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The psalmist confesses that “in your light we see light” (Ps. 36:9 NRSV). As faculty of Northwestern College, we too confess that God, who is light, makes possible and sustains our seeking knowledge and understanding. The Northwestern Review is not a peer-reviewed journal, but rather an academic online commons for the varied research of the college’s faculty—completed or in-progress, individually or in teams, within a single discipline or spanning more than one discipline. Within each issue of the Review, we bring into the light a bit of what we have sought to see along the way of our scholarly vocations, even if “only in part” (1 Cor. 13:12b).

Current Issue: Volume 2, Issue 1 (2017)

Front Matter

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Introduction
Douglas Firth Anderson, Greta Breukelman Grond, and Sara R. Huyser

Fine Arts Spotlight

Articles

Literature

Book Excerpt

Spiritual Reflection

Conference Paper or Presentation

Reviews

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A Sacred Consciousness: A Review
Douglas Firth Anderson

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Finding Custer: A Review
Douglas Firth Anderson

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Roosevelt, Naturally
Duane G. Jundt

Stained glass windows from The Playhouse, Northwestern's former theatre building.