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fredIf there is a God who is the creator and sustainer of the universe, a God upon whose being all other things are contingent, then everything, absolutely everything is theological. Here we explore the numerous ways that the existential and philosophical coalesce into the theological.

Fred Morgan holds a Master of Divinity from Asbury Theological Seminary, as well as a Master of Ministry and a BA in Bible and Ministry from Bethel College in Mishawaka, IN.  He is a member of the Society of Biblical Literature, the International Society of Theta Phi theological honor society, Eta Beta Rho national honor society for students of biblical Hebrew, and Gamma Rho Kappa international honor society for students of the ancient Greek language.

He served as pastor of The Hill, a church for young adults which he and his wife planted in Angola, IN until resigning to further his education.  Fred currently serves as Teaching Fellow in Biblical Hebrew at Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, KY.

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  1. Michael Noffsinger says:

    I really was impressed by the accessibility.. and thought behind your work. I am a seminary student.. (in mid life) a conservative.. who is actively involved with life on the west side of Los Angeles.. I am writing a paper on Post Modernisity Worldview.. and response..

    I find so much in the world as accommodationist.. it scares me frankly.. and I just left a church…. yet I see the striking need for relevance and an incarnational approach … Yet.. I find I am more effective as a conservative fundamentalist so to speak who keeps my mouth shut.. while working in the gay and lesbian center for people with eating disorders.. in a twelve step program. .. Holding what I believe.. finding the common ground through sharing my experience in Christ.. later on.. with someone who asks.. than the watered down social activist approach of those in a soley emergent congregation.. whos beginning confession is that they have more questions than answers … and then .. almost seem to villify contemporary evangelicalism.. as a way of endearing themselves… to the predominant culture on the westside. … I am searching for a balance of relevance in my life and context of ministry.. thank you…

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