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Getting Ethical with Robert Potter

The past has no power over the present

This last Friday New Wine, New Wineskins had bioethicist Robert Potter on-campus to help us think through what it means to do ethics, especially in regards to making healthcare decisions. Robert was a medical doctor for many years and has his Phd. in ethics and theology so he’s no lightweight in this area. And he […]

In Case You Missed It Monday: March 2, 2015


In order to help you all know what’s going on at New Wine throughout the week I’ve decided to start a weekly blog post recapping the week. Every Monday expect to see an In Case You Missed It (#ICYMI) Monday post! This week New Wine was having a ton of fun! 1. John Lussier posted […]

Bob Wall, Johnny Cash, and Conflict Resolution

Conflict Resolution Impossible?

On Friday Bob Wall, former fire chief of Portland, Oregon, and a member of the New Wine, New Wineskins advisory council spoke to us about conflict resolution. If you missed that talk you can listen to it here. He wanted to shake our thinking on conflict so he titled his discussion “Conflict FX Us”. Read […]

Podcast: Bob Wall on Conflict Resolution

On Friday, January 30, New Wine Advisory Council member and former Portland Fire Chief, Bob Wall, led a student community forum on the topic of conflict resolution. If you missed the forum, then be sure to listen to the podcast!


PBS features Multnomah Biblical Seminary in their coverage of the Science for Seminaries grant


PBS’s Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly featured Multnomah Biblical Seminary in their coverage of the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s Science for Seminaries grant. New Wine, New Wineskins is responsible for overseeing and coordinating the grant in collaboration with seminary professors and our students. This video features interviews with Dr. Paul Louis Metzger and […]