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FAITH SEEKING UNDERSTANDING

A PHOENIX SEMINARY PODCAST

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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

How Do I Read My Bible? – Nate Pickowicz

Dr. Arnold interviews Nate Pickowicz about his new book, How to Eat Your Bible, and how to cultivate an appetite for the life-long study of God’s Word. Conversation topics include: What keeps people from reading the Bible. Basic principles for Bible reading (reading, studying, and applying God’s word). How to meditate on and memorize God’s…

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What Does it Mean to Say The Bible is Inerrant? – Dr. Robert Yarbrough

  Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Robert Yarbrough about the Bible’s divine origin, its truthfulness, and its reliability. Conversation topics include: What do we mean when we talk about the doctrine of inerrancy, and what don’t we mean? How do we answer the charge that the doctrine of inerrancy is circular? How do we answer the…

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How Do We Make Holistic Disciples of Jesus? – Dr. J.T. English

Dr. Arnold interviews JT English, Pastor of Storyline Church in Arvada, CO, on retrieving a biblical vision for discipleship in the context of the local church and how teaching people the story of the Bible is essential for producing mature believers in Christ. Conversation topics include: The role of learning in discipleship. The three buckets…

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