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How Can We Understand the Psalms? Dr. Jim Johnston

By Phoenix Seminary | December 7, 2021

    Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Johnston on the Psalms. Topics of conversation include: How the Psalms are arranged How the Psalms are like a Bible, in and of themselves How we see Jesus in the Psalms How we can apply the Psalms to our lives today What God is teaching us through imprecatory Psalms…

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What Is Preaching? Dr. Chuck Newkirk

By Phoenix Seminary | November 30, 2021

Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Newkirk on the subject of preaching. Topics of conversation include: What is preaching, and what is the relationship between teaching and preaching? What is expository preaching? Exegesis vs eisegesis and how to guard against reading our own ideas into the text of Scripture How does knowing a congregation affect a pastor’s…

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Does Every Christian Persevere in the Marathon of Faith?

By Thomas R. Schreiner | November 29, 2021

If you’ve been paying attention to Christian celebrity culture in the last five years or so, you can probably think of an example of a deconstruction or deconversion story—the story of a person who although they once professed to trust Jesus for salvation, and perhaps even seemed to be bearing some fruit, now claims they…

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What is Spiritual Formation? Dr. Kyle Strobel

By Phoenix Seminary | November 23, 2021

Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Strobel on spiritual formation. Topics of conversation include: How to define spiritual formation The definitive vs. progressive nature of salvation The difference between habituation and abiding/drawing near to God The influence of Jonathan Edwards on spiritual formation, and what we can learn from him today Resources for further study on this…

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Text and Canon Institute hosts Origen as Philologist Colloquium

By Phoenix Seminary | November 22, 2021

On November 17–18, Phoenix Seminary’s Text and Canon Institute (TCI) hosted the Origen as Philologist colloquium, an event that brought together a group of international scholars to explore Origen’s textual scholarship on the Old Testament and its reception in Late Antiquity. “It’s extremely important to me,” said Peter J. Gentry, distinguished visiting professor of Old…

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