The Seminary Explores Podcast
From the religion beat to the arts, from theology to politics, from ethics to interfaith issues, the Seminary Explores podcasts give you a mind opening glimpse of the world, 20 minutes at a time. When and where you want it.
Established in 1970 as a radio program for central PA audiences, the Seminary Explores exercised its mission as an outreach in public theology and mission leadership by moving to the web in late 2013.
No longer broadcast early Sunday mornings, The Seminary Explores provides an opportunity for the Seminary's wider constituencies and the global community to hear a variety of issues that are of significant theological interest, but do not entail self-advertising or proselytizing.
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Podcasts listed by year
|12/23/2013||Christmas: Where It All Began||Mark Hoffman|
|12/9/2013||Historical Artist Dale Gallon||Dale Gallon|
|11/25/2013||The Work of a Systematic Theologian||Kristin Largen|
|11/11/2013||The Issues and Challenges for the Church in Northern Germany||Gerhard Ulrich|
|10/28/2013||What is special about the new Seminary Ridge Museum?||Barbara Franco|
|10/16/2013||Looking Back, Looking Forward||Strobert/Christianson|
|9/30/2013||The Sustainability of Seminary Education||Michael Cooper-White|
|Looking into the Heavens with an Astrophysicist|
|The Fourth of July, the Founding Fathers and the First Peoples of this Country|