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Scholarship with a Shepherd’s Heart

New to our adjunct faculty, Dr. Steve Duby will be teaching Survey of Christian Theology (TH 500) for the seminary this Fall. In addition to publishing at the top of his field, he is excited to teach students theology in the classroom. Perhaps a little less known about him is that he’s an avid soccer…

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Later this month, Dr. John Meade will be participating in the XVIII. International Conference on Patristic Studies in Oxford, England. The conference expects around 1,000 delegates this year and promises to be a productive time discussing matters pertinent to the history of Christianity. Dr. Meade will present a paper entitled, “Origen and the Disputed Books:…

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At Phoenix Seminary, we live and labor according to our motto, “Scholarship with a Shepherd’s Heart.” In 2018–2019, the faculty has worked in countless ways. In addition to teaching, preaching, and service in the local church, they have prepared and delivered academic papers for conferences in Oxford, England; Dallas, TX (annual meeting of the Christian…

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In case you missed some of the exciting happenings in the life of Phoenix Seminary this past week, here’s a brief recap. As the seminary is preparing for another great academic year, the board of trustees named Dr. Brian Arnold as the new president on Monday, July 29, 2019. The seminary made the announcement public…

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Phoenix Seminary Announces Dr. Brian Arnold as Next President July 31, 2019 The Phoenix Seminary board of trustees voted unanimously on Monday, July 29, 2019, to appoint Dr. Brian Arnold to serve as the next president of Phoenix Seminary, in Phoenix, AZ. Dr. Arnold will follow 30 years of foundational leadership and…

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The first issue of our new quarterly newsletter, Shepherd’s Staff, is now available. In this issue, we share a message from our Chancellor, an update on our presidential search, and some of the exciting things happening at Phoenix Seminary over the last few months and in the months ahead. We would like to thank Louis…

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At their meeting this month, the Phoenix Seminary board approved several strategic faculty and staff promotions that we are pleased to announce publicly today. Starting today, Dr. Brian Arnold has been appointed as Academic Dean. Dr. Arnold has served as Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology and Church History since 2015, and he has been the…

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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…

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Earlier this week, Dr. Darryl DelHousaye announced his promotion and transition to Chancellor. We are now excited to announce that our search for the new president of Phoenix Seminary has officially begun. We have partnered with CarterBaldwin in this important task, and they have just posted the Phoenix Seminary Search Profile. If you or someone you…

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I have an exciting announcement to share with you. With a sense of gratitude to the Lord, I have accepted the Board of Director’s promotion to Chancellor of Phoenix Seminary. They honor me with this new role that will ensure my ability to give myself and my best ministry to Phoenix Seminary for years to…

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