A swarm of the δ-proteobacterium Myxococcus xanthus is a distributed system; a population of superposable automata whose distribution is transparent so that it appears as one machine. These swarms...
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Dissertation, Creighton University, 2015.The purpose of this qualitative, transcendental phenomenological study was to explore the impact of nurses’ faith on their ability to provide the spiritual...
Senior Honors Research Capstone Project, March 23, 2015.
ABSTRACT Dignity appears to have been an important concept in ancient times, the Middle Ages, through the Renaissance to the present. It is an intrinsic component of nursing practice. However, there...
Creating Space for God in the Lives of Millennials by Leveraging Technology to Practice a Spiritual Discipline Modeled by Christ
Today’s Millennials, the first generation to reach their majority in this millennium, often compartmentalize their faith lives from their social and work lives. MidAmerica Nazarene University (MNU)...
Analytical perspectives on three groundbreaking composers for guitar: Villa-Lobos, Martin, and Britten
Submitted to the graduate degree program in Music Theory and the Graduate Faculty of the University of Kansas in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy...
A Mega Church and Jesus' Fully Devoted Followers: Westlink Christian Church-Viewing the Forest and Trees Together
This research project’s contention is that mega churches have wrestled uniquely, (and perhaps more in some cases), to define a fully devoted follower of Jesus Christ and provide a church setting...
Abstract: For over 50 years the profession of nursing has voiced the belief that the level of the Baccalaureate Degree should be required for entry into the practice of professional nursing. Despite...
The Pastor as a Self-differntiated Leader Nurtured by a Confluence of Grace Engaging Wesleyan Sprititual Disciplines
This thesis deals with how the spiritual disciplines as a means of grace informs the process of increased self-differentiation enabling the Pastor to bring helpful skills and perspectives for working...