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Scholarship with a Shepherd’s Heart

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 have lost a friend of Phoenix Seminary and more importantly a spiritual father to our community. Pastor Tom Shrader went home to abide with his Heavenly Father on Sunday, January 13, 2019. We are grieving the loss of a great teacher, encourager of the faith, and wonderful friend. Please join all of us in…

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At this year’s annual meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS), Dr. Wayne Grudem, Distinguished Research Professor of Theology and Biblical Studies at Phoenix Seminary, was honored with a special book written and edited by his colleagues, former students, and friends, including Phoenix Seminary’s Dr. John DelHousaye. The editors of the volume held a special…

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This October, The Gospel Coalition is hosting a special conference to encourage faithfulness in pastoral ministry and Phoenix Seminary is pleased to offer students and friends of Phoenix Seminary a special discount. This first-ever “Enduring Faithfulness” conference is happening October 16–18 in Los Angeles and Phoenix Seminary will also be on the exhibit floor with…

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Congrats to David Dittmer who won our recent book giveaway! His copy of Christian Ethics by Wayne Grudem will be in the mail soon. For those who didn’t win but still want the book, it is now available on Amazon. This was the last round our summer Faculty Book Giveaway. Thanks for all who entered!

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Congrats to Dave Belles who won our recent book giveaway! His copy of Justification in the Second Century written by Brian Arnold will be in the mail soon. For those who didn’t win but still want the book, it is now available on Amazon. The last round our summer Faculty Book Giveaway will begin Monday. Make sure to follow us on…

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At Phoenix Seminary, we live and labor according to our motto, “Scholarship with a Shepherd’s Heart.” In 2017–2018, the faculty has worked in countless ways. In addition to teaching, preaching, and service in the local church and the seminary, they have prepared conference papers to be delivered at the annual meetings of the Evangelical Theological…

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Congrats to Jeff Canterbury who won last week’s book giveaway! His copy of The Biblical Canon Lists from Early Christianity: Texts and Analysis coauthored by John Meade will be in the mail soon. For those who didn’t win but still want the book, it is available on Amazon. Round four of our summer Faculty Book Giveaway is over, but we have more giveaways planned.…

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At Phoenix Seminary, we treasure the motto, Scholarship with a Shepherd’s Heart, and we teach, mentor, serve, and publish with it in mind. In this post, summarizing his recently published book on the topic, Dr. Brian Arnold clarifies the earliest history of the doctrine of justification by faith alone. We hope you find it helpful. Furthermore,…

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