, Mona Lisa P. (Institute of Advanced Theological Studies (IATS) and College of Theology, 2006)
    Ancient myths, religion and modernity spoken within the context of sociology and anthropology will primarily disable the inclusion of the Christian tenets within the preliminary discussions. This inclusion will be done on ...
  • The implications of the Pauline Theology of ΠΤΩΧΌΣ (PTOCHOS) and ΠΤΩΧΕΊΑ (PTOCHEIA) to the contemporary understanding of POOR and POVERTY among the deacons of the Convention of Philippine Baptist Churches in the Province of Iloilo 

    Pagara, Bernabe C. (Institute of Advanced Theological Studies (IATS) and College of Theology, 2006)
    The researcher recapitulates theological concepts gleaned from Paul’s theology of πτωχός and πτωχεία based on the above exegesis of selected passages (Galatians 2:10, Romans 15:26-27, 2 Corinthians 8:1-2, 9).
  • From multilateralism to ethics: The transformation of a practice 

    Ruiz, Lester Edwin J. (Institute of Advanced Theological Studies (IATS) and College of Theology, 2006)
    The “ethical demand,” if not religio-moral imperative, that intrudes from the theory and practice of “multilateralism,” has never been as important as it is today. Multilateralism itself, understood especially as a ...
  • Local governance vs. centralization: The case of pastors in the CPBC 

    Bunda, Nestor D.; Ciriaco, Joel A.; Jalando-on, Francis Neil G.; Java, Margen A.; Ruiz, Lester Edwin J.; Gico, Joniel Howard H. (Institute of Advanced Theological Studies (IATS) and College of Theology, 2005)
    This research endeavor seeks to determine preferences of CPBC pastors on local governance versus centralization. Specifically, the objectives of this study are as follows: 1) To determine the profile of the pastors ...
  • Nature religion, people's religion and universal religion: Classification of religion 

    Equiña, Limuel R. (Institute of Advanced Theological Studies (IATS) and College of Theology, 2005)
    The history of humanity shows that it is human nature to depend on a greater power that demonstrates control over the human race. This tendency to recognize the existence of a supernatural power governing the universe leads ...
  • Information technology: In the service of God’s people. Really? 

    Jalando-on, Francis Neil G. (Institute of Advanced Theological Studies (IATS) and College of Theology, 2005)
    It is wise for a student of Information Technology to learn from the legacy of Enlightenment. This Enlightenment period spawned the era of modernization, which led to global exploration, and eventually caused the Information ...
  • Come, let us create and recreate humans: A paper about genetic engineering 

    Sian, Cris Amorsolo V. (Institute of Advanced Theological Studies (IATS) and College of Theology, 2005)
    The term “genetic engineering” encapsulates people’s fear regarding future of science, since it is seen as having the potential to manipulate human nature. For some it is “playing God” in the most objectionable of ways. ...
  • National situationer: Roots of conflict and unpeace in the Philippines 

    Bunda, Nestor D. (Institute of Advanced Theological Studies (IATS) and College of Theology, 2005)
    Our topic, National Situationer: Roots of Conflict and Unpeace in the Philippines clearly asserts in itself (which I hope all of us can agree) the presence of conflict and unpeace (and it is not saying directly whether ...
  • 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, ...
  • Revisiting faith resources 

    Bunda, Nestor D.; Jalando-on, Francis Neil G.; Narciso, Jerson B. (Halad Prints Collective, 2002)
    This volume serves as a guide for the CBMA 61st Annual Assembly. This is a new and big breakthrough in the life of our association. We hope that this will serve as a reference for pastors in their ministry; and as a challenge ...
  • A moving faith: Life and ministry of Pastor Rodolfo Palmerola Acosta 

    Bunda, Nestor D.; Faulan, Rea Angelica D. (College of Theology, Central Philippine University, 2002)
    ""A Moving Faith" appropriately describes the life and ministry of Pastor Acosta. His is a faith and life that not only ―move mountains, but move and touch the hearts of people who have encountered him, listened to his ...

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