Discipulus Institute Podcast

Class 2 – “Angels and Demons” with Jane Guenther

“Angels and Demons: Embracing the Good and Protecting from the Bad”

This course will explore our help in the angelic order to not succumb to life’s temptations and foibles.  We will look at the spiritual warfare methods we are given to overcome the wiles of the devil tactics. Our time will end with encountering the beauty of our Guardian Angels.

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Class 1 – “Angels and Demons” with Jane Guenther

“Angels and Demons: Embracing the Good and Protecting from the Bad”

This course will explore our help in the angelic order to not succumb to life’s temptations and foibles.  We will look at the spiritual warfare methods we are given to overcome the wiles of the devil tactics. Our time will end with encountering the beauty of our Guardian Angels.

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Class 5 – “Theology of Suffering: Theory and Practice” with Dr. Ed Hogan

Perhaps one of the greatest questions we face in our lifetime is why God allows suffering. Oftentimes it seems we are never given a clear answer. In five-week course, Dr. Ed Hogan will walk us through an understanding of suffering in theory and practice using the writings of St. Augustine, Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, and C.S. Lewis.

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Class 4 – “Theology of Suffering: Theory and Practice” with Dr. Ed Hogan

Perhaps one of the greatest questions we face in our lifetime is why God allows suffering. Oftentimes it seems we are never given a clear answer. In five-week course, Dr. Ed Hogan will walk us through an understanding of suffering in theory and practice using the writings of St. Augustine, Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, and C.S. Lewis.

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Class 3 – “Theology of Suffering: Theory and Practice” with Dr. Ed Hogan

Perhaps one of the greatest questions we face in our lifetime is why God allows suffering. Oftentimes it seems we are never given a clear answer. In five-week course, Dr. Ed Hogan will walk us through an understanding of suffering in theory and practice using the writings of St. Augustine, Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, and C.S. Lewis.

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