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Vance E. Woods

Education:  

Master of Arts in Church-State Studies, (2009)
J.M. Dawson Institute for Church-State Studies
Baylor University, Waco, Texas

Bachelor of Arts in Christian Ministries, (2003)
Southwest Baptist University, Bolivar, Missouri

Employment: 

Baylor University
Waco, Texas
Moody/Jones Library
Special Collections Cataloger
July ’09-Present

SonRise Baptist Church
Robinson, Texas
Pastor
September ’04-June ’09

McLennan County Challenge Academy
Waco, Texas
Special Assignment Aide
February ’05-May ’06

Drexel First Baptist Church
Drexel, Missouri
Youth/Music Minister
September ’01-June ‘04

Additional Information:

Master’s Thesis:

Whitby, Wilfrid, and Church-State Antagonism in Early Medieval Britain. Baylor University, 2009.

Conference Presentations:

“Charting Viae Mediae in Higher Education: Martin Luther and John Henry Newman on the Idea of a University”, co-presenter, Charles McDaniel. Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies Symposium: “The Idea of a University: From John Henry Newman to the Multiversity and Beyond.” Pasadena, CA, August 2010.

“Distance and Dualogue: Rediscovering Discourse in the Age of Social Media.” Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies Symposium: “Freedom & Virtue: Re-inventing Free Institutions in an Era of Globalization.” Pasadena, CA, August 2015.

Publications:

Review of The Trial of the Templars, 2nd ed., by Malcolm Barber. Journal of Church and State 49, no. 3 (summer 2007) : 571-573.

John Henry Newman and Martin Luther: Balancing Heart and Mind in Higher Education, co-author, Charles McDaniel. Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 23 (October 2011) : 19-40.

Around Butler, co-author, Brian Phillips. Arcadia Publishing (March 2013)

Review of Academic Freedom and the Telos of the Catholic University, by Kenneth Garcia. Journal of Church and State 56, no. 1 (winter 2014) : 156-157.

Associations:

Bates County Museum and Historical Society (2012)
Waco Community Race Relations Coalition (2015)
Prosper Waco Post-Secondary Success Working Group (2016)

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