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Jul  2016 19
In his newest blog post, Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend writes, "It is not just good law that leaders of religious organizations, speaking for their organizations, are forbidden to endorse candidates. It is good theology. Christianity in a democracy works better as a critical, transformative force than it does as an endorser or enforcer of governing policy."
Jun  2016 21
Some Christians believe anger and love are incompatible. Some are more angry than loving, and some have figured out how to use their anger in the service of love.
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?
Jun  2016 07
Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend reflects on faith as a matter of trust instead of a belief.
May  2016 24
There have always been congregations that can pay well, but there has never been a congregational system full of substantial “livings.” There have always been relatively wealthy and relatively poor churches.
May  2016 11
Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend is inviting auditors into his fall course, "Christianity and Democracy: A Necessary and Tense Relationship." There are enrollment and course links at the bottom of the post.
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