• God’s Universe Deserves a University

    By Eric L. Johnson One of the most celebrated astronomers of the early scientific revolution was Johannes Kepler. Born into a Lutheran family in 1571, he became enamored by the night sky at the age of 6 when his mother pointed out to him a comet. Though gifted in mathematics, his first academic pursuit was …

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  • The City, Winter-Spring 2019 edition

    Christian Counseling: My Life, Calling and the Counseling Ministry

    By Dr. John Spoede, LPC-S, LCDC, NCC, CSC This article will be in many ways the story of my own journey of faith and understanding.  Looking back, even to some of my early life, I can see how my calling and experiences have led me to this point.  I have learned to rely on my …

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  • The City, Winter-Spring 2019 edition

    The Soul and Science: Challenging the “Consensus”

    By Dr. Joshua Farris Are we souls, bodies, or some combination of the two? Even raising the question anymore is met with similar responses of raising questions about current longstanding government programs. Once you have them, it is hard to consider alternatives. And, even when they are practically overturned, their shadow is often still with …

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