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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?
Nov  2015 03
Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend offers five suggestions for the moral foundations of U.S. society.
Jun  2014 11
Dr. Mindy McGarrah Sharp spoke with KTUL about how the faith community should respond to a plan to temporarily house between 600 and 1,200 children from Central America seeking refuge from the extensive crime and poverty of their native lands.
Apr  2014 25
Phillips President Gary Peluso-Verdend addresses the potential for a split in the United Methodist Church and shares why he hopes for unity.
Apr  2014 09
Dean Nancy Pittman shares why Bible-themed movies are no substitute for religious relationship and experience.
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