CUDS

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CUDSCenter for Urban Development Studies (US and India)
CUDSCarleton University Debating Society (Ottawa, Canada)
CUDSCooperative University Dairy Students (Washington State University)
CUDSCampbell University Divinity School (Buies Creek, NC)
CUDSCumulative Data Statistics (US NASA)
CUDSColumbia University Disability Scale (Columbia University; New York)
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edu) and the Campbell University Divinity School have announced the establishment of a new dual degree program.
Reviewed by Glenn Jonas, Charles B Howard Professor of Religion and Chair of the Department of Religion, Campbell University Divinity School, Buies Creek, North Carolina.
PAMELA ROBINSON DURSO Campbell University Divinity School Buies Creek, North Carolina
Truett Theological Seminary, Baylor University 1994 (a) Brite Divinity School Baptist Studies Program, Texas Christian University 1995 (b) James and Carolyn McAfee School of Theology, Mercer University 1996 (a) Campbell University Divinity School 1996 (a) Mars Hill Graduate, Seattle 1997 (a) The John Leland Center for Theological Studies 1997 (a) Wake Forest University Divinity School 1999 (a) Baptist Seminary of Kentucky 2002 (a) B.
Harmon, formerly a professor at Campbell University Divinity School and now at Beeson Divinity School of Samford University, provides a vision for a Baptist future that is intimately connected to and largely dependent upon the larger Christian (Catholic) tradition.
Reviewed by Lydia Huffman Hoyle, associate professor of church history and Baptist heritage, Campbell University Divinity School, Buies Creek, North Carolina.
I was first introduced to the Pentecostal Free Will Baptist Church in 1999 by one of my students at Campbell University Divinity School.
Lydia Hoyle of Campbell University Divinity School has produced a revealing study of the role of the Southern Baptist Woman's Missionary Union (WMU) in training young Baptist women for leadership in the church, (12) and the WMU as an organization of strong-willed and highly-dedicated women deserves more intensive study.
from Baylor University, she served from 1999 to 2003 as assistant professor of church history and Baptist heritage at the Campbell University Divinity School.
Durso has served as assistant professor of church history and Baptist heritage at Campbell University Divinity School since 1999.
Harmon, Campbell University Divinity School (first place), Marc Mullinax, Mars Hill College (second place), and Bruce A.
Reviewed by Pamela Robinson Durso, assistant professor of church history, Campbell University Divinity School, Buries Creek, North Carolina.
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