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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.
Aug  2017 22
Last week President Gary Peluso-Verdend's blog prompted several questions about what “progressive Christianity” means. The questions might have been more to open a dispute than to seek understanding. But it is fair in a discussion to define terms.
Aug  2017 15
"Here is a problem for my kin, for those in the progressive quadrant of Protestant Christianity," writes President Gary Peluso-Verdend. "The public’s perception of Christianity is thoroughly dominated by white evangelical Christianity."
Aug  2017 08
Despite warnings that theological education would steal his faith, President Gary Peluso-Verdend writes that his theological education saved his faith.
Jul  2017 25
President Gary Peluso-Verdend writes this week that research on evangelical and liberal congregations in the Pacific Northwest provides reasons for concern of the future for progressive churches.
Jul  2017 04
Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend juxtaposes two broad versions, composite sketches, of Christian-informed visions for what the U.S. should be. He thinks you’ll see how the visions also express competing judgments about where the U.S. is and needs to go.
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