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One-on-one with Bobby Hofman: Via

Bobby Hofman, founder of Via St. Louis, meets with the Office of Young Adult Ministry to discuss young adult leadership and building community in time of transition.

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Taking on Transition: A College Graduate’s Guide

Are you a senior in college and don’t exactly know where to go or what to do after graduation? Hey, me too! The sheltered college life and the “real world” are two very different stages of life and we hope to make that transition easier.

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Theology on Tap Podcast

What is Suffering For?

In the history of philosophy and theology, a great deal of time and energy has been spent on the question; How can a good God permit the existence of evil and suffering?

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Love in the Waiting

Are you in a season of waiting? Lauren Scharmer shares her personal story about how she has learned to seek God during the waiting. 

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Discipulus Institute Podcast

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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Emmaus Studies