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Online Lectures

Thank you for your interest in our online learning lectures featuring Old Testament 2 (Job through Malachi) course and Church history 1 (Patristic Era to the Reformation) with Brian Arnold. Below you can access all the video lectures for each class. The content for each course is displayed in the order covered in the actual online class. Click on a specific area of content and a playlist will appear with a series of lectures on that topic. If you're interested in learning more about online degrees at Phoenix Seminary, click here.

Old Testament 2

with Dr. J. Michael Thigpen

Explore Job through Malachi with Dr. Michael Thigpen, Provost of Phoenix Seminary and former Executive Director of the Evangelical Theological Society. View all of the videos for the course below to engage with Old Testament wisdom literature and the prophets, placing each book in its historical, cultural, and theological context.

Week 2: Job

Week 3: Psalms and Lamentations

Week 4: Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Song of Songs

Week 5: Intro to Prophetic Literature

Week 6: Isaiah - Part 1

Week 7: Isaiah - Part 2

Week 8: Jeremiah - Part 1

Week 9: Jeremiah - Part 2

Week 10: Ezekiel - Part 1

Week 11: Ezekiel - Part 2

Week 12: Daniel

Church History 1

with Dr. Brian Arnold

Explore key figures from church history and theological developments from the Patristic era up to the Reformation. In these lectures, you'll also learn how the study of history impacts current theological discussion and church practice.

Week 3: A Defense and Deposit of the Faith

Week 7: Nicea to Chalecedon

Week 8: Research Paper

Week 9: Augustine of Hippo

Week 11: Medievil Christianity Continued

Week 12: Anselm and Aquinas

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