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Sep  2017 25
In his weekly blog post, President Gary Peluso-Verdend fears that we religious folks have done more to fuel our host society’s under-developed capacity to persuade and be persuaded than we have to engage and understand anyone who thinks, values, and behaves differently from “us.”
Sep  2017 19
President Gary Peluso-Verdend imagines a nation built upon an extreme version of "America first" in his weekly blog.
Sep  2017 12
Can you imagine today a family holding a visitation for a deceased loved one at home? This is the question President Gary Peluso-Verdend asks as he writes on, "Today is a good day to die."
Sep  2017 05
Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend offers a shout-out to Christian educators while providing support for this much-needed profession.
Aug  2017 29
How might a seminary consider the need for a Defense Against the Dark Arts professorship? That's the question President Gary Peluso-Verdend asks in this week's blog.
Aug  2017 22
Last week President Gary Peluso-Verdend's blog prompted several questions about what “progressive Christianity” means. The questions might have been more to open a dispute than to seek understanding. But it is fair in a discussion to define terms.
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