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Guest: Dr. J. Michael Thigpen | Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Thigpen about covenants. Topics of conversation include: A definition of covenant The significance of covenants in understanding the Biblical narrative What the Old Testament covenants illustrate The difference between dispensational and covenant theology Practical implications of God’s covenant to us Resources for further reading on…

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Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Thigpen about repentance and forgiveness. Topics of conversation include: The distinction between the corporate blessings and curses in the Mosaic Covenant and individual salvation The anticipatory, partial, and pedagogical aspects of God’s forgiveness in response to repentance How sin was forgiven in the Old Testament God’s role in our repentance Resources…

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Michael Thigpen

Phoenix Seminary is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. J. Michael Thigpen as the next Provost of Phoenix Seminary. Dr. Thigpen currently serves as Associate Professor of Old Testament at Talbot Seminary and has served as the Executive Director of the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS) for the past decade. Ron Ogan, Chairman of the…

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