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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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How Do We Make Disciples in a Digital Age? Jason Thacker

Guest: Jason Thacker | Dr. Arnold interviews Jason Thacker about the influence of technology on Christian discipleship. Topics of conversation include: What we mean when we say we are living in a digital age How technology is discipling us Some obstacles that technology presents to Christian discipleship How technology affects relationships Advice for those experiencing…

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How Do We Grow the Church in Biblical Literacy? Dr. Jason Dees

Guest: Dr. Jason Dees | Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Dees about biblical literacy. Topics of conversation include: The reason Bible knowledge is decreasing today How to define biblical literacy The importance of the preaching ministry in a church The role of catechizing in the church, and what that can look like A resource for growing…

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