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Professional/Scholarly Presentations of
Dennis Sheridan, Ph.D., Ed.D.


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Publications
Sheridan, D. (2002). Leading with Lagniappe. End Notes Article for APU Life Magazine. 15:1, Spring 2002.

Sheridan, D. (2001). “Deductive Learning.” In Anthony, M.J. & Gorman, J.A., eds., Evangelical Dictionary of Christian Education. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books.

Sheridan, D. (2001). “Higher Education.” In Anthony, M.J. & Gorman, J.A., eds., Evangelical Dictionary of Christian Education. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books.

Sheridan, D. (2001). “Inductive Learning.” In Anthony, M.J. & Gorman, J.A., eds., Evangelical Dictionary of Christian Education. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books.

Sheridan, D. & Anderson, B. (2001). “The Multicultural Competence of Resident Assistants in Christian Colleges and Universities.” Growth: The Journal of the Association of Christians in Student Development, 1:1.

Sheridan, D. (1998). “Modern and Postmodern Challenges to Liberal Education.” In Weeks, D. And Glyer, D., eds., The Liberal Arts in Higher Education: Challenges, Assumptions, Exploring Possibilities. Blue Ridge Summitt, PA: University Press.

Sheridan, D. (1995). The Role of Faculty Members in Institutional Decision-Making in Church-Related Liberal Arts Colleges. Los Angeles, CA: UCLA. Doctoral Dissertation.

Sheridan, D. (1993). “The Doctrine of Man.” Baptist Study Leader 3:3. Nashville, TN: The Sunday School of the Southern Baptist Convention. Teaching procedures for use with adult discipleship programs in local churches.

Sheridan, D. (1990). “Discovering and Doing God’s Will.” Baptist Study Leader 1:1. Nashville, TN: The Sunday School of the Southern Baptist Convention. Teaching procedures for use with adult discipleship programs in local churches.

Sheridan, D. (1987). A Study of the Relationships Between Selected Characteristics and Developmental Task Achievement in Students Attending California Baptsit College. Fort Worth, TX: Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Doctoral Dissertation.

Sheridan, D. (1985). “Deny Thyself: The Rise of Monasticism in the Early Middle Ages.” In Ashby, C., Our Educational Heritage. Fort Worth, TX: Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Press.

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