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Apr 29, 2018

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I've just completed rebuilding my personal CV (academic resume, or Curriculum Vitae).

Curriculum Vitae (CV) is a Latin phrase meaning "Course of Life." It refers to the document people in certain professions create to demonstrate their career-long...


Apr 19, 2018

Tom Bruner is funny.  Really funny.  But he's also a deep person with a fascinating story.  His is one of hurt, hope, and healing-- and he tells about his amazing experiences of God's grace throughout his life in this 45 minute tell-all that is not to be missed. 

After listening, read Tom regularly at his blog,...


Aug 24, 2017

Christian discipleship, including evangelism and the sharing of the gospel, is in trouble in many of today's churches.  This is something that can be addressed, but not without the resolve and sustained attention of churches and their leaders. 

In this important dialogue on the subject by Podcast Seminary Dean, Dr....


Aug 13, 2017

Racism is a scourge of our time. 

Whether it is racism, hatred, or any form of person-centered evil, it should be condemned. 

In this special episode of Podcast Seminary, Dean Freddy Cardoza discusses the happenings at Charlottesville on August 12, 2017 as they were unfolding, including personal experiences...


Aug 7, 2017

Human behavior confounds us-- and even the scientific community.  This is because of fundamental confusion about the nature of humanity.  

Because human nature is misunderstood, the reasons for behavioral problems (habits, behaviors, addictions, issues, dysfunction, etc.) are also misunderstood-- simply because they...