Dr. Douglas Hayward discusses marriage practices from a biblical perspective.
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by Douglas Hayward
October 27, 2011
Dr. Douglas Hayward discusses polygamous and monogamous marriage practices in various cultures.
November 1, 2011
November 3, 2011
Dr. Douglas Hayward discusses kinship systems in various cultures.
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from ANTH 200: General Cultural Anthropology
October 27, 2011
from ISAN 507: Cultural Anthropology
February 1, 1999
Dr. Douglas Hayward looks at several practices and requirements that compose various marriage systems. In this lecture, Dr. Hayward assesses key marriage topics such as marital eligibility, polygam...
October 25, 2011
Dr. Douglas Hayward asks the big question in regards to different marriage customs across the world. Who can marry whom? Hayward also discusses incest taboos in world cultures and throughout the ...
from Cape Town Lausanne Simulcast
by Douglas Pennoyer
October 25, 2010
In this session of the Lausanne Congress, a panel representing Christians from Iran, Lebanon, Egypt, Palestine and North Africa speak about the situation of the Church in the Middle East. Led by Dr...
October 27, 2010
This session of the Lausanne Congress focuses on the Church in Asia. Two Christian speakers from India address the topics of human trafficking and slavery. Led by Dr. Doug Pennoyer, students discus...
October 29, 2010
Dr. Judith Mendelsohn Rood reports on the Lausanne Congress and shows two videos from the conference on the topic of reconciliation in Christ, particularly among Jews and Palestinian believers. It ...
from SICS: Social Anthropology
by Sherwood Lingenfelter
September 1, 1997
Dr. Sherwood Lingenfelter shows how marriage is a primary social contract and what expectations are synonymous to that. He lectures on different types of marriage to highlight patterns in social or...
from The Common Room
by Janelle Aijian, Mark Makin, and Joe Henderson
February 10, 2017
When it comes to marriage, should you be practical or idealistic? Professors Janelle Aijan, Mark Makin, and Joe Henderson weigh in on this question using Jane Austen's work as a source of discussion.
from The Good Book Blog
by John Hutchison
March 25, 2011
In a recently posted blog (Marriage: The Power of Communication), I quoted Ephesians 4:29 to affirm the healing power of spirit-controlled communication between a husband and wife : "Let no unwhole...