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- 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.
- THE INTELLECTUAL LEGACY OF MARK NOLL. Porter, Laura Rominger; Carter, Heath W. // Fides et Historia;Summer/Fall2016, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p21
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses the career of Mark Noll, a historian specializing in the history of Christianity in the U.S.
- 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.
- 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.
- TRAGIC NECESSITY. Rittgers, Ronald K. // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Jan2015, Issue 249, p13
A letter to the editor is presented that responds to the article "The Reformation at Five Hundred" by Thomas Albert Howard and Mark A. Noll in the November 2014 issue.