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New Master of Theology Degree at Phoenix Seminary

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As an accredited graduate-level theological seminary with its main campus in Arizona, Phoenix Seminary is pleased to announce a brand new, residential Master of Theology (Th.M.) in Biblical Studies beginning in the Fall 2019. The Th.M. in Biblical Studies is an advanced post-graduate degree intended to prepare students with the knowledge and research skills required for in-depth study of the Bible in its original languages. Students will hone their use of Hebrew and Greek as they advance their understanding of biblical theology and engage current trends in biblical studies.

This degree is designed for those with an M.Div. who want additional, focused training in a single subject matter. While pursuing this degree, students will engage with an outstanding faculty in the study of Scripture, be exposed to contemporary theological issues, and learn to think biblically, independently, and constructively. Due to the rigor of study and our intention for small class sizes, the Master of Theology is only available in our traditional campus setting.

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