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Nathan Tarr, a noted pastor, professor, and historical theologian, has been hired as associate professor of pastoral theology and director of the doctor of ministry program at Phoenix Seminary, President Brian Arnold announced on May 19, 2022. Tarr will begin his role on July 1. His appointment affirms Phoenix Seminary’s foundational commitment to “Scholarship with…

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  On February 22, President Brian Arnold announced the expansion and enhancement of Phoenix Seminary’s online learning programs. The seminary will now offer its Master of Arts in Ministry degree program with a concentration in Christian Studies completely online. The seminary’s improved online programs showcase the seminary’s superb faculty in a stunning new studio and…

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On November 17–18, Phoenix Seminary’s Text and Canon Institute (TCI) hosted the Origen as Philologist colloquium, an event that brought together a group of international scholars to explore Origen’s textual scholarship on the Old Testament and its reception in Late Antiquity. “It’s extremely important to me,” said Peter J. Gentry, distinguished visiting professor of Old…

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In an effort to establish strong partnerships with Christian institutions in the Valley and enable college students who have been called to ministry to enter into their desired roles sooner, Phoenix Seminary has entered into a partnership with Arizona Christian University that allows ACU graduates with a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical and Theological Studies…

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Noted historian David S. Hogg has been named as professor of church history and director of library services at Phoenix Seminary, president Brian Arnold announced Thursday, June 3rd, 2021. As our head librarian, Hogg’s primary work will be to lead the library, building on the excellent foundation current Director of Library Services, Doug Olbert and…

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Phoenix Seminary Launches the Faith Seeking Understanding Podcast On Friday, December 18, Phoenix Seminary launched its first podcast, Faith Seeking Understanding, hosted by Dr. Brian Arnold, president of the seminary and associate professor of Theology. In the podcast, Arnold interviews guests who discuss matters of theology, the Bible, and practical ministry.  “‘Faith seeking understanding’ is…

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The new edition will help future generations of evangelicals understand Scripture and grow as Christians. With more than 750,000 copies sold, Dr. Wayne Grudem’s Systematic Theology: An Introduction to Biblical Doctrine has been the most widely used resource in its area over the past 25 years. Now all 57 chapters have been thoroughly revised and…

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