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Faith Seeking Understanding is a podcast from Phoenix Seminary, helping Christians grow in their understanding of the faith. Hosted by Brian Arnold, President of Phoenix Seminary.

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Recent Episodes

What is the Problem of Evil? – Owen Anderson

  Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Anderson on how to make sense of evil and suffering. Topics of conversation include: How the story of Job speaks to the problem of evil The difference between discipline and punishment What the story of Job teaches us about ourselves and about God Philosophical resources for understanding the problem of…


What is the Heart of Christ? – Dane Ortlund

Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Ortlund about his recent book, Gentle and Lowly: The Heart of Christ for Sinners and Sufferers. Topics of conversation include: 1) How we see Jesus’s gentle and lowly heart in his actions throughout the gospels, 2) How Jesus’s happiness pairs with our sinfulness, 3) How the incarnation illustrates God’s gentle and…


Can I Lose My Salvation? – Tom Schreiner

Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Schreiner on the doctrine of eternal security. Topics of conversation include: New Testament and Old Testament support for the doctrine of eternal security How to understand some of the more difficult and controversial verses, including the warning passages in Hebrews 6 and 10 How Christians should view the perseverance of saints…


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