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Buy your books by clicking on the SPRING 2022 BOOK LIST (OCT 18) link, or the smile.amazon.com link. We work to provide a complete book approximately 3 weeks prior to each semester, but this is not always the case.

For "To Be Determined (TBD)" titles, we anticipate a Dec 13 2021 finalized list for J-Term & Dec 22nd 2021 for the Traditional Term, however, there are still some items or course book lists that are not yet available or complete. Please use the course syllabus as the final word. If a syllabus is not available for the course yet, please check with the course professor before making a purchase.

If your book order has not arrived by the time your courses begin, you will be able to digitize or read your initial assignment through the use of the circulation desk reserve titles. Per "fair use" copyright law allows you to copy no more than 1 chapter or 10% of a book while you wait for your required text to arrive from Amazon or another book vendor.

If you choose to order books online, there are two ways to ensure an immediate donation from Amazon to Phoenix Seminary: 1) Use the title links in this list SPRING 2022 BOOK LIST (OCT 18) or 2) Use AmazonSmileby clicking smile.amazon.com, and then select Phoenix Seminary as your charitable organization.

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