Cold Dawn at the Shelter
- At the end of a straight road. Noll, Mark A. // Christianity Today;5/17/93, Vol. 37 Issue 6, p19
Discusses some of the cultural and religious values common to the midwest section of the United States. Sights along Highway 30; Beauty of the landscape in this section of America; The author's observations and fond remembrances of his father, who recently passed away.
- WHERE IT'S AT. // U.S. Catholic;Oct2002, Vol. 67 Issue 10, p6
Presents quotations from theologian Mark Noll and Austrian Cardinal Franz KÃ¶nig regarding religion and Christianity.
- UNDERSTANDING EVANGELICALS. Neuhan, Richard John // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Nov2004, Issue 147, p65
Comments on several issues raised by the "Understanding American Evangelicals" discussion held by the Ethics and Public Policy Center in Washington, D.C. Mark Noll's answer to the question of how many evangelicals there are in America; Nature of the evangelical world in contemporary America;...
- Battle for the Bible. Noll, Mark // Christian Century;5/2/2006, Vol. 123 Issue 9, p20
An excerpt from the book "The Civil War As a Theological Crisis," by Mark Noll is presented.
- MARK NOLL. Riechers, Maggie // Humanities;Jan/Feb2007, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p33
The article profiles historian Mark Noll, recipient of the 2006 National Humanities Medal. Noll is the Francis A. McAney Professor of History at Notre Dame. As a historian, Noll has established himself as a leading scholar on the history of Christianity in the U.S. For Noll, the development of...
- "This is ... for you" Noll, Mark A. // Christianity & Literature;Spring2001, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p531
Presents the poem "This Is ... for You," by Mark A. Noll. First Line: Thick weight of years pressed down the old man's head; Last Line: upon such slender bridge as wine and bread.
- In Memoriam, Ruth Steffler. Noll, Mark A. // Christianity & Literature;Spring2001, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p532
Presents the poem "In Memoriam, Ruth Steffler," by Mark A. Noll. First Line: Today we sang of Jesus in the loft; Last Line: and dwellings are not made with human hands.
- Scots' Form in the Suburbs. Noll, Mark // Christian Century;6/1/2010, Vol. 127 Issue 11, p32
The poem "Scots' Form in the Suburbs," by Mark Noll, is presented. First Line: The sedentary Presbyterians; Last Line: of tiny cups and little crumbs of bread.
- Somewhere Every Day. Noll, Mark // Christian Century;6/1/2010, Vol. 127 Issue 11, p33
The poem "Somewhere Every Day," by Mark Noll, is presented. First Line: From South and East, from West and North they gather, Last Line: throughout the world and somewhere, somewhere every day.