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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

Why Are There So Many Translations of the Bible? Dr. Peter Gurry

Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Gurry about the various translations of the Bible. Topics of conversation include: A history of the English Bible The most popular English translations used today The translation spectrum from literal to paraphrase The five questions a translator must answer when deciding how to translate from the original text Resources for further…


How Does Theology Help Us Read the Bible? Dr. Bobby Jamieson

Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Jamieson on how good theology helps us to better read the Bible. Topics of conversation include: A description of this circular process: allowing theology to guide our Scriptural interpretation and using Scripture to inform our theology How rules and principles for interpretation emerge from Scripture itself A response to the recent…


What Does It Mean to be Human? Dr. Kelly Kapic

Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Kapic on how to understand the limitations that come with being human. Topics of conversation include: How our limitations as humans are not sinful Why unrealistic expectations cause guilt and anger The misunderstanding of humility, rest, and identity that leads to resisting dependency How community helps to balance work and limitation…


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