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Browsing posts by author: Gary Peluso-Verdend, Phillips President  (read bio)
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 25
In his weekly blog post, President Gary Peluso-Verdend fears that we religious folks have done more to fuel our host society’s under-developed capacity to persuade and be persuaded than we have to engage and understand anyone who thinks, values, and behaves differently from “us.”
Sep  2017 19
President Gary Peluso-Verdend imagines a nation built upon an extreme version of "America first" in his weekly blog.
Sep  2017 12
Can you imagine today a family holding a visitation for a deceased loved one at home? This is the question President Gary Peluso-Verdend asks as he writes on, "Today is a good day to die."
Sep  2017 05
Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend offers a shout-out to Christian educators while providing support for this much-needed profession.
Aug  2017 29
How might a seminary consider the need for a Defense Against the Dark Arts professorship? That's the question President Gary Peluso-Verdend asks in this week's blog.
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