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Renewing the Discussion Between Faith and Science

Jay Smith, President  |  May 3, 2017 5:26 pm

The Inaugural Klein S. Gilhousen Lecture for the Conversation Between Faith and Science God has a way of turning lemons into lemonade. Approximately one year ago this past April, the co-founder of Yellowstone Theological Institute, Klein Gilhousen, passed away from complications following a battle with lymphoma. Klein was a brilliant systems engineer; a polymath, and … MORE

The Other Side: An Easter Reflection

Jay Smith, President  |  April 16, 2017 8:00 am

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Crucifixion and Sacrifice In recent years, I have encountered something very strange on Easter Sunday in churches all over the United States: pastors preaching about the crucifixion and the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross for our salvation. Don’t misunderstand me. I give God glory and honor for what was done for the world on … MORE

Good Friday Reflection

Bill Fowler, Provost  |  April 14, 2017 8:00 am

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Jesus’ Last Words From the cross of Calvary Jesus uttered seven statements that are often referenced as “The Seven Last Words of Jesus.” Of course, these are NOT the seven last words that Jesus ever spoke. The risen Christ had much to say, and he continues to speak to those who follow him! But as … MORE

What’s for Breakfast?

Bill Fowler, Provost  |  March 27, 2017 11:46 am

Life in the Breakfast Room Sheryl is the warm, friendly hostess for the breakfast area at a Bellingham hotel. She goes about her task with a smile, engaging the breakfast crowd with thoughtfulness and care. Her genuine concern for the folks she serves exudes in everything she does. Some guests are overnighters and only get … MORE

President’s Travelogue: Bath Spa, England

Jay Smith, President  |  March 10, 2017 1:08 pm

The rolling hills of Somerset, Devon, and Gloucestershire I have landed this week in Bath Spa, England. It is located in Somerset county, the southwest of England. It is adjacent to the River Avon, and is at the southernmost corner of the Cotswolds. Other than the magnificent Georgian architecture, the historic Roman baths, and the … MORE