Podcast Archive - Lectures (2017)

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  • 04.09 The Reformation (4 of 4)
    Presenter: Lee Barrett

    Part four in a series of four lectures by Dr. Lee Barrett, the Mary B. and Henry P. Stager Chair in Theology and Professor of Systematic Theology at Lancaster Theological Seminary. 58 minutes. 6.7 MB.

  • 04.02 The Reformation (3 of 4)
    Presenter: Lee Barrett

    Part three in a series of four lectures by Dr. Lee Barrett, the Mary B. and Henry P. Stager Chair in Theology and Professor of Systematic Theology at Lancaster Theological Seminary. 66 minutes. 7.6 MB.

  • 03.26 The Reformation (2 of 4)
    Presenter: Lee Barrett

    Part two in a series of four lectures by Dr. Lee Barrett, the Mary B. and Henry P. Stager Chair in Theology and Professor of Systematic Theology at Lancaster Theological Seminary. 66 minutes. 7.6 MB.

  • 03.19 The Reformation (1 of 4)
    Presenter: Lee Barrett

    This year multitudes of Christians will celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, a phenomenon that has been hailed as one of the most transformative movements in the history of Western culture. For centuries, people have debated what the upheaval was really about and what its legacy has been. Did it give birth to healthy forms of church life, or did it generate unnecessary religious divisions? Come explore the controversial question of the continuing relevance of the Reformation for our contemporary world with Dr. Lee Barrett, the Mary B. and Henry P. Stager Chair in Theology and Professor of Systematic Theology at Lancaster Theological Seminary. Week 1 of 4. 62 minutes. 7.1 MB.

  • 02.26 Chance, Necessity, Love: A Practical Theology of Cancer and Evolution
    Presenter: Rev. Dr. Leonard Hummel

    Rev. Dr. Leonard Hummel, Professor of Pastoral Theology and Director of Supervised Clinical Ministry at Gettysburg Seminary, presents a variety of scientific, religious, social, personal and theological perspectives and practical insights on the phenomenon of cancer. 60 minutes • 6.9 MB

  • 02.12 Micah (2 of 2)
    Presenter: Julia O'Brien

    Julia M. O’Brien, Professor of Old Testament at Lancaster Theological Seminary, presents the second part of a lecture series based on a Bible commentary on the book of Micah that she published reflecting on the significance of Micah’s construction of the world. Micah’s perspective on sin, salvation, the human condition, and the nature of YHWH affects the way people live —in part by shaping their own thought and in part by shaping the power structures in which they live. These two classes invite you to discern in community your own hopes and dreams: What is justice? What should the future look like? 65 minutes • 7.4 MB

  • 02.05 Micah (1 of 2)
    Presenter: Julia O'Brien

    Julia M. O’Brien, Professor of Old Testament at Lancaster Theological Seminary, presents the first part of a lecture series based on a Bible commentary on the book of Micah that she published reflecting on the significance of Micah’s construction of the world. Micah’s perspective on sin, salvation, the human condition, and the nature of YHWH affects the way people live —in part by shaping their own thought and in part by shaping the power structures in which they live. These two classes invite you to discern in community your own hopes and dreams: What is justice? What should the future look like? 65 minutes • 7.5 MB

  • 01.29 Refugee Resettlement
    Presenter: Diana Govender

    Diana Govender of Catholic Charities' Refugee Resettlement Services, discusses how they work with state and federal governments to resettle refugees, helping them adjust to new lives and newfound freedom. 53 minutes • 6.1 MB

  • 01.22 Medical Mission Outreach
    Presenter: Jody Silliker

    Jody Silliker is an RN and Lutheran minister who holds certifications in counseling, spiritual direction and bioethics. She founded Holy Spirit's Medical Outreach Service 23 years ago and, five years later, the Health Ministries of Christ Lutheran Church, Harrisburg. Jody serves as director of Medical Outreach and pastor of Christ Church. Developed for the severely low income and uninsured people of Harrisburg, the Health Ministries of Christ include a daily nursing clinic and hospitality drop-in center for the homeless, an urgent care clinic, a prenatal care clinic and a dental clinic. 48 minutes • 5.6 MB

  • 01.15 Cuba Peacemaking
    Presenter: John Goode

    John Goode talks about exploratory partnership opportunities that are being made between churches in the USA and Cuba: learn how Derry may become involved. 59 minutes • 6.8 MB

  • 01.08 Living Waters for the World
    Presenter: Rev Wil Howie

    Rev. Wil Howie, founder and ambassador for Living Waters for the World, tells how the organization began and how it brings life-giving waters to people in need throughout the world. 49 minutes • 5.7 MB

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