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Theology Is for Everyone: God

In the third video in the “Theology Is for Everyone” series, Dr. Jeremy Kimble, Associate Professor of Theology at Cedarville University, explains the theology of God and why it is so important to the believer.

In this video, Dr. Kimble shares what the Bible teaches about God and what that mean to us. When we understand who God is, we should recognize:

  • God is worthy of worship.
  • Life should be God-centered.
  • We should pray to God constantly.
  • God is powerful enough to transform our life.
  • God will overcome evil in the end.
  • We must keep ourselves from idols.

How we think about God shapes our Christian life. A life centered on God will be lived for His glory.


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Posted in Biblical-and-Theological-Studies Philosophy and Theology


Theology Is for Everyone: Scripture

In the second video in the “Theology Is for Everyone” series, Dr. Jeremy Kimble, Associate Professor of Theology at Cedarville University, explains what Scripture is and why it's important to understand what the Bible says about itself.

In the video, Dr. Kimble answers three questions.

  1. What is Scripture?
  2. What are the attributes of Scripture?
  3. What are some applications  for us?


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Posted in Biblical-and-Theological-Studies Philosophy and Theology


Theology Is for Everyone – Introduction

It's easy to think that the study of theology is only for pastors and Bible professors, but that's not true! Theology is for everyone who walks in a church and thinks thoughts and speaks words about God. And, we want to be good theological thinkers, regardless of our role in the church.

In the introduction to his “Theology Is for Everyone” video series, Dr. Jeremy Kimble, Associate Professor of Theology at Cedarville University, answers three key questions:

  1. What is theology?
  2. How do we do theology?
  3. Why should we study theology?

Theology is essential for every believer, because to engage in theology is to engage in Christian living. 


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Posted in Biblical-and-Theological-Studies Philosophy and Theology


The Unseen Pandemic Impacting Healthcare Providers

Pharmacist assisting a customer with a question about and over-the-counter productBy Dr. McKenzie Grinalds, Dr. Jeff Huston, Dr. Zachary Jenkins
Cedarville University School of Pharmacy

Burnout and work-related stress are not new issues in health care. But according to the September 2022 Journal of American Medicine, the COVID-19 pandemic has poured kerosene on that fire, leading health care professionals to work under increasingly difficult conditions. In particular, pharmacists were called upon to drive patient care during the pandemic, without changes to their typical job function. Economic forces and personnel shortages have further impacted care.

Such conditions have led to what many are calling the “Great Resignation.” In health care, this has manifested as an exodus of health care workers from frontline patient care roles. For example, according to Elsevier Health, 31% of physicians and nurses globally said they planned to leave their current role in the next two-to-three years.

Looking at respondents from the United States, that number is even higher — 47%. In 2021, the Ohio Board of Pharmacy reported that 16% of Ohio pharmacists reported planning to leave their career as a pharmacist altogether, while 40% of respondents indicated they were open to changing careers in the future. This is alarming, as many pharmacists already operate in health care deserts where options for patients are few.

Something must change, but what?


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Posted in Pharmacy Pharmacy


Lessons Learned From Monday Night Football Collapse: 4 Questions Every Parent Should Ask

In the wake of the recent Damar Hamlin football injury, many parents or guardians might be asking if their child should continue to participate in youth sports, high school, sports or at the intercollegiate level. Michael Weller, Ed.D., AT, ATC,  Associate Professor of Athletic Training and Director of the Athletic Training program at Cedarville University says YES, but you must ask four questions of your local youth sports organizers and your athletic directors to help keep your child safe.


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Posted in Athletic Training Athletics Master of Athletic Training


Students Blessed by GMHC Conference

Pharmacy student taking older woman's blood pressureThe Global Mission Health Conference (GMHC), was an incredible experience again this year. This was my second time attending GMHC with our pharmacy students, and seeing the benefits of the conference each year is a blessing. Cedarville University has a vast presence at this conference, with many healthcare undergraduate and graduate students in attendance. In particular, the School of Pharmacy sends out our entire first-year pharmacy students to the conference each year. I have also had the privilege of connecting with alumni while at this conference. Gathering with like-minded believers who all have a heart to make a kingdom impact by using their gifts as healthcare professionals and students is something so powerful.


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Posted in PharmD


Impressive Flood Evidences in the Coconino Sandstone

John Whitmore teaching at Grand Canyon

Cedarville University geology professor Dr. John Whitmore is considered a leading scientist in the creation science community. He was part of the production of an important documentary that highlights historical evidence for Noah’s Flood. In Mountains After the Floods, Dr. Whitmore discusses his research on fossil fish records recovered from post-Flood basins in Wyoming that formed as a result of rising mountains in the waning stages of the Flood. He was also featured in the 2017 documentary Is Genesis History?

Dr. Whitmore is best known for his important work on the Coconino Sandstone, a well-known rock layer of the Grand Canyon. It is the light beige colored sandstone that is often seen higher in the canyon walls.


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Posted in Geology Science-and-Mathematics


Spiritual Abuse in Relationships

Today’s post is from Celeste Hurley, Cedarville University's Confidential Advocate from Family Violence Prevention Center.

woman pushing man awayPhilippians 2:3-5 “Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit. Rather, in humility value others above yourselves, not looking to your own interests but each of you to the interests of the others. In your relationships with one another, have the same mindset as Christ Jesus:”

One tactic that is used to gain power and control in a relationship is spiritual abuse. Spiritual abuse happens when someone uses spiritual or religious beliefs to hurt, scare, or control you. This could be accomplished through forcing someone to follow a particular religious script, restricting or mocking someone's beliefs, or using beliefs to limit and control the other person. This additionally impacts a person by isolating them from who Christ is and what it means to be loved in a genuine and noncontractual way.


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Posted in Title IX


M.B.A. in Innovation and Entrepreneurship Answers "Why?" for Engineer

My mechanical engineering degree gave me the tools I needed to bring value to the field, but I never developed a passion for the coursework. Industry tends to push engineers into project management for their logical thinking and skill with numbers. I knew I wasn’t where I wanted to be and felt unprepared for the business demands of project management. Rarely satisfied with my career, I felt trapped by the decisions of a naïve 18-year-old.


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Posted in Entrepreneurship MA in Innovation MBA


What God Says to a Victim of Coercive Control

woman pushing man awayAs helpers, friends, and fellow image-bearers, the faith community needs to come alongside a person who is the victim of coercive control/abuse and use words and actions that show God’s heart to them.


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Posted in Title IX