Podcast Archive - Lectures (2009)

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  • 12.06 Reading the Bible as an Adult
    Presenter: Julia O'Brien

    Julia O'Brien, Professor of Old Testament, Lancaster Theological Seminary, discusses how the Bible can be just as engaging as any novel on the bestseller list, with its complex, nuanced, stories that come with the seal of approval of countless generations of readers. 38 minutes • 4.4 MB

  • 11.22 Service Learning in Southern India
    Presenter: Kristina Krecko

    Kristina Krecko, Derry member and senior biology major at Penn State University, tells about her experience this summer in southern India working for HOINA (Homes of the Indian Nations). 33 minutes • 3.9 MB

  • 11.08 In the House of Simon: Eloquent Silence from a Lady Theologian
    Presenter: Dr. Ken Bailey

    Dr. Bailey takes a close look at Jesus once more "finding the lost" as he reaches out both to Simon the Pharisee and to the woman who washes his feet with her tears. She is praised by Jesus as a woman of great "faith" but she does not speak a single word. What faith is Jesus talking about? Download the accompanying study guide (C-1) available in the sidebar on the main podcast page. 61 minutes • 7 MB

  • 11.01 Rural Health Care
    Presenter: Laura Spece

    Laura Spece, second year medical student at Penn State Hershey College of Medicine and first recipient of a Caduceus Fund grant, relates her experiences in providing health care in rural India. 55 minutes • 6.3 MB

  • 10.25 Islam & Politics (2 of 2)
    Presenter: Dr. R. William Ayres

    Presented by Dr. R. William Ayres, Director, Center for Global Citizenship and Associate Professor of International Relations, Elizabethtown College. 69 minutes • 7.9 MB

  • 10.18 Islam & Politics (1 of 2)
    Presenter: Dr. R. William Ayres

    Presented by Dr. R. William Ayres, Director, Center for Global Citizenship and Associate Professor of International Relations, Elizabethtown College. 64 minutes • 7.4 MB

  • 10.11 InterVarsity
    Presenter: Jon & Jen Eisenberg

    InterVarsity leaders and former Derry members Jon and Jen Eisenberg facilitate an interactive discussion on what it takes to bring spiritual transformation on college campuses today. 41 minutes 9.5 MB

  • 09.27 What Is in Store for Us in the Future?
    Presenter: Rev. Dr. Charles "Buz" Myers

    Week 5 of 5 in a lecture series on "The Christian Hope: The Apostle Paul's Gospel for Today," presented by Rev. Charles (Buz) Myers, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Religion at Gettysburg College. 64 minutes • 7.4 MB

  • 09.20 Back to Basics: What Is Essential to Our Faith?
    Presenter: Rev. Dr. Charles "Buz" Myers

    Week 4 of 5 in a lecture series on "The Christian Hope: The Apostle Paul's Gospel for Today," presented by Rev. Charles (Buz) Myers, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Religion at Gettysburg College. 63 minutes • 7.3 MB

  • 09.13 Indecent and Out of Order: Worship in Corinth
    Presenter: Rev. Dr. Charles "Buz" Myers

    Week 3 of 5 in a lecture series on "The Christian Hope: The Apostle Paul's Gospel for Today," presented by Rev. Charles (Buz) Myers, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Religion at Gettysburg College. 61 minutes • 7.1 MB

  • 09.06 Paul and the Corinthians: "And You Think Your Church Has Problems!"
    Presenter: Rev. Dr. Charles "Buz" Myers

    Rev. Charles (Buz) Myers, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Religion at Gettysburg College,in this five part series discusses Christian hope, its significance and explores the implications that faith has for the believing community in the 21st century. 58 minutes • 6.7 MB

  • 08.30 Paul and the Corinthians: "Who Are These People?"
    Presenter: Rev. Dr. Charles "Buz" Myers

    Rev. Charles (Buz) Myers, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Religion at Gettysburg College,in this five part series discusses Christian hope, its significance and explores the implications that faith has for the believing community in the 21st century. 62 minutes • 7.2 MB

  • 05.31 Untangling the Stress Mess
    Presenter: Dr. Ann Shorb

    Dr. Ann Shorb, founder and director of Christian Counseling and Educational Services, Hanover, PA helps us to identify and handle life's stressful situations and challenges. 55 minutes • 6.4 MB

  • 05.10 The Theology of Calvin & Hobbes
    Presenter: Debbie Hough

    Debbie Hough, Director of Christian Education at Derry Presbyterian Church, connects the dots between Bill Watterson's famous "Calvin & Hobbes" comic strip characters, the 16th century French Protestant Reformer John Calvin, and 17th century philosopher Thomas Hobbes. 61 minutes • 7 MB

  • 05.03 Preparing Christian Leaders in the Hospital Setting
    Presenter: Rev. Mark Young

    Presented by Rev. Mark Young, Resident Chaplain at Lancaster General Hospital • 56 minutes • 6.5 MB

  • 04.19 Desperate to Survive
    Presenter: Chuck Theal

    Derry member Chuck Theal presents a brief history of the Scots-Irish and American Indians -- including political considerations of the time -- and explains why the conflict between American Indians and settlers of the frontier areas like Derry Church occurred. 56 minutes • 6.5 MB

  • 03.29 What's Art Got to Do with the Church?
    Presenter: Catherine Kapikian

    Catherine Kapikian examines how art affects the church today. 54 minutes • 6.2 MB

  • 03.15 Calvin's Legacy (2 of 2)
    Presenter: Lee Barrett

    Lee Barrett, Professor of Systematic Theology at Lancaster Theological Seminary, examines ways in which Calvin's legacy lived on in the faith and life of Karl Barth. 58 minutes • 6.7 MB

  • 03.08 Calvin's Legacy (1 of 2)
    Presenter: Lee Barrett

    Lee Barrett, Professor of Systematic Theology at Lancaster Theological Seminary, examines ways in which Calvin's legacy lived on in the faith and life of Scots reformer John Knox. 62 minutes • 7.2 MB

  • 03.01 A Brighter Tomorrow in the Ukraine
    Presenter: Olya Nevmerzhitskaya

    Olya Nevmerzhitskaya discusses the country of Ukraine and mission work. 42 minutes • 4.2 MB

  • 02.22 Calvin and the New Testament (2 of 2)
    Presenter: Rev. Dr. Charles "Buz" Myers

    ev. Charles "Buz" Myers, Associate Professor of Religion at Gettysburg College, concludes his 2-week series on Calvin and the New Testament. 63 minutes • 7.3 MB

  • 02.15 Calvin and the New Testament (1 of 2)
    Presenter: Rev. Dr. Charles "Buz" Myers

    Rev. Charles "Buz" Myers, Associate Professor of Religion at Gettysburg College, presents week 1 of a 2-week series on Calvin and the New Testament. 58 minutes • 6.7 MB

  • 02.08 A Closer Look at John Calvin
    Presenter: Elaine Wilson

    Elaine Wilson talks about John Calvin, providing new insight into his life and times. To view the art referenced in her lecture, click on the link in the sidebar on the main podcast page. 58 minutes • 6.7 MB

  • 02.01 The Hershey Story: An Update
    Presenter: Amy Bischof

    Amy Bischof, Associate Director of The Hershey Story, returns to Derry Church with an update on the new museum on Chocolate Avenue. 42 minutes • 4.8 MB

  • 01.25 John Calvin Series (3 of 3)
    Presenter: Rev. Dick Houtz

    Rev. Dick Houtz, pastor, concludes the lecture series on John Calvin. 52 minutes • 5.9 MB

  • 01.11 John Calvin Series (2 of 3)
    Presenter: Rev. Dick Houtz

    Rev. Dick Houtz, pastor, discusses Calvin's time in Geneva and Strasbourg and his relationship with his wife Idalette. 63 minutes • 7.3 MB

  • 01.04 John Calvin Series (1 of 3)
    Presenter: Rev. Dick Houtz

    Rev. Dick Houtz, pastor, lays the groundwork in the first lecture in a series on John Calvin by talking about factors contributing to the Reformation in 16th-century Europe. 56 minutes • 12.8 MB

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