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Professor of Christian Education

Central Christian College of the Bible


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To My Brave, Upstanding Trees | Christian Standard

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By Daniel Schantz
Daniel Schantz is professor emeritus with Central Christian College of the Bible, Moberly, Missouri. Print Friendly Share Tagged as:Christian College, Daniel Schantz, Ministry: Specialized Leadership I am deeply grateful to be one of those "saplings" years ago, and to have studied under Professor Schantz, as well as other great men of God with dedicated hearts for the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and those who would accept the challenge of planting more saplings behind them. Professor Schantz made learning enjoyable. I was blessed to be one of his saplings.


What to Give the Person Who Has Everything | Christian Standard

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By Daniel Schantz
Daniel Schantz is professor emeritus at Central Christian College of the Bible in Moberly, Missouri. Print Friendly Share Tagged as:Christmas, Daniel Schantz Dan Schantz has a way with words. He writes well. He advances the cause of the Christ by his choice of words. It's good that he has been a teacher for many years!


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By Daniel Schantz
Daniel Schantz is professor emeritus at Central Christian College of the Bible in Moberly, Missouri. Print Friendly Share Tagged as:Christmas, Daniel Schantz Dan Schantz has a way with words. He writes well. He advances the cause of the Christ by his choice of words. It's good that he has been a teacher for many years!


The T-shirt Aristocracy | Christian Standard

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By Daniel Schantz
Daniel Schantz is professor emeritus at Central Christian College of the Bible in Moberly, Missouri. Print Friendly Share Tagged as:Daniel Schantz, Dress A CHRISTIAN STANDARD print subscriber commented on Daniel Schantz's article prior to it being posted on our website. We held her comment for a few days so we could post it when Schantz's article went "live." Daniel, very well written and the humor was much appreciated. In the tyranny of the casual, however, I see not only its effect on dress but on service to Christ. Besides, couldn't have said it any better than Schantz, a writer I've long admired. Amen and mega dittoes to Daniel Schantz for his timely article, THE T-SHIRT ARISTOCRACY, in the August 21 issue of Christian Standard!!! Wonderful article by Daniel Schantz - The T-Shirt Aristocracy. Thanks for addressing the subject. I couldn't help but assign the voice of my mother to Mr. Schantz's words. Dan Schantz comes off here like a grumpy old man, harumphing about "these kids today. Thank you professor Schantz for oppening my eyes to the fact that this is still an issue in the church. Take the advice of Professor Schantz and may both sides of the issue let, "dress as you like" really be "dress as you like"! Daniel Schantz is one of my favorite writers, so it was no surprise to find this article was so pertinent. I hope people will read "The T-shirt Aristocracy" and realize that the pendulum needs to swing back the other way! I have heard all of the arguments that Mr. Schantz mentioned as to why people say we should "dress down" and I appreciated the way in which he countered each argument. Thanks, Daniel, for saying the things I've been thinking for years!


The T-shirt Aristocracy | Christian Standard

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By Daniel Schantz
Daniel Schantz is professor emeritus at Central Christian College of the Bible in Moberly, Missouri. Print Friendly Share Tagged as:Daniel Schantz, Dress A CHRISTIAN STANDARD print subscriber commented on Daniel Schantz's article prior to it being posted on our website. We held her comment for a few days so we could post it when Schantz's article went "live." Daniel, very well written and the humor was much appreciated. In the tyranny of the casual, however, I see not only its effect on dress but on service to Christ. Besides, couldn't have said it any better than Schantz, a writer I've long admired. Amen and mega dittoes to Daniel Schantz for his timely article, THE T-SHIRT ARISTOCRACY, in the August 21 issue of Christian Standard!!! Wonderful article by Daniel Schantz - The T-Shirt Aristocracy. Thanks for addressing the subject. I couldn't help but assign the voice of my mother to Mr. Schantz's words. Dan Schantz comes off here like a grumpy old man, harumphing about "these kids today. Thank you professor Schantz for oppening my eyes to the fact that this is still an issue in the church. Take the advice of Professor Schantz and may both sides of the issue let, "dress as you like" really be "dress as you like"! Daniel Schantz is one of my favorite writers, so it was no surprise to find this article was so pertinent. I hope people will read "The T-shirt Aristocracy" and realize that the pendulum needs to swing back the other way! I have heard all of the arguments that Mr. Schantz mentioned as to why people say we should "dress down" and I appreciated the way in which he countered each argument. Thanks, Daniel, for saying the things I've been thinking for years!


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