Crossroads Christian Fellowship is the college ministry of University Bible Church and a registered ISU campus organization.Our purpose is to expose non-Christian students to the gospel of Christ and to challenge Christian students to a deeper, more dynamic walk with Christ so that their lives will impact the world around them.Capital at first of all Israel, later of the kingdom of Judah; chief city of Palestine; situated in 31° 46′ 45″ N. above sea-level north of the Temple area to 2,130 ft. The first runs eastward with a slight southerly bend (the present Wadi al-Joz), then, deflecting directly south (formerly known as "Kidron Valley," the modern Wadi Sitti Maryam), divides the Mount of Olives from the city. A shortened form is perhaps to be found in "Shalem" (Gen. long., upon the southern spur of a plateau the eastern side of which slopes from 2,460 ft. The principal two valleys start northwest of the present city.
While a newsletter by Nancy Campbell espoused Quiverfull ideas early, and Campbell is in measure responsible for formulating them, the movement sparked most fully after the 1985 publication of Mary Pride’s book The Way Home: Beyond Feminism, Back to Reality.
In her book, Pride chronicled her journey away from what she labeled feminist and anti-natal ideas of happiness, within which she had lived as an activist before her conversion to conservative evangelical Christianity in 1977, toward her discovery of happiness surrounding what she said was the biblically mandated role of wives and mothers as bearers of children and workers in the home under the authority of a husband.
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This is probably the later Tyropœon ("Cheese-makers'") Valley, though it should be mentioned that W. Smith, Sayce, Birch, and Schwartz identify the Tyropœon with the Valley of Hinnom (Cheyne and Black, "Encyc.
10, § 2), known also to the Arabs ("Shallam," in Yaḳut, "Geographisches Wörterb." iii. Several etymologies for the word have been suggested; e.g., "foundation of peace" or "of Shalem [God of peace]"; according to the Midrash it is made up of "Shalem," the name given to the city by Shem, and "Yir'eh," that given to it by Abraham (Gen.