Podcast Archive - Lectures (2012)

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  • 12.23 On Our Own Terms (3 of 3)
    Presenter: Anne Myers & Dr. Mary Simmons

    Anne Myers, Spiritual Director for Homeland Hospice, and oncologist Dr. Mary Simmons conclude their three-week series on issues relating to end-of-life care • 63 minutes • 7.2 MB

  • 12.16 On Our Own Terms (2 of 3)
    Presenter: Anne Myers & Dr. Mary Simmons

    Anne Myers, Spiritual Director for Homeland Hospice, presents the first of three lectures on issues related to death and dying •55 minutes • 6.3 MB

  • 12.09 On Our Own Terms (1 of 3)
    Presenter: Anne Myers

    Anne Myers, Spiritual Director for Homeland Hospice, presents the first of three lectures on issues related to death and dying • 50 minutes • 5.8 MB

  • 12.02 The Opportunities and Challenges of the Mainline Protestant Witness in These Times
    Presenter: Dr. Carol Lytch

    Dr. Carol E. Lytch, a sociologist of religion and president of Lancaster Theological Seminary, reflects on new patterns in American religious life and identifies some openings for the mainline Protestant witness in these times • 61 minutes • 7 MB

  • 10.28 The Importance of Afghanistan and Pakistan to the United States
    Presenter: Dr. Larry Goodson

    Dr. Larry Goodson, Professor of Middle East Studies at the US Army War College discusses the history and current structure of Afghanistan and Pakistan and relationships with the United States • 64 minutes • 7.4 MB

  • 10.14 Religion and the First Amendment (2 of 2)
    Presenter: Bob Hanna

    Robert G. Hanna Jr.,, lawyer at Lavery Faherty Patterson, Harrisburg, concludes his discussion of religion and the First Amendment by focusing on the establishment clause and the Supreme Court case of Kitzmiller v Dover Area School District • 54 minutes • 6.3 MB

  • 10.07 Religion and the First Amendment (1 of 2)
    Presenter: Bob Hanna

    Robert G. Hanna Jr.,, lawyer at Lavery Faherty Patterson, Harrisburg explores religion and the First Amendment as it is presently applied by our federal court system. In this, the first class in a two-part series, Bob provides some history, examines the First Amendment and presents some applicable protests and Supreme Court cases • 50 minutes • 5.8 MB

  • 09.30 New Presbyterian Hymnal
    Presenter: David Eicher

    David Eicher, Hymnal Editor for the Presbyterian Publishing Corporation in Louisville, Kentucky, talks about how hymns were selected for the new Presbyterian hymnal that will publish in September 2013 • 52 minutes • 6 MB

  • 09.23 The Book of Revelation: Prophecy of Doom or Message of Hope? (5 of 5)
    Presenter: Rev. Dr. Charles "Buz" Myers

    Rev. Charles (Buz) Myers, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Religious Studies at Gettysburg College, continues his discussion on what is surely the most confounding, most controversial book in the New Testament. This week's lecture focuses on chapters 19-22 • 65 minutes • 7.5 MB

  • 09.16 The Book of Revelation: Prophecy of Doom or Message of Hope? (4 of 5)
    Presenter: Rev. Dr. Charles "Buz" Myers

    Rev. Charles (Buz) Myers, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Religious Studies at Gettysburg College, continues his discussion on what is surely the most confounding, most controversial book in the New Testament. This week's lecture focuses on chapters 15-18 • 63 minutes • 7.2 MB

  • 09.09 The Book of Revelation: Prophecy of Doom or Message of Hope? (3 of 5)
    Presenter: Rev. Dr. Charles "Buz" Myers

    Rev. Charles (Buz) Myers, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Religious Studies at Gettysburg College, continues his discussion on what is surely the most confounding, most controversial book in the New Testament. This week's lecture focuses on chapters 10-15 • 57 minutes • 6.6 MB

  • 09.02 The Book of Revelation: Prophecy of Doom or Message of Hope? (2 of 5)
    Presenter: Rev. Dr. Charles "Buz" Myers

    Rev. Charles (Buz) Myers, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Religious Studies at Gettysburg College, continues his discussion on what is surely the most confounding, most controversial book in the New Testament. This week's lecture focuses on chapters 4-6 • 60 minutes • 6.9 MB

  • 08.26 The Book of Revelation: Prophecy of Doom or Message of Hope? (1 of 5)
    Presenter: Rev. Dr. Charles "Buz" Myers

    Rev. Charles (Buz) Myers, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Religious Studies at Gettysburg College, discusses what is surely the most confounding, most controversial book in the New Testament. What is the central message of this widely read, oftentimes misread, and too often unread book? Is that message one that should cause anxiety in the present and fear about the future, or does the Book of Revelation offer a message of hope and encouragement? 62 minutes • 7.2 MB

  • 05.20 From Atheism to Faith
    Presenter: Rodica Mihalis

    Derry Member Rodica Mihalis was born and raised in communist Romania, an atheist country. She defected from Romania in 1981 in search of freedoms, and in 1987 became a US citizen. Her recently published memoir, "The Gypsy Saw Two Lives", tells her journey from indoctrination against God to having many doubts before finding faith in a Higher Power. Rodica will highlight the freedoms we take for granted, increasing awareness of our blessings • 51 minutes • 5.9 MB

  • 05.13 Faith in the Age of Facebook
    Presenter: Rosie Magee

    Rosie McGee, the Helen Carnell Eden Chaplain at Wilson College, Chambersburg, talks about the life of a college chaplain and issues facing young adults today • 61 minutes • 7.0 MB

  • 05.06 What Will Christianity in the United States Be Like in 2050? (4 of 4)
    Presenter: Lee Barrett

    Lee Barrett, Mary B. and Henry P. Stager Chair in Theology and Professor of Systematic Theology, Lancaster Theological Seminary, concludes a discussion on the colossal changes that are occurring in all churches and offers some predictions of what may happen to Christianity in the United States in the next few decades •62 minutes • 7.2 MB

  • 04.29 What Will Christianity in the United States Be Like in 2050? (3 of 4)
    Presenter: Lee Barrett

    ee Barrett, Mary B. and Henry P. Stager Chair in Theology and Professor of Systematic Theology, Lancaster Theological Seminary, continues a discussion on the colossal changes that are occurring in all churches and offers some predictions of what may happen to Christianity in the United States in the next few decades • 63 minutes • 7.2 MB

  • 04.22 What Will Christianity in the United States Be Like in 2050? (2 of 4)
    Presenter: Lee Barrett

    Lee Barrett, Mary B. and Henry P. Stager Chair in Theology and Professor of Systematic Theology, Lancaster Theological Seminary, discusses the colossal changes that are occurring in all churches, some predictions of what may happen to Christianity in the United States in the next few decades, and some divergent proposals about what should be done in order to foster the health of our faith • 62 minutes • 7.1 MB

  • 04.15 What Will Christianity in the United States Be Like in 2050? (1 of 4)
    Presenter: Lee Barrett

    Lee Barrett, Mary B. and Henry P. Stager Chair in Theology and Professor of Systematic Theology, Lancaster Theological Seminary, discusses the colossal changes that are occurring in all churches, some predictions of what may happen to Christianity in the United States in the next few decades, and some divergent proposals about what should be done in order to foster the health of our faith • 62 minutes • 7.2 MB

  • 03.25 InterVarsity
    Presenter: Jon & Jen Eisenberg

    Jon Eisenberg, National Advancement Officer for the Northeast Region, and Jen Eisenberg, coach and trainer in the mid-Atlantic, provide an update and answer questions about the work of InterVarsity on college campuses in the region.• 53 minutes • 6 MB

  • 03.18 Joyful Christian Marriage (4 of 4)
    Presenter: Bob Unverzagt & Others

    Bob Unverzagt, author of "A Dozen Roses from God: Experiencing Fullness of Joy in Your Marriage," leads a panel discussion on sexuality along with Derry members Cindy & Jim Royer and Jana & Barron Shaw • 63 minutes • 7.3 MB

  • 03.04 Joyful Christian Marriage (3 of 4)
    Presenter: Bob Unverzagt & Others

    Bob Unverzagt, author of "A Dozen Roses from God: Experiencing Fullness of Joy in Your Marriage," leads a panel discussion on encouragement along with Derry members Cindy & Jim Royer and Mike & Tracey Kinney • 53 minutes • 6.1 MB

  • 02.26 Joyful Christian Marriage (2 of 4)
    Presenter: Bob Unverzagt & Others

    Bob Unverzagt, author of "A Dozen Roses from God: Experiencing Fullness of Joy in Your Marriage," leads a panel discussion on encouragement along with Derry members Pete & Doris Feil, Jana & Barron Shaw and Tracey & Mike Kinney • 56 minutes • 6.4 MB

  • 02.19 Joyful Christian Marriage (1 of 4)
    Presenter: Bob Unverzagt & Others

    Bob Unverzagt, author of "A Dozen Roses from God: Experiencing Fullness of Joy in Your Marriage," leads a panel discussion on joy along with Derry members Pete & Doris Feil, Greg & Lois Harris, and Dan & Lori Speck • 55 minutes • 6.4 MB

  • 02.12 Was America Founded as a Christian Nation? (2 of 2)
    Presenter: John Fea

    John Fea, Chair and Associate Professor of History, Messiah College, discusses the role of Presbyterians in the American Revolution • 62 minutes • 7.2 MB

  • 02.05 Was America Founded as a Christian Nation? (1 of 2)
    Presenter: John Fea

    John Fea, Chair and Associate Professor of History, Messiah College, discusses whether America was founded to be a Christian nation, as many evangelicals assert, or a secular state, as others contend. He will approach the question from a historical perspective in order to see past the emotional rhetoric of today to the recorded facts of our past • 56 minutes • 6.5 MB

  • 01.29 Krislund Camp Update
    Presenter: Harold Nightwine

    Harold Nightwine, Derry Member, talks about what has been happening at Camp Krislund. Excitement has been building at Krislund as the camp has been working to prepare the property to support 20 new heated and air conditioned cabins for adult use • 54 minutes • 6.3 MB

  • 01.22 Allison Hill Fund
    Presenter: Rick Woodard

    Rick Woodard, Executive Director, The Allison Hill Fund, talks about what the Allison Hill Fund is and how it supports 11 faith-based organizations in the Allison Hill Section of Harrisburg. These organizations have a direct impact on the lives of those who live in an area of great need • 20 minutes • 2.4 MB

  • 01.15 Channels Food Rescue
    Presenter: Lori Hoffmaster

    Lori Hoffmaster, Executive Director, Channels Food Rescue, talks about the many ways Channels helps people in need: collecting and redistributing perishable foods to local food banks, training unemployed people in the food service trades, providing meals to underprivileged children in Harrisburg, and much more • 52 minutes • 6 MB

  • 01.08 Microfinance
    Presenter: Bill Alexander

    Derry member Bill Alexander, Lecturer, Goergen Entrepreneurial Management Program, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, explores the pros and cons of supporting microfinance in third world countries and considers what role Derry Church might play. 54 minutes • 6.2 MB

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