Browsing posts by author: Gary Peluso-Verdend, Phillips Faculty  (read bio)
May  2017 18
Regardless of the reasons the jury voted to acquit the officer who killed Terence, the fact remains: an African-American man without a weapon was killed by a law enforcement officer. That is not only a tragedy. It is morally wrong. It is difficult, even impossible, not to see this wrong as one of way too many national stories of an African-American male, in “hands-up, don’t shoot” posture, killed by law enforcement.
Mar  2016 17
If I were to select one figure who was a truly transformative presence for the seminary, it would be Chester Cadieux. In this time of great turbulence for higher education and in churches, Chester did not assure what kind of future the seminary would have, but he most assuredly gave us a future.
May  2011 26
Gary Peluso-Verdend muses the relationship between the television program "American Idol" and preaching.
Apr  2011 26
Gary Peluso-Verdend muses about the oft-used phrase "spiritual but not religious" and how spiritual practices have survived because of institutions like Phillips.
Mar  2011 09
Phillips Theological Seminary conducts an experiment for writing blogs and posting on Facebook.
Oct  2009 02
New innovations being introduced at Phillips does not change the commitment the seminary has in offering a rich, high-quality teaching & learning experience for students.
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