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Text & Canon Institute Launches New Fellowship

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The Phoenix Seminary Text & Canon Institute is pleased to announce the launch of a brand new program designed in conjunction with our exciting new ThM degree.

The TCI Fellowship is one-year scholarship and mentoring program for a student in the Phoenix Seminary ThM program who intends to pursue doctoral studies in Old or New Testament textual criticism, canon studies, or ancillary disciplines. The Fellowship comes with up to $10,000 in scholarship funding toward the ThM degree.

Text & Canon Institute Fellowship

TCI Fellows work directly with the directors, Dr. John Meade and Dr. Peter Gurry, to implement the vision of the Text & Canon Institute and may participate with them in research, teaching, and other related duties. Fellows must have a previous Master of Divinity (MDiv) degree and must show a strong proficiency in the biblical languages.

Applications for the program are now open for the Fall of 2019. A description of the benefits, expectations, and requirements may be found on the TCI Fellowship page. Completed applications should be sent directly to the directors.

For more information about the Text & Canon Institute, see the directors’ recent interview with the Logos Academic Blog or subscribe to the TCI newsletter.

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