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Concerning Afflictions On The Just And The Unjust | Zacharius Ursinus

Excerpted from his book,

A Commentary on the Heidelberg Catechism

CONCERNING AFFLICTIONS

There are three questions which particularly claim our attention in regard to afflictions: 3,609 more words

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Chris receives teaching grant to design new biophysical lab

Chris has received a small grant from Ursinus College’s Teaching and Learning Institute (TLI), known as the Grants for Pedagogical Innovation and Experimentation. These grants are intended to financially support new curricular development (among other things), and so appropriately enough, Chris submitted a proposal entitled: “Biophysical Techniques Lab: Design of laboratory applications to better support lecture material.” The inspiration for this proposal stems from having… 79 more words

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#365 - A History of the Catholic Church - Bishop of a Divided City

The death of Jovian leads to the advent of the Valentinian Dynasty and the split of the empire between the pro-Nicene Valentinian in the West and his pro-Homoean brother Valens as ruler of the East. 196 more words

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A (second) Visitor comes to our Village!

We had another visitor in our village this week! On Wednesday we got the chance to meet Deb Boyer, the project manager for the digital archive, … 597 more words

My Ursinus Legacy

So this post is piggy-backing off of the post “Because of Ursinus” as I’m once again talking about Ursinus and all of its wonderful things.   282 more words

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Field Hockey: Sea Gulls headed to the Final Four in Geneva, NY after gritty 1-0 win over Ursinus

By Zach Gilleland

Staff Writer

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The No. 2 Salisbury University field hockey team lives to play another day after grinding out a gutsy 1-0 win over Ursinus College Sunday in the third round of the NCAA Tournament. 848 more words

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Field Hockey: Despite offensive struggles, Salisbury advances into Elite Eight

By Zach Gilleland

Staff Writer

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The No. 2 Salisbury University field hockey team advanced into the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament Saturday, shutting out Kenyon College 3-0 despite a sluggish game offensively. 758 more words

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