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Apr  2018 10
Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend recommends for this week a post from 2016 on why some Christians should step up their support for public schools.
Apr  2018 03
In his weekly blog, President Gary Peluso-Verdend asks, "Did NBC know it was offering its Easter Sunday audience a non-Christian interpretation of the most important week of Jesus’ life in scheduling its live production of Jesus Christ Superstar for that evening?"
Mar  2018 27
Read this week's blog from President Gary Peluso-Verdend to learn the connections between good soil and his blog that addresses topics such as religion in public life, church, and seminary education.
Mar  2018 20
President Gary Peluso-Verdend looks ahead to the creation of a center for religion in public life in Oklahoma in his weekly blog.
Mar  2018 13
President Gary Peluso-Verdend worries that the percentage of Oklahomans who disdain state-run public education, of a sort required for a complex, diverse, just and compassionate society, is actually quite large.
Mar  2018 06
From President Gary Peluso-Verdend: I call on all clergy in Oklahoma to withdraw their participation in and support for the chaplaincy program in the Oklahoma House. Boycott it, at least until the discrimination and un-American gaming of religion by the state is stopped and the program fixed. But maybe it is better to let the program die.
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