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Summer Courses at PHX SEM

Summer Registration is Open!

Make progress in your degree this summer by devoting a concentrated time to one of the intensive classes offered, or by taking one of our newly revamped online courses from anywhere you’re located! Get a feel for our new online format by viewing the course trailers for Old Testament 2 and Church History 1 below. The full course schedule for the summer semester is also linked below. Connect with your Student Services Advisor if you need advice on which courses to take.

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Online Courses Offered this Summer


Dr. Brian Arnold

Graduate Research and Writing

Hermeneutics: Principles of Interpretation

Church History 1


Dr. John Meade

Old Testament 1: Genesis to Esther


Dr. J Michael Thigpen

Old Testament 2: Job to Malachi

David Hogg

Dr. David Hogg

Church History 2


Dr. Malcom Hartnell

Cross Cultural and Diversity Competency

Communicating Christ in a Pluralistic World


Dr. Wayne Grudem

Contemporary Moral Issues

Prolegomena, Scripture, and God


Dr. Steve Tracy

Anthropology, Christology, and Pneumatology

Old Testament II Course Trailer

Church History I Course Trailer

Intensive Courses Offered This Summer

The Problem of Evil – Dr. Owen Anderson | May 16 - 19

The Theology and Practice of Prayer – Dr. Kyle DiRoberts | May 23 - 26

Survey of Effective Church Ministries – Dr. Roger Ball | June 11, 18, 25

Advanced Systematic Theology: Christology – Dr. Steve Duby | May 16 - 20 (open to DMin students only)

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