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Win a copy of Jesus and the God of Classical Theism To celebrate the upcoming release of Dr. Duby’s new book, we’re giving away 5 copies of Jesus and the God of Classical Theism. Buy the Book You can purchase Dr. Duby’s through Baker’s website. Email communications@ps.edu to receive a 40% discount code.   Buy…

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  Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Wittman about natural theology. Topics of conversation include: The knowability of God The distinction between general revelation and special revelation The role of natural theology and special revelation in the book of Romans The usefulness and limitations of natural theology Resources for further reading on this subject Dr. Tyler Wittman…

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Academic Excellence Scholarship Update Starting this fall 2022, Phoenix Seminary will begin offering an updated Academic Excellence Scholarship model for current and future students. The update has been made in an effort to introduce more simplicity and flexibility into the scholarship model for students. Additionally, the updated model incorporates a reduced tuition rate for the…

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Nathan Tarr, a noted pastor, professor, and historical theologian, has been hired as associate professor of pastoral theology and director of the doctor of ministry program at Phoenix Seminary, President Brian Arnold announced on May 19, 2022. Tarr will begin his role on July 1. His appointment affirms Phoenix Seminary’s foundational commitment to “Scholarship with…

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Win a Banner of Truth Puritan Paperback Set We’re giving away a newly designed Banner of Truth Puritan Paperbacks set, featuring classic works from John Owen, John Bunyan, Thomas Goodwin, John Flavel, and more. Click below to complete the form and enter to win (US addresses only). One winner will be chosen on May 31st,…

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Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Walker about religious liberty. Topics of conversation include: A definition of religious liberty Where we find support for religious liberty in Scripture The original intent behind the phrase “separation of church and state” What’s at stake for Christians in protecting religious rights for all Dr. Andrew Walker is associate professor of…

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CF522: Social and Cultural Diversity in Counseling BOOK LIST Coates, T-N. (2015). Between the World and Me. New York, NY: Random House. ISBN: 978-1925240702 Cooper-White, P. (2012). The Cry of Tamar: Violence Against Women and the Church’s Response (2nd ed.). Fortress Press. ISBN: 978-0800697341 Holy Bible, English Standard Version (2001). Crossway. (other translations acceptable, see…

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Resources from shepherds and scholars for saints committed to faithful ministry. Sign up to receive our monthly newsletter. First Name(Required) Last Name(Required) Email(Required) What Can I expect from Shepherds & Scholars? Here are the details on what you can expect: How often will you hear from us? – Our newsletter will show up in your…

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Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Peter Gurry about the parables of Jesus. Topics of conversation include: What is a parable? Why did Jesus choose this method of teaching? How should we interpret parables? How should we apply the parables to our lives? What are some challenging or surprising parables? Resources for understanding the parables Dr. Peter…

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