Winter 2001
Volume 5 Number 2



On the cover -The sanctuary of Miller Chapel, with its center pulpit, communion table, new organ, and grand piano, invites worshippers to worship God in the beauty of holiness. 
Photo by Chrissie Knight.

All Things Bright and Beautiful: Miller Chapel and Scheide Hall Give Glory to God
Miller Chapel, its renovation completed, and Scheide Hall, the first campus building of the twenty-first century, give glory to God as they open their doors to the Seminary community.
by Barbara A. Chaapel

One of Scheideís New Tenants: PTSís Director of Student Counseling
Nancy Schongalla-Bowman begins her work as the Seminaryís first full-time director of student counseling.
by Barbara A. Chaapel

To Be Boring or to Be Bored: That Is the Question
The psychodynamics of both preacher and congregation influence the effectiveness of preaching.
by Robert C. Dykstra

The Master Key: Unlocking the Relationship of Theology and Psychology
Reformed theologian Karl Barthís reflections on the Chalcedonian pattern of thought offer help in understanding the relationship between theology and psychology.
by Deborah van Deusen Hunsinger


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In This Issue

Features

All Things Bright and Beautiful
One of Scheideís New Tenants: PTSís Director of Student Counseling
To Be Boring or to Be Bored: That Is the Question
The Master Key: Unlocking the Relationship of Theology and Psychology

Departments

From the President's desk
Letters to the Editor
outStanding in the Field
Class Notes
End Things
Student Life
On & Off Campus
Alumni/ae Update
Investing in Ministry
inSpire Staff

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