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Sep  2016 13
Find out how Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend responded when a church friend equated his new job with being a bagman and his take on money.
Jul  2016 26
How do Americans use the Bible to interpret American public life? President Gary Peluso-Verdend explores three possibilities and his own understanding of an "muddled middle" interpreter of the Bible in his latest blog.
Jun  2016 14
Given the fact that all of us get angry, and all of us start with the assumption that my anger is justified, what do we—as citizens of the same nation, or as co-religionists—do with all that anger?
May  2016 31
The value of graduate seminary education, and thus of graduate seminaries, is being questioned today. Given the tumult in religion we’re experiencing, and the kinds of financial realities Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend wrote about in last week’s blog, that questioning is very reasonable. This post represents his response to the question of value.
May  2016 17
Phillips Theological Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend writes, "The Bible does not speak. We interpret. While we can claim (and I would claim) that God can and does speak through the Bible, the Bible per se does not speak. We—meaning every individual who reads it, and every group or community who reads together—must take the risk of interpretation and claim the ethical responsibility for that interpretation!"
Mar  2016 22
As a Christian, I look at life in general, not only my particular life, through the themes of death and resurrection. How shall we, the people of the United States who call ourselves Christian, contribute to a nation moving from Good Friday on to Easter Sunday?
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