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The 2001 CBFA Conference was hosted Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, IL.
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John Brown University
Separation of school and state
Arnott, DaveMartindale, Bobbie
Dallas Baptist University
Christianity and capitalism: Correlation or causality?
Bovee, Steven L.Roller, Robert H.Andrews, Brett K.
Roberts Wesleyan Coll.LeTourneau UniversityLeTourneau University
Bricks without straw: The unique challenges of Christian business school leadership
Brower, Jack E.
Summary of devotions in accounting
Tensions facing Christians in business: A proposed framework for guiding students
Chan, K. Caleb
Spring Arbor University
Does instructor witness and character matter in student perception of faculty performance and course quality?
Chewning, Richard C.
A dozen styles of Biblical integration: Assimilating the mind of Christ
Daake, DonFitzgerald, Patrick
Olivet Nazarene U.
What’s hot - what’s not: A perspective from the “real world”
Deming, Jonathan C.
A Biblical faith embedded principles of macroeconomics
El Naggar, A. Osh
Taxes and the role of government from a Biblical perspective
Fields, W. Calvin
Uncertainty management and government regulation
Hagenbuch, David J.
Morality for sale? Embracing a Christian ethic in the face of a business divestment: A personal case analysis
Halberg, Richard A.
Student managed endowment funds: Putting investment theory and ethical investing into practice
Homan, Scott R.Sandall, Darrell
Purdue UniversitySkillsNet Corporation
Introduction to utilizing the US Department of Labor’s Occupational Information Network taxonomy to provide on-target curriculum based on a revolutionary job analysis practice
Johnson, Sharon G.Smith, Galen
Perspectives on competition: Christian and otherwise
Kilmer, RobertDose, Jennifer
Is “effort or results” enough in a Christian business classroom?
Catching and rewarding: A motivation technique
Faith integration - business style: Another perspective from the “real world”
Lantos, Geoffrey P.
The ethicality of altruistic corporate social responsibility
Putting it all together, helping accounting majors understand and critique financial statements from the perspective of their coursework in the business core, the liberal arts core, and theology
Lynn, Monty L.Coburn, Tim C.Swinney, J. VincentWinegeart, Michael
Abilene Christian U.
Assessing spiritual development in business students: Lessons learned and a suggested process
Lynn, MontyArmstrong, KenGriggs, Jack A.Head, TomJohnson, DavidLewis, Philip V.Lytle, Richard S.Reinsch, N. LamarSurdyk, Lisa K.
Abilene Christian U.Anderson UniversityAbilene Christian U.George Fox U.Azusa Pacific U.Abilene Christian U.Seattle Pacific U.
Survivors: A Christian business faculty cloud of witnesses
Monhollon, Jimmie R.
Free enterprise and the Christian worldview
St. Ambrose University
Breaking the ice with a gutted rooster: Discussion management and the dignity of work
Redmer, TimothyBurger, Kenneth J.
The integration of faith and learning in finance and marketing using a case approach
Redmer, TimothyKing, Jacque L.
Financial planning: From the Bible to the internet
Revenaugh, D. Lance
The message and its source: Foundational principles for research and information management
Surdyk, Lisa K.Diddams, Margaret A.D.
Seattle Pacific U.
The love of money in America: The costs of affluence through the eyes of faith
Swicegood, PhilipWilliams, PhilipGraham, VanNeureuther, Brian
Wofford CollegeGarder-Webb Univ.Indiana State Univ.
Business ethics: Does it matter what you believe, does in matter what you are taught?
VanderVeen, StevePorter, Brian E.
Calvin CollegeHope College
St. Augustine: A role model for Christian business faculty
White, Lynn S.
Trinity Christian College
Change in accounting education and its impact on Christian liberal arts colleges and universities
Wright, Marshal H.Winston, Bruce
Oral Roberts U.Regent University
A combined model of cybernetics and dynamic social impact communication theory applied to learning and faith integration in faith-based educational institutions utilizing internet distance-learning programs
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