Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Confessing our Hope: New Podcast Feature

The Confessing our Hope podcast of Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary is beginning a new monthly feature called "Faith and Practice," in which Greenville Seminary President Dr. Joseph Pipa will answer questions from listeners.

The process is actually quite simple. Just e-mail your questions related to theology, faith, Christian practice, etc. to confessingourhope@gpts.edu, and Dr. Pipa will address that question on the podcast. Those individuals that submit questions we read and deal with on the air will receive a free book from the GPTS Bookstore.

Please be sure to include your question as well as your mailing address in the event we do read your question on the air. There is no limit to the number of questions you may send in. Subjects may be anything of interest to you or something about which you seek clarification in the spiritual realm. Whatever the reason…send them in!

We reserve the right to select those questions that will be handled on the program. Not every question will be addressed immediately, but all questions will be entered into a queue with the potential of being handled on a later broadcast.


  1. Send your question to confessingourhope@gpts.edu or use this form.
  2. Be sure to include your  full name and  mailing address.
So…fire up your theological and practical questions, and let’s interact with them on the program!

Here is the first edition of this podcast feature, featuring answer to questions found here

#36 – Faith and Practice #1

Visit Host William Hill's Confessing Our Hope Blog for news and information about the broadcast as well as access to all program recordings. Podcasts can also be accessed through our mobile web site.

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