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Dec  2012 16
Phillips' President prayerfully reflects on the recent tragedy at a Connecticut elementary school, and shares thoughts on gun control.
Nov  2012 06
PTS professor, Joe Bessler, weighs in on the psychology of voting.
Sep  2012 21
Respectful civil discourse is more important today than ever. As public conversations become increasingly divisive, we should be concerned not only as global citizens but also as theologians, ministers, and faithful people.
Apr  2012 23
Kelli Driscoll, Pastor at Bethany Christian Church in Tulsa, reflects on the impact of one person's experience being homeless.
Apr  2012 02
Ellen Blue reflects on the significance of keeping the Sabbath in Jewish tradition.
Mar  2012 19
You are the salt of the earth; if salt has lost its taste, how can its saltiness be restored?
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