Author Archives: Mike Glodo

About Mike Glodo

Mike Glodo is Associate Professor of Biblical studies and Dean of the Chapel at Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando where he teaches biblical studies, preaching, and pastoral theology. He served six years (2000-2006) as Stated Clerk of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church.

Dr. Frank Farrell, True Greatness

The following was written to Del and Nancy Belcher upon last week’s death of Nancy’s father, Frank Farrell. Frank and Marjorie “retired” to Orlando where he taught church history and Christian classics at Reformed Theological Seminary’s new campus during its first decade. A … Continue reading

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Memorial Homily for Imogene Glodo*

Honesty can be a challenge at a funeral. Truth be told, for some people, it’s hard to come up with a whole lot of good things to say when they’ve died. Funerals have a way of making saints out of … Continue reading

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The Gravedigger Digs in Vain

A Graveside Homily for Nettie Imogene Glodo June 10, 2014 It seems that people in all times and all places want to lay their dead to rest in a beautiful place, whether for the scattering of ashes or for burial … Continue reading

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You Must Own It Before You Disown It

Following was the address to incoming students at Reformed Theological Seminary Orlando on August 23, 1999. See the postscript for an update on the details. My mother doesn’t live here, but let me tell you about her. She’s 82 years … Continue reading

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Movie Notes: Mud

From circa a year ago: After watching Mud at the Enzian last Friday night I officially forgave Reese Witherspoon  for her erstwhile C.O.P.S. appearance and Matthew McConnaughy for besmirching the memory of Johnny Cash with his tribute rendition of The … Continue reading

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The Son of God: Seeing vs. Hearing

The pending release of the film Son of God reminded me of what I wrote back in 2004 with the release of Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ. Which also reminded me of the large scale recruitment of church … Continue reading

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One Baptism, NIB

One Baptism – “NIB” Mike Glodo[1] Have you ever been perplexed by “netspeak?”  The world wide web has introduced a flood of new vocabulary, especially acronyms –  www, http, aol, ftp.  Instant- and text-messaging possess a language practically their own … Continue reading

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