The Seminary Explores
What We Should Know about Nicaragua

What We Should Know about Nicaragua

May 26, 2014

Dr. Christianson interviews Greg Bowles the On-Site Director of Project Gettysburg-Leon in Leon, Nicaragua.  They talk about how Nicaragua, the second poorest nation in the Western Hemisphere next to Haiti, is attempting to address issues of poverty, hunger, and land management.  The government is leading the way by making more animals available for farmers. Programs like Project Gettysburg-Leon are working to train local agricultural extension teams, as well as develop health, education, and art centers.

The 10 Top Stories in Religion for 2013

The 10 Top Stories in Religion for 2013

January 10, 2014

Dr. Strobert speaks with Dr. Eric Crump about the top ten stories in religion for 2013.

The top stories included:

  • The resignation of the Pope Benedict
  • The election of Pope France and his emphasis on the poor and the reforms in the Curia
  • The election of the first woman presiding bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
  • And more...

The Sustainability of Seminary Education

The Sustainability of Seminary Education

October 4, 2013

Host Dr. Gerald Christianson explores the future sustainability of seminary education with The Rev. Michael L. Cooper-White, President of the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg.