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Browsing posts by topic: CHURCH PRACTICES
Feb  2016 16
Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend begins a blog series focusing on the need for more serious discussion about sin among progressive Christians.
Nov  2015 12
Christians in the U.S. have lost the war for Christmas, and that lost war bears no resemblance to the fictional war on Christmas the political right has constructed.
Aug  2015 19
Church life seduces pastors to so cloak and overlay their baptismal calling with their clergy calling that the former disappears and, in effect, is forgotten on a daily basis.
Jan  2015 27
Directors of Worship Chuck and Gina Jackson joined Phillips Theological Seminary with a specific goal in mind: imagine new ways of engaging the seminary community in worship.
Jul  2014 11
President Gary Pelsuo-Verdend believes knowing about history is important, but sometimes, he says, it can be better to forget.
May  2014 02
Dr. Joseph Bessler shares his thoughts about how retirement affects not only those who are retiring, but also the community they leave behind.
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