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Mar  2016 01
Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend offers this lenten reflection and a prayer that the United States of America recognize and mend its flaws.
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.
Dec  2015 29
The Republican decision to tap into religious/cultural resentment the last 50 years and to encourage its anti-intellectualism and its bigotries for their own short-run political gains has been disastrous for public policy — in many cases, leading to the intellectual and cultural gridlock that we find today in Congress.
Dec  2015 15
Love or fear? Which came down at Christmas? Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend says the answer lies in our actions as Christians.
Nov  2015 23
Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend works through options of where we might learn how to be moral in public, when everyone is looking, on matters that concern the human capacity to share this world with people who are different from ourselves, and when we demand for others the rights and privileges we claim for ourselves.
Oct  2015 07
Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend doesn't back some kind of public test of a candidate’s orthodoxy. But neither is he willing to give any “Christian” candidate a pass on her or his faith.
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