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Dr. Dale Younce

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Professor of Christian Ministries

Phone: (251) ***-****  HQ Phone
University of Mobile
5735 College Parkway
Mobile , Alabama 36613
United States


Employment History


  • B.A.
    Mississippi College
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"[Rest] is a spiritual reality in ..., 7 April 2011 [cached]
"[Rest] is a spiritual reality in which a believer rests in confidence in what God has done in salvation," said Dale Younce, professor of Christian studies at the University of Mobile.
And as believers worship with others weekly, they also should worship daily, Younce said.
"[Resting] is a time each day that the believer spends time reading the Scripture, praying, committing his day to the Lord," he said.
The Alabama Baptist - ‘The Passion’ causes evangelistic stir, 18 Feb 2004 [cached]
Dale Younce, associate professor of religion at the University of Mobile, said "The Passion" has caused such a stir "because Jesus is the most exciting personality in world history."A quality and historically accurate movie about Him will stir interest," Younce said."Jesus will always be an intriguing figure.He is the central figure of human history."Hopefully the response from those who don't attend church regularly will be favorable toward Jesus and the message, not a religion," Younce added.Still, the fact that Gibson's religion is a form of Catholicism continues to surface. He has been accused of anti-Semitism because some say the film is hard on Jews.And most recently, he has generated new controversy by saying that Protestants may be doomed to hell, according to Evangelical Press (EP).EP reported Feb. 12 that Gibson said in an interview with the Herald Sun of Melbourne, Australia, "There is no salvation for those outside the [Catholic] Church." Reportedly, Gibson said that even his wife, an Episcopalian, may not go to heaven.He explained in the article, "My wife is a saint.
Welcome to Ethics!, 6 Dec 2005 [cached]
It just seems to me that the view that holds the field is evolutionism," said Dale Younce, an associate professor of Christian studies at the University of Mobile.Younce, who views evolution, creationism and intelligent design as all "faith-based," thinks it appropriate for them to be taught together.
Dr. Dale ..., 26 Dec 2011 [cached]
Dr. Dale Younce
Dr. Dale Younce
Dr. Dale Younce
Dale Younce is Professor of Christian Studies at the University of Mobile. He holds a B.A. from Mississippi College and a Th.M., Th.D. from Dallas Theological Seminary. He has had an 18-year career as a church pastor. Through the University Missions program at the University of Mobile, which offers college credit for mission experience, he has led teams of students to China, Australia, Brazil, Cayman Islands, Israel, Canada, Spain, Germany and Siberia. His teams have worked with missionaries in each nation, including with University of Mobile graduates now serving as missionaries to Japan and Ireland.
Dr. Dale ..., 26 Dec 2011 [cached]
Dr. Dale Younce
Dale Younce (University of Mobile)
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