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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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How Do We Understand the Book of Revelation? Dr. Jeffrey Weima

Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Weima on the book of Revelation. Topics of conversation include: The genre of the book of Revelation The purpose and structure of the book of Revelation The figurative and symbolic use of numbers in Revelation The main message to each of the 7 churches and how that message applies to the…

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What is the Church’s Role in Counseling? Dr. Deepak Reju

    Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Reju on the subject of counseling. Topics of conversation include: The difference between discipleship and counseling How the church congregation can engage in counseling one another When pastors should seek additional counseling support outside of the church How to think about secular therapy and biblical counseling Resources for equipping…

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What Is Christology? Dr. Steve Duby

  Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Duby on the subject of Christology. Topics of conversation include: What are God’s incommunicable attributes? God’s aseity, and why it matters for Christology The importance of Philippians 2 in understanding Christology God’s immutability as it relates to the incarnation The mystery of Jesus’s humanity and divine power Resources for further…

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