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Baader-Meinhoff and Biblical Worldview

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Posted by Ben Brittain on

My name is Ben Brittain and I am a member of the 2018 Fellows class. As someone who enjoys discussion about phenomena, let me begin this update with a notable one. The Baader-Meinhoff phenomenon can be described as the encountering of a topic, either obscure or common, and then soon afterwards...

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Idols of the Heart

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Posted by Samantha Shorey on

Hello everyone, this is Samantha Shorey here to share with you one of the many things I’ve learned in the Fellows program this year. I have had the opportunity and the blessing to read many godly, thought-provoking books, articles, and essays over the last several months. One article in...

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First Things First

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Posted by Krysten Blouin on

Greetings! My name is Krysten Blouin and I’m excited to share something with you that has transformed my understanding of theology. Over the last four months, we have encountered many fundamental theological concepts during our weekly Fellows gatherings. We’ve studied and discussed...

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Was Adam Perfected Before the Fall?

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Posted by Ashli Peightel on

"So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created them. And God blessed them and God said to them. Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth and subdue it, and have dominion over the fish of the sea and the birds of the air and over every living thing that moves on...

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On Being a Christian Physician

Posted by Dalis Kim on

My name is Dalis Kim and I am a second-year medical student at USF. I have thought in the past that I could start the day as a medical student and end the day as a faithful Christian. Medicine was seemingly immiscible with religion and this separation seemed to adequately assuage my callings as...

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Retreat Reflections

Posted by Johnny Payne on

My name is Johnny Payne and I am part of this year’s Fellows class. Since I do not attend Holy Trinity and live a good bit north of the church, I was glad to have learned about the program from my sister Katrina who participated as a fellow last year. The program has been going for...

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Recap and Reflections

Posted by Renee Selfors on

The Fellows program has been the sweetest season of growth and learning and I am so sad that it has come to a close! Not only has it laid a strong foundation of biblical truth in my life, but it has also given me an opportunity to reconcile things I have learned throughout my Christian life with...

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Not Your Ordinary Monday

Posted by Katrina Payne on

Monday nights quickly became the highlight of my week during the Fellows program. Our weekly Roundtable was a time at which we enjoyed dinner with various host families, caught up with each other about our weeks, and deeply engaged in tough theological conversations. One of the most impactful...

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Work, Culture, and Faithful Presence

Posted by Allison Wise on

At the end of his Confessions, St. Augustine meditates on the days of creation and the work and rest of God, reflecting,   "There also you will rest in us, just as now you work in us. Your rest will be through us, just as now your works are done through us. But you, Lord are always...

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A Day with Dali

Posted by Brandon Selfors on

As I reflect on our recent day trip to the Dali Museum in St. Petersburg some of my takeaways include a crash course on interpreting art, Salvador Dali's worldview, and how such a worldview squares with Christian interpretation as we learned from our seminar speaker Dr. Chuck Hill. Thanks to...

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