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Congratulations to Our Zondervan Greek Award Winner!

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Michael Alling

Mike also serves as a firefighter

Every year, Zondervan Publishers partners with universities and seminaries across the country to honor students who have excelled in the study of biblical Greek. Given the foundational importance of the biblical languages for theology, Phoenix Seminary has joined with Zondervan to encourage our students to excel in their study of Greek. The award will be given annually each Spring.

Today, the faculty is pleased to announce that our first winner is Mr. Michael Alling! Michael went above and beyond the course requirements, often doubling or tripling the assigned homework and the result was a perfect final grade.

In honor of his achievement, he has received a free book from Zondervan and will have his name inscribed on a plaque to be hung in our new Biblical Research Center.

Congratulations, Michael!

Interested in the biblical languages? Phoenix Seminary offers a number of programs with courses in both Hebrew and Greek, including the Master of Divinity in Biblical and Theological Studies and the Master of Arts in Biblical and Theological Studies. Inquire or apply today.

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