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Scholarship with a Shepherd’s Heart

Congrats to Dave Belles who won our recent book giveaway! His copy of Justification in the Second Century written by Brian Arnold will be in the mail soon. For those who didn’t win but still want the book, it is now available on Amazon. The last round our summer Faculty Book Giveaway will begin Monday. Make sure to follow us on…

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At Phoenix Seminary, we treasure the motto, Scholarship with a Shepherd’s Heart, and we teach, mentor, serve, and publish with it in mind. In this post, summarizing his recently published book on the topic, Dr. Brian Arnold clarifies the earliest history of the doctrine of justification by faith alone. We hope you find it helpful. Furthermore,…

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The second book in our Faculty Book Giveaway is Cyprian of Carthage: His Life and Impact by our own Brian Arnold. It is a weighty, yet very accessible, biography of an understudied figure from church history. See below for a description of the book and a chance to win it. You can also find video…

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On April 19, Phoenix Seminary was pleased to host a Night with the Professors. It was an opportunity to celebrate and share some recent research produced by our faculty. The event was free and open to the public with a light dessert reception following. Dr. Brian Arnold presented on “The Need for Cyprian Today” based…

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Retrieval from earlier epochs of Christian history seems to be all the rage these days, and for good reason. In the increasingly chaotic realm of evangelicalism, believers are looking for deeper roots and many are turning to the fathers. In this quest for retrieval, we need to take another look at figures like Cyprian of…

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