Podcast Archive - Lectures (2010)

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  • 12.12 Health Care Reform
    Presenter: Joel Ario & John Messmer

    Joel Ario and Dr. John Messmer return to talk about new developments in health care reform and answer questions from the audience • 59 minutes • 6.8 MB

  • 12.05 A New Proposal
    Presenter: Rev. Dr. Mark Englund-Krieger

    The 2010 General Assembly approved a full revision of the Form of Government in the Book of Order. Rev. Mark Englund-Krieger, Executive Presbyter, Carlisle Presbytery, reviews that proposal and discusses, generally, the role of polity in the Presbyterian Church today • 60 minutes • 6.9 MB

  • 11.07 Living With Something Missing
    Presenter: Rev. Dr. M. Craig Barnes

    Rev. Dr. M. Craig Barnes, senior pastor at The Shadyside Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh, leads a Bible study on Genesis 2:15-17. We learn that we were created to live in a garden in which we are not given everything. How will we deal with the piece that is missing in our own garden? • 48 minutes • 5.6 MB

  • 10.24 Now What?
    Presenter: Bruce Stevens

    Rev. Bruce Stevens, Synod Executive, Synod of the Trinity, lectures at Derry Presbyterian Church • 55 minutes • 6.3 MB

  • 10.10 General Assembly Update
    Presenter: Rev. Dr. Mark Englund-Krieger

    Rev. Mark Englund-Krieger, Executive Presbyter, Carlisle Presbytery, reviews the structure of the General Assembly and the work of the 219th assembly that gathered in Minneapolis in July 2010 • 60 minutes • 6.9 MB

  • 10.03 Education Makes a Difference
    Presenter: Veeda Javaid

    Veeda Javaid, Executive Director of the Presbyterian Education Board in Lahore, Pakistan, shares some of her experiences as she lives and works in Pakistan • 43 minutes • 5 MB

  • 09.26 What Would Paul Say? A Study of the Deutero-Pauline Epistles (5 of 5)
    Presenter: Rev. Dr. Charles "Buz" Myers

    Rev. Charles (Buz) Myers, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Religious Studies at Gettysburg College, in this five-part series discusses the letters of the New Testament attributed to Paul but perhaps not from Paul's hand. Today's concluding lecture focuses on the role of women in the early church and the pastoral epistles • 68 minutes • 7.9 MB

  • 09.19 What Would Paul Say? A Study of the Deutero-Pauline Epistles (4 of 5)
    Presenter: Rev. Dr. Charles "Buz" Myers

    Rev. Charles (Buz) Myers, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Religious Studies at Gettysburg College, in this five-part series discusses the letters of the New Testament attributed to Paul but perhaps not from Paul's hand. Today's lecture focuses on 2 Thessalonians • 61 minutes • 7.1 MB

  • 09.12 What Would Paul Say? A Study of the Deutero-Pauline Epistles (3 of 5)
    Presenter: Rev. Dr. Charles "Buz" Myers

    Rev. Charles (Buz) Myers, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Religious Studies at Gettysburg College,in this five-part series discusses the letters of the New Testament attributed to Paul but perhaps not from Paul's hand. Today's lecture focuses on Colossians and Ephesians • 62 minutes • 7.1 MB

  • 09.05 What Would Paul Say? A Study of the Deutero-Pauline Epistles (2 of 5)
    Presenter: Rev. Dr. Charles "Buz" Myers

    Rev. Charles (Buz) Myers, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Religious Studies at Gettysburg College, in this five-part series discusses the letters of the New Testament attributed to Paul but perhaps not from Paul's hand. Today's lecture focuses on Colossians • 64 minutes • 7.4 MB

  • 08.29 What Would Paul Say? A Study of the Deutero-Pauline Epistles (1 of 5)
    Presenter: Rev. Dr. Charles "Buz" Myers

    Rev. Charles (Buz) Myers, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Religious Studies at Gettysburg College, in this five-part series discusses the letters of the New Testament attributed to Paul but perhaps not from Paul's hand • 59 minutes • 6.7 MB

  • 05.30 Reflections on Haiti
    Presenter: Pix Mahler

    Pix Mahler, PC(USA) partnership facilitator for Haiti, shares her recent experiences and insights on the earthquake-devastated country. She serves God's mission by nurturing relationships between Presbyterians in the United States and various ministries of the Episcopal Diocese of Haiti • 55 minutes • 6.4 MB

  • 05.23 Health Care Reform: What's Next?
    Presenter: Joel Ario & John Messmer

    Joel Ario and John Messmer, M.D., talk about what's next in health care reform and answer questions from the class. Joel is Pennsylvania's Insurance Commissioner and John is a family practitioner with Penn State Hershey Medical Group in Palmyra •61 minutes • 14 MB

  • 05.16 Evangelism for Presbyterians (2 of 2)
    Presenter: Alison & Dan Siewert

    lison & Dan Siewert, Evangelists for the Presbytery of Carlisle, offer ways to share the good news in a way that's authentic to who we are and expresses the faith we share • 56 minutes • 12.9 MB

  • 05.09 Evangelism for Presbyterians (1 of 2)
    Presenter: Alison & Dan Siewert

    Alison & Dan Siewert, Evangelists for the Presbytery of Carlisle, offer ways to share the good news in a way that's authentic to who we are and expresses the faith we share • 54 minutes • 12.4 MB

  • 04.25 Derry's Historic Cemetery
    Presenter: Heritage Committee Members

    Presented by Jan Nixon, Deborah White Hershey, Bob Good • 55 minutes • 6.3 MB

  • 04.18 Hospitals of Hope
    Presenter: Nathanael Tilghman

    Nathanael Tilghman, Caduceus Fund recipient and fourth year medical student at Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, recounts his recent medical missions experience in Bolivia • 60 minutes • 7.0 MB

  • 04.11 Witnessing in Lithuania
    Presenter: Eric & Becky Hinterliter

    Presbyterian Church (USA) missionaries Eric & Becky Hinderliter discuss their work in Lithuania. A link to an accompanying video is available in the sidebar of the main podcast/lecture page • 47 minutes • 5.4 MB

  • 03.21 Why Christians Quarrel (4 of 4)
    Presenter: Lee Barrett

    Lee Barrett, III, Professor of Systematic Theology, Lancaster Theological Seminary, concludes his exploration of the different ways that Christians have interpreted the basic essence of the faith • 62 minutes • 7.2 MB

  • 03.14 Why Christians Quarrel (3 of 4)
    Presenter: Lee Barrett

    Lee Barrett, III, Professor of Systematic Theology, Lancaster Theological Seminary continues his exploration of the different ways that Christians have interpreted the basic essence of the faith, and their motivations for doing so • 63 minutes • 7.3 MB

  • 03.07 Why Christians Quarrel (2 of 4)
    Presenter: Lee Barrett

    Lee Barrett, III, Professor of Systematic Theology, Lancaster Theological Seminary continues his exploration of the different ways that Christians have interpreted the basic essence of the faith, and their motivations for doing so. Before listening, please download & complete the inventory available from the sidebar of the main podcast/lecture page • 50 minutes • 5.8 MB

  • 02.28 Why Christians Quarrel (1 of 4)
    Presenter: Lee Barrett

    Lee Barrett, III, Professor of Systematic Theology, Lancaster Theological Seminary explores the different ways that Christians have interpreted the basic essence of the faith, and their motivations for doing so. Often these motivations are rooted in fundamentally different spiritual hungers. The class investigates possible ways these inevitable differences can be negotiated without splitting communities or waging congregational civil war • 61 minutes • 7.1 MB

  • 02.21 Health Care in America (2 of 2)
    Presenter: Joel Ario

    Pennsylvania Insurance Commissioner Joel Ario gives an overview of the U.S. health care system in the second of a two-part lecture series • 61 minutes • 7.0 MB

  • 02.14 Health Care in America (1 of 2)
    Presenter: Joel Ario

    Pennsylvania Insurance Commissioner Joel Ario gives an overview of the U.S. health care system in the first of a two-part lecture series • 60 minutes • 7.3 MB

  • 02.07 Honduras Partnership
    Presenter: Rev. Dr. Mark Englund-Krieger

    Rev. Dr. Mark Englund-Krieger, Executive Presbyter, Carlisle Presbytery, discusses the Honduras Partnership • 52 minutes • 6.0 MB

  • 01.24 Jails and Jesus
    Presenter: Anne Myers

    Anne Myers, Chaplain, Camp Hill prison, leads a discussion of ministry in our prisons • 55 minutes • 6.3 MB

  • 01.10 The Christian Funeral
    Presenter: Rev. Dick Houtz

    Rev. Dick Houtz leads a discussion based on Thomas Long's new book, "Accompany Them with Singing: The Christian Funeral" • 63 minutes • 7.2 MB

  • 01.03 Medical Missions in Honduras
    Presenter: Ned Schwentker

    Lecture presented by Dr. Ned Schwentker, Derry member and pediatric orthopedic surgeon for Cure International in Honduras • 43 minutes • 5.3 MB

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