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Oct  2017 17
With the holidays approaching and in light of comments delivered at the Values Voter Summit last Friday, we found the thoughts from 2014 of Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend on the annual festival of the Christmas wars worth another visit.
Oct  2017 03
President Gary Peluso-Verdend writes this week on how sticky and resilient our biases are, focusing on what happens when humankind emphasizes history to exclusion of creation.
Sep  2017 19
President Gary Peluso-Verdend imagines a nation built upon an extreme version of "America first" in his weekly blog.
Apr  2017 25
President Gary Peluso-Verdend provides two interpretations for how the stories Christians have told themselves have been self-serving.
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."
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