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How to Discern God’s Will and Make Decisions

By Phoenix Seminary | June 13, 2017

As humans we are constantly making decisions — paper or plastic, tea or coffee, follow or lead, shoes or sandals, In-N-Out or Chipotle, and ‘should I be an engineer or an artist’? Obviously some decision are easier to make than others and just about every decision carries a different amount of ‘weight.’ Below is the…

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Grudem’s New Book: “Free Grace Theology? 5 Concerns"

By Phoenix Seminary | June 13, 2017

“Free Grace” is a term that refers to a theological position held by a number of evangelicals that someone can have Jesus as savior without having him as their Lord. They argue that turning from sin is not a necessary component of conversion and assert genuine faith does not necessarily lead to good works. This…

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New Scholarships

By Phoenix Seminary | July 20, 2016

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Al Fadi on Fox News

Phoenix Seminary Alumnus, Al Fadi, Interviewed on Fox News

By Phoenix Seminary | December 14, 2015

Al Fadi Interview: Are Islam’s top leaders doing enough to stop radicals?

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Dr. Justin Smith Serves Missionaries in Switzerland

By Phoenix Seminary | July 13, 2015

Dr. Justin Smith just returned from a two week trip to the Breathe Conference in Switzerland. Breath is a retreat for missionaries (singles, couples, and families) who are serving in challenging settings. Dr. Smith was part of a team of pastors, counselors, medical doctors, massage therapists, youth workers, elementary workers, and preschool workers that were…

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Phoenix Seminary Student Places Third in CAPS Competition

By Phoenix Seminary | February 9, 2015

Phoenix Seminary and Fuller Theological Seminary student Andy Maurer won third place in the CAPS (Christian Association for Psychological Studies), Student Paper Competition. The title of his paper is Shalom and Holism: How a Biblical Model of Holistic Health Supports Systems Theory. Maurer will be recognized at their annual conference in Denver, Colorado. Follow the…

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Dr. John Meade published in The Southern Baptist Journal of Theology

By Phoenix Seminary | December 16, 2014

Dr. John Meade has contributed an article to the Fall 2014 Southern Baptist Journal of Theology. Follow the link to read his article: Circumcision of the Heart in Leviticus and Deuteronomy: Divine Means for Resolving Curse and Bringing Blessing

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Dr. Justin Smith Ministers to Missionaries in Switzerland

By Phoenix Seminary | June 10, 2014

This summer, Dr. Justin Smith, Associate Professor of Professional and Pastoral Counseling and Director of the Phoenix Seminary Counseling Program, has been invited to serve along with his family at Breathe, an international retreat for missionaries needing spiritual and emotional renewal.

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“Let’s Talk Bible” Audio Files

By Phoenix Seminary | January 8, 2014

Welcome to “Let’s Talk Bible with Dr. D!”   As an added enhancement, we are making all of the “Let’s Talk Bible with Dr. D!” lessons available for download in audio (MP3) format. You can download these files and listen to them on any MP3 player. New lessons will automatically be added to this list…

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