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Doing Good, Departing from Evil

Research Findings in the Twenty-First Century


Carole J. Lambert

Contents: Carole J. Lambert: Introduction – Thomas Allbaugh: When Good Meaning Is Hard to Find: Reading Flannery O’Connor’s Good Man as a Quest for the Good – Mark A. Eaton: Do the Right Thing: Ernest Gaines’s A Lesson before Dying – Thomas Parham: Why Do Heathens Make the Best Christian Films? (The Remix) – Kimberly Battle-Walters Denu: For Better or Worse. . . Is Marriage a Good Thing? Christian Women Give Advice to Singles before They Say «I Do» – Chinaka S. DomNwachukwu: Through the Eyes of Faith: The Mandate of Teacher Goodness – Karen A. Longman: Maximizing the College Experience: Drawing out the Best in Students – Beverly Hardcastle Stanford: Through Wise Eyes: Thriving Elder Women’s Perspectives on Thriving in Elder Adulthood – Kathleen Tangenberg: Spiritual and Moral Dimensions of Faith Related Social Services – Robert Duke: Peacemaking Left Behind: Can Orthopathy Help Evangelicals Promote Peace? – Kevin S. Reimer: The Transforming Moment: Compassionate Love and Disability in L’Arche – Why Research «Good» Topics? Statements by the Authors about Why They Chose Their Subjects.