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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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Does God Change? Dr. Ronni Kurtz

  Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Kurtz about the doctrine of God’s immutability. Topics of conversation include: A definition of divine immutability The importance of understanding doctrine in stirring a believer’s affections How history, Scripture, and Christian reasoning have each contributed to understanding God’s immutability How to interpret passages where it appears God changes his mind…

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What Does It Mean to Imitate Christ? Dr. Nathan Tarr

Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Tarr about what it means to imitate Christ. Topics of conversation include: How sanctification flows out of our union with Christ The role of humility as we disciple others and imitate Christ for them Whether it is appropriate to even talk about imitating Christ and how that fits into the message…

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What Is a Healthy Church? Dr. Chris Newkirk

  Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Newkirk about how to judge whether a church is healthy or not. Topics of conversation include: Characteristics of a healthy church How a church can balance evangelism and discipleship Unhealthy trends in churches today Resources for further study on church health Dr. Chris Newkirk serves as lead pastor of Whitton…

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