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Founded in 2019, the Phoenix Seminary Text & Canon Institute produces academic research and church resources that illuminate the history of the Bible. Accessible, informed articles on how we got the Bible are published monthly at our new website at textandcanon.org.

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Institute Events & Initiatives

Scribes & Scripture Conferences

A traveling conference from the Text & Canon Institute's directors that explains how we got the Bible. Designed for churches, college ministries, and other groups, explore how a set of books written in multiple languages by dozens of authors across thousands of years became the Bible we know and trust today.

ThM Fellowship

The Text & Canon Institute Fellowship is a one-year scholarship and mentoring program for a student in the Phoenix Seminary ThM program. Preference is given for those who intend to pursue doctoral studies in Old or New Testament textual criticism, canon studies, or ancillary disciplines.

Colloquium: November 17–18, 2021

Twenty five years after Oxford’s Rich Seminar sparked a renaissance of research on Origen’s Hexapla, the Phoenix Seminary Text & Canon Institute will host Origen scholars from around the world for its first colloquium to study his remarkable textual scholarship and its reception in late antiquity.

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