Dr. Frederick Eikerenkoetter II, and Bishop Xavier Eikerenkoetter are theological and philosophical educators that believe in making students’ lives count in the world.

| June 24, 2012

Dr. Frederick Eikerenkoetter II and his son, Bishop Xavier Eikerenkoetter are two theological and philosophical educators that believe in making students’ lives count in the world. For example, Bishop Xavier, in weekly discourses given at Sunday services at noon (High Noon), engages Columbia students and alumni on ethics, morality and virtues. The forums take place at United Palace Cathedral, located at 4140 Broadway at 175th St., New York City.  You are all welcome to come out on Sundays.  The music is unbelievable and incomparable at any NYC gospel service.   A sampling of  topics to be discussed on this webpage has a lot to do with student potential and achievement.   Dr. Frederick Eikerenkoetter gives explanations and information in his two-part tape series “How to Prosper Regardless of World Conditions.” He says, “The economy revolves around what people think. Your personal economy is based on your personal thinking.” The challenging question to be addressed is “How are we planning to prosper regardless of these upcoming world conditions? With that question and more to come, we hope for robust comments and student to student interaction.

Pastor Jack Bomar is now preaching, teaching and counseling in Hawaii.

Other topics to be explored:

– A full-scale critical examination of John Dewey’s book titled “Faith.”

– Religion and its role in education.
http://www.revike.org/; www.unitedpalacecathedral.org