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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 the Foundation for Christian Ethics? Dr. Kenneth Magnuson

Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Magnuson on the foundation for Christian ethics. Topics of conversation include:  Why it is important for Christians to develop a strong ethical foundation Various perspectives for framing ethics, such as deontology, consequentialism, virtue ethics, and teleology Scriptural guidelines for determining a Christian ethic Why churches aren’t addressing ethical issues today Recommended…


How Do We Impart the Gospel to Our Children? Jared Kennedy

Dr. Arnold interviews Jared Kennedy about sharing the gospel with children. Topics of conversation include: A story from First Clement about a wayward teenager Rhythms and habits to consider when discipling children Encouragement for those working in children’s ministry Encouragement for parents Resources for family discipleship Jared Kennedy is an editor at The Gospel Coalition…


How Can We Reach the Nations with the Gospel? Elliot Clark

Dr. Arnold interviews Elliot Clark on how Christians should think about missions. Topics of conversation include: What is missions? What should our motivation for missions be? How should our desire for doing missions be regulated? How can we avoid imperialism while engaging in missionary work? Encouragement for all Christians to be involved in missions, whether…


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