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FAITH SEEKING UNDERSTANDING

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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 Biblical Worship? Dr. Joe Crider

    Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Crider on worship. Topics of conversation include: The place of music in worship Whether or not our worship methodology matters to God Some dangers of the contemporary worship style The importance of rooting worship in truth The value of traditional hymns in modern worship The role of a worship…

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What Are Angels? Dr. Dustin Benge

      Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Benge on the topic of angels. Topics of conversation include: What attributes do angels have? When were angels created? How did we get fallen angels, specifically Satan? What is the purpose of angels? Should we expect that people today will have interactions with angels? How should we understand…

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Was Adam A Historical Person? Dr. Matthew Barrett

      Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Matthew Barrett on the question of whether or not Adam was an actual historical figure. Topics of conversation include: Some of the various evangelical views on creation Two of the Christian doctrines at stake if we deny that Adam was a historical person The false dichotomy between science…

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