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Clark Bates at Phoenix Seminary

The Phoenix Seminary Text & Canon Institute is pleased to introduce its inaugural recipient of its ThM Fellowship award. The Fellowship is a one-year scholarship and mentoring program for a ThM student worth up to $10,000. This year’s recipient is Clark Bates. Clark has been serving the local church in various ministries for more than…

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Dr. Owen Anderson is professor of philosophy and religious studies at Arizona State University and will be a visiting scholar at Phoenix Seminary during the 2019–2020 school year while he is on sabbatical from ASU. Dr. Anderson is the author of seven books on philosophy, natural theology, and politics, including Benjamin B. Warfield and Right Reason…

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Phoenix Seminary is a nationally-recognized, graduate-level theological seminary located in the heart of Phoenix, Arizona. This centralized metropolitan location provides our students with a wide range of multi-cultural and multi-generational opportunities to gain practical ministry experience. In a recent survey conducted by the Association of Theological Schools, over 80 percent of graduates who completed field…

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Zondervan Greek books

Each year, Zondervan Publishers partners with universities and seminaries across the country to honor students who have worked exceptionally hard in the biblical languages. Given the foundational importance of these languages for theology and ministry, Phoenix Seminary has joined with Zondervan to encourage our students to excel in their study of Greek. Today, the faculty…

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Dr. J. V. Fesko will lecture on “Common Notions & the Light of Nature in the Westminster Confession” as part of the Phoenix Seminary Lecture Series on Wednesday, February 20 at 10:00 am. The lecture is open to the public, and all from the seminary and wider community are invited to attend. Dr. Fesko is Professor…

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Today, Phoenix Seminary is pleased to announce the launch of its new Text & Canon Institute. The mission of the Institute is to encourage research and publication of scholarly work on the history of the canon and the text of the Bible (1) by fostering and supporting scholarly research, academic colloquia, conferences, and professional presentations on biblical and related ancient texts,…

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We’re excited to announce that Dr. Will Kynes will be giving a lecture in the Chapel at Phoenix Seminary on his latest OUP monograph: An Obituary for “Wisdom Literature”: The Birth, Death, and Intertextual Reintegration of a Biblical Corpus. Students and the general public in and around the Phoenix area are invited to attend the lecture on February 4th at…

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Gospel of John

You are cordially invited to a talk, “John and his Paschal Gospel,” with the Very Rev. Dr. John Behr, Father Georges Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics at St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary. The church fathers recognized that John’s gospel presented Jesus Christ as the fulfillment of Passover. Come hear an expert interpreter of Scripture and…

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Next month, Phoenix Seminary is very pleased to be hosting Dr. Eckhard Schnabel to our campus to teach a January term. Dr. Schnabel is the Mary French Rockefeller Distinguished Professor of New Testament at Gordon-Conwell Seminary and his course in January will focus on the subject of his most recent book, Jesus in Jerusalem: The Last…

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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…

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