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Apr  2017 11
In Christianity’s Holy Week narrative, the God of the Exodus, who hears the cries of the oppressed and who sides with the oppressed for the cause of justice and freedom, lives.
Apr  2017 04
Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend writes, "In using any biblical story, we must be as careful to say how the story differs from the American experience as we are to claim something from the Bible illumines the American experience."
Mar  2017 28
"Christianities have been infected with the same divisive spirit that diseases our age," writes President Gary Peluso-Verdend in his weekly blog.
Mar  2017 21
"Seminaries that deliberate on what is good and right using conversation and argument (rather than claims to special revelation and hierarchy) all struggle, in different ways and in our own contexts, with what inclusion, diversity, and justice mean," writes President Gary Peluso-Verdend in this week's blog.
Mar  2017 14
In President Gary Peluso-Verdend's weekly blog, he writes, "In Oklahoma, we have a weak social contract. Beyond obeying the laws of the land, and helping out in times of disaster, I don’t know what all is a part of Oklahoma’s social contract."
Mar  2017 07
President Gary Peluso-Verdend writes on how seminary education would change if we focused on faith as a movement rather than support of institutions.
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