John Byl and Tom Visker Physical education, sport and wellness: [Sioux Center, IA] : Dordt College Press, 1999.
- The Bible and the body: a Biblical perspective on health and physical education / John Cooper
- The Incarnation and the flesh / Bud Williams
- Somatospiritual model: a biomechanist looks at the Bible / Brian W. Bergemann
- Transforming wellness: linking spiritual concepts to personal health / Timothy J. Voss
- Spirituality and wellness: student perspectives / John Byl
- Attitudes of member institutions of the Coalition for Christian Colleges and Universities (USA) towards required health and fitness courses in the core curriculum / Allison J. McFarland
- Developing an aim-centered K-12 physical education program based on Christian tenets / Marvin A. Zuidema
- Leadership theory as it applies to academic work / Beth A. Easter and Dale E. Gibson
- Sport education: more necessary than ever / James Timmer, Sr.
- Intentional integration of scripture into the study of sport sociology / Allison J. McFarland
- Christian sports and leisure: oxymoron or redundancy? / Carl E. Zylstra
- We coach "Play the whistle" but what happens when the whistle breaks? / Gregory Gidman and David Turkington
- Sport ethics via Thoreau / Douglas Hochstetler
- A reflection on the moral value of interscholastic athletes / Calvin P. Van Reken
- Pressure to win? But I'm a Christian coach at a Christian college / Karol Hunt
- Moral reasoning: what is it and how it is best accomplished in the classroom and gymnasium / Sharon K. Stoll
- The effects of religiosity, education and experience on the moral reasoning levels of NCAA division III male head athletic directors / James R. Timmer, Jr.
- Senior student's perspectives on physical education and sport / Murray W. Hall
- Calvinism and Mennonites :a pilot study on SPEPHERDing Christianity and sport in Canada / John Byl
- A contrast between physical activity in the early church and muscular Christianity: what implications does this have for the 21st century? / Dale E. Campbell.
P Heintzman, G A van Andel and Tom Visker 1994. Christianity and Leisure: Issues in a Pluralistic Society Dordt College Press
ContentsSection One: Biblical and historical perspective
- Work and play: a Biblical perspective / Robert K. Johnston
- Implications for leisure from a review of the Biblical concepts of Sabbath and rest / Paul Heintzman
- The Puritan ethic and Christian leisure for today / Leland Ryken
Section Two: Methodological issues
- Toward a Christian perspective in the leisure sciences / Gordon Spykman
- Leisure science, dominant paradigms, and philosophy: the expansion of leisure science's horizon / Paul Heintzman
Section Three: Present practices and challenges in leisure
- Whatever happened to the leisure revolution? / Gordon Dahl
- Leisure and the New Age movement / Glen E. Van Andel
- Contemplative leisure within Christian spirituality / Joseph D. Teaff
- Leisure at L'Arche: communities of faith for persons with developmental disabilities / Cathy O'Keefe
- Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot / Don DeGraaf
Section Four: Play, sport, and athletics
- Sport, play, and leisure in the Christian experience / Shirl J. Hoffman
- Coming to terms with play, game, sport and athletics / John Byl
- Play, game, and sport in a Reformed, Biblical worldview / Tom Visker
- Atheletics from a Christian perspective / Marvin A. Zuidema
- Towards an understanding of 'muscular Christianity': religion, sport, and culture in the modern world / James A. Mathisen
- Competition in Church sport leagues / Kimberly A. Keller, Gary H. Naylor, and David R. Stirling
- Christian ethics in North American sport / Murray W. Hall
Section Five: Leisure and culture
- From the Super Bowl to worship: the roles of story in work and leisure / Quentin J. Schultze
- From faith to fun: humor as invisible religion / Russell Heddendorf
- Leisure, drama, and Christianity / Gwen Laurie Wright.
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