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Phoenix Seminary names David Hogg Vice President of Academic Affairs

By Phoenix Seminary | October 11, 2022

Prominent church historian and academic administrator Dr. David Hogg has been named Vice President of Academic Affairs at Phoenix Seminary, President Brian Arnold announced Tuesday. Hogg has served as Professor of Church History and Director of Library Services at Phoenix since July 2021. In his new role, Hogg will direct the seminary’s academic programs, including…

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What Is Union With Christ? Dr. Nathan Tarr

By Phoenix Seminary | October 4, 2022

Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Tarr on what it means to be united with Christ. Topics of conversation include: What we mean when we use the phrase “in Christ” Why union with Christ is a foundational to understanding the gospel How a person becomes united with Christ The relation of suffering to being in Christ The…

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How Can I Be Sure I’m A Christian? Dr. Donald Whitney

By Phoenix Seminary | September 27, 2022

Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Whitney about how to be sure of your salvation. Topics of conversation include: How one becomes a Christian How to respond to those who do not believe assurance is possible Marks of a being a true believer from 1 John Presence vs. perfection when it comes to evidence of salvation Common…

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What Do the Biblical Prophets Say About Justice? Dr. Peter Gentry

By Phoenix Seminary | September 20, 2022

Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Gentry about the Biblical prophets and their role in understanding modern social justice. Topics of conversation include: How to define the terms justice and righteousness in the Old Testament The role of covenants, and how they affect how we understand the differences between Old Testament Israel and the church today Errors…

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Fingerprints of God: Lessons from the Book of Esther

By John Talley III | September 14, 2022

Last year, I had the privilege of preaching through the book of Esther at Roosevelt Community Church. The sermon series was such a reminder of God’s sovereign hand at work behind the scenes and his providential care for his people living in exile. The tagline that we said repeatedly to sum up this great book…

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