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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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Why Does Doctrine Divide? Dr. Rhyne Putman

Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Putman on why doctrine divides Christians. Topics of conversation include: Why doctrine is important Reasons why doctrinal disagreements arise When doctrinal issues should divide Christians Some of the issues dividing the church right now How Christians should approach disagreements over doctrine, while still seeking unity Dr. Rhyne Putman serves as the…

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What is the Significance of the Resurrection? Dr. Mitchell Chase

Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Mitchell Chase on the subject of the resurrection. Topics of conversation include How Christians should view death How death and resurrection fit into the storyline of Scripture How the resurrection of Lazarus is different from the final resurrection that Christians anticipate Why the physical, bodily resurrection of Jesus is important Thoughts…

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What is a Christian Response to Abuse? Dr. Steve Tracy

Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Tracy on the subject of abuse. Topics of conversation include: Why churches have become havens for abusers Defining the five categories of abuse (sexual, physical, verbal, spiritual, neglect) The effects of shame and how to heal from it How Christians can help victims of abuse Dr. Steve Tracy serves as professor…

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