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Press Release – Phoenix Seminary announces Interim President

By Josh Koch | July 20, 2023

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Phoenix Seminary Announces Dr. David Hogg as Interim President July 20, 2023 We thank you for your prayers and patience as the Presidential Search Committee continues the process of identifying the next president God is calling to lead Phoenix Seminary. While the search moves forward, the Board of Directors is pleased to…

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How Can We Study Theology for a Lifetime? Dr. Wayne Grudem

By Web Master | May 17, 2023

Guest: Dr. Wayne Grudem | Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Grudem as they discuss lifelong theological study. Topics of conversation include: Dr. Grudem’s personal journey into theological study 12 books that have had a significant impact on his understanding of the Bible and theology Encouragement for people looking to begin studying theology Theology as a foundation…

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What is Paul’s Vision for the Christian Life? Dr. Jarvis Williams

By Web Master | May 10, 2023

Guest: Dr. Jarvis Williams | Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Williams about Paul’s vision for the Christian life. Topics of conversation include: Paul’s view of the law How the New Perspective on Paul differs from a traditional understanding of justification The vertical, horizontal, and cosmic aspects of salvation What it means to live by the Spirit…

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What is Sin? Dr. Cornelius “Neal” Plantinga

By Web Master | May 3, 2023

Guest: Dr. Cornelius “Neal” Plantinga | Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Plantinga about sin. Topics of conversation include: How to define sin Why sin is not directly addressed in churches today How our sin offends and grieves God Understanding the difference between degrees of sin Resources for further reading on the topic of sin. Dr. Neal…

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How Should Christians Engage in Politics? Dr. Jonathan Leeman

By Web Master | April 26, 2023

Guest: Dr. Jonathan Leeman | Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Leeman about Christian engagement in politics. Topics of conversation include: Defining the terms politics and the church How your worldview affects your view of morality and justice Steps for thinking through how to engage politically as a Christian Distinguishing between “straight-line” and “jagged-line” issues Resources for…

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