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In this episode of Concerning Him: An Emmaus podcast, host Erik Rasmussen interviews Stephen Elliot and Arthur Manning of the Computer Studies department at Emmaus about their background and the benefits that come from studying the Bible and Computer Sciences simultaneously.

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Erik is the Director of Communications and Engagement at Emmaus Bible College. He is currently pursuing a Masters of Theology from Union Theological College in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Arthur Manning has obtained a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Minnesota and an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. He has taught at Emmaus since 2001 and is currently a professor of Computer Studies at Emmaus Bible College. He enjoys studying both the Bible and science as they both show His wisdom. In his free time, he sings for the Emmaus Ensemble and plays violin in the Dubuque Community Orchestra.

I love to solve problems. Whether it is writing code to perform a complex task, engineering a computer system for peak performance in a specific application, or troubleshooting existing systems, I enjoy the challenge. I also love to teach, passing on the knowledge that I have through examples, anecdotes, and fun projects. Being an Emmaus graduate myself, I can attest to the incredible value of both the computer studies program and the great benefit of the biblical content. Outside of my role as a professor, I'm a casual gamer, a marksman, and an active participant in the local church.

Posted by Erik Rasmussen, Arthur Manning and Stephen Elliot

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