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Bill Good Radio Program - "Admissions Crunch"; Kirk Kauffeldt (TWU Admissions Staff) - August 24

Digitized sound file not attached, due to copyright restrictions
Audio 56a consists of the following recording:
Title: CKNW August 24, 1993
This recording contains news reports and interviews on a variety of topics including local and provincial politics, an explosion at the World Trade Center, and the Vancouver Canucks. Commercials are included. There is no TWU-related content in Aud 56a.
Audio 56b consists of the following recording:
Title: CKNW August 24, 1993 Bill Good - “Admissions Crunch”
The first portion of this recording focuses on student admissions at UBC. At [7:47] TWU staffer Kirk Kauffeldt is interviewed regarding Trinity Western University’s admissions. He refers briefly to the future of private education in Canada. Kauffeldt’s section ends at [9:00]. The rest of the show does not contain any TWU-related content.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

Correspondence with various education-related government ministries; copies of various Acts

File consists of records including correspondence with various education-related government ministries; copies of various Acts (1983-1986, 1988-1989); includes a copy of the House of Commons Debates referring to the TWU Foundation Act-July 19, 1989; Report of Task Force-March 1989; Copy of Bill Pr 406: An Act to Amend the Trinity Western College Act,1985 [electronic version attached]

Davis, Ken

Government Relations

File contains records including: correspondence, news releases, newspaper clippings, brochures, pertaining to Trinity's expansion to a four-year, degree-granting institution; "Justification and General Strategy for Expansion to Four Years, Presented to the Universities Council, by Trinity Western College" (01/77); "Government Relations Status Report, From Dr. Craig Seaton, To President Snider" (01/82); "Minutes of the Meeting of January 17, 1979 with Dr. McGeer, Mr. Veitch, Mr. McClelland, and Dr's Snider, Thompson, and Seaton" (01/79); "Special Meeting re Government Relations Called by President Snider" (12/78); "Brief to the Select Standing Committee on Standing Orders and Private Bills re An Act to Amend the Trinity Western College Act, From Universities Council of British Columbia" (03/77); "Trinity Western College, Brief to the Select Standing Committee on Standing Orders and Private Bills re An Act to Amend the Trinity Western College Act, For the President and the Board of Governors by Robert N. Thompson, Assistant to the President" [ca.1977]; "Document from Mr. Andy Soles' Office, A Statement of Policy Concerning the Granting of Privileges to Non-Public Post-Secondary Institutions in British Columbia" (11/77)

Seaton, Craig

Lecture: Dr. Ken Davis / Graduation Address : Dr. Ken Davis - April

Audio 41a consists of the following recording:
Title: Ken Davis – Lecture 6 “Anabaptist Lifestyles”
Dr. Ken Davis, professor at the University of Waterloo, and later a TWU Administrator, speaks on the Anabaptist vision for the quality of life in the world and illustrates this vision with several principles for living. He argues for redemptive holiness, prioritizing the spiritual over the material. He discusses the mortification of the flesh and the weakness modern society has for “soft” living. He explores the historical beliefs of the Anabaptists. He argues for brotherhood of vision in Christian life. He addresses the beliefs of the Hutterites, and discusses the creation of a Kingdom vision of witness. He discusses the importance of marriage. Davis encourages students to know the family of God. The recording ends with a musical interlude.
Audio 41b consists of the following recording:
Title: Ken Davis – “Graduation: Address”
Dr. Anderson introduces Dr. Ken Davis, commencement speaker, who delivers a sermon on differentiating between truth and "cheap goods" to a graduating class. He references Luke 14 and illustrates his points with colorful examples such as grocery store coupons and Swedish suicide rates. He discusses the importance of acknowledging the “monster out there” and Christ as protector and saviour. He references Jacques Ellul and supports Ellul’s claim that society must choose between people and things. Davis argues that man can only be chosen indirectly through choosing God. Davis argues against humanism and for the sovereignty of God in everyday life. Dr. Anderson thanks Davis for speaking and introduces Wayne Reese, who leads the group in song. Anderson introduces Rev. Gretzler who leads the group in prayer.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

Miscellaneous documents pertaining to the Board of Governors

File 1d consists of records including Article IV (The Executive and Administrative Boards) [attached], a letter to the TWC Board regarding attaining government grants; a Report of Faculty Poll on Deanship; Thumb Nail Sketch of Discussion Pertaining to Fifteenth Year Celebration and Promotion; Consideration of the Relationship between the Evangelical Free Church and TWC - 1975; and TJC: Some Basic Principles

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