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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 Salvation? – Fred Sanders

Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Sanders on the doctrine of salvation and God’s mission to save humanity. Topics of conversation include: The ordo salutis, the specific categories of salvation, including justification, regeneration, sanctification, and glorification Key distinctions between evangelicals and Catholics on the doctrine of justification How Christians should approach sanctification/growth in Christ Helpful resources for…


Is Mormonism Christian? – Corey Miller

Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Miller on the topic of Mormonism and how it differs from Christianity. Topics of conversation include: The history of Mormonism Key distinctives of Mormon theology Significant differences between Mormonism and Christian orthodoxy Ways for Christians to engage Mormons and share the gospel with them Dr. Corey Miller the president and CEO…


Did Jesus Go to Hell? – Matthew Emerson

Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Emerson on the topic of where Jesus went after he died. Topics of conversation include: Why did Jesus descend to the realm of the dead? How do we understand controversial passages, such as 1 Peter 3 and Philippians 2? What doctrines are connected to our understanding of Jesus’s descent? How do…


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