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With Our Faculty

Each month Phoenix Seminary will host virtual faculty Q&A sessions on Zoom, allowing future students to connect with professors and ask them questions related to theology and theological education. Each session will be moderated by a Phoenix Seminary Enrollment Counselor. Click the button below to register for a virtual meeting.

Watch our conversation with Professor of Old Testament, Dr. John Meade, about the history and reliability of the Bible, as well as his new book "Scribes & Scripture: The Amazing Story of How We Got the Bible."

Watch our conversation with Professor of Pastoral Theology and Director of the D.Min. program Dr. Nathan Tarr about the Doctor of Ministry program at Phoenix Seminary.

Watch our conversation with Dr. Owen Anderson, Professor at Phoenix Seminary, who answered questions about how we should think about the problem of evil.

Watch our conversation with Distinguished Visiting Professor Dr. Peter Gentry about how we should accurately read and understand the prophets.

Watch our conversation with Dr. Steve Duby, Associate Professor of Theology at Phoenix Seminary who answered questions about his forthcoming book "Jesus and the God of Classical Theism."

Watch our conversation with pastor and Phoenix Seminary homiletics professor Dr. Chuck Newkirk about the ministry of preaching, perseverance in seminary leading to perseverance in ministry, and more.

Watch our Q&A with Dr. Wayne Grudem, Distinguished Research Professor of Theology & Biblical Studies. Dr. Grudem answered students questions about the basic beliefs every Christian should know. 

Watch our Q&A with Dr. Peter Gurry, Assistant Professor of New Testament at Phoenix Seminary. Dr. Gurry discussed a variety of questions from students about how we should read Jesus' parables.

Watch our Virtual Q&A with Professor of Church History Dr. David Hogg. Dr. Hogg answered questions about the events that led to the Reformation, and what we can learn from this time period for ministry and leadership in the church today.

Watch our Q&A with Dr. Steve Duby, Associate Professor of Theology at Phoenix Seminary. Dr. Duby answered a variety of interesting questions from students about the doctrine of the Trinity.

Watch our Virtual Q&A with faculty member Dr. Malcolm Hartnell for a conversation about why seminary is important in preparing well for international/intercultural ministry.

Watch our Virtual Q&A with Michael Thigpen, Provost and Professor of Old Testament at Phoenix Seminary, where he answered students questions about Old Testament theology.

Watch a special Virtual Q&A with our President, Dr. Brian Arnold where students asked him questions on theology, church history, and theological education.

Watch our Virtual Q&A with Gospels scholar Dr. John DelHousaye on Jesus, the Gospels, and spiritual formation.

Watch our virtual Q&A with Dr. John Meade and Dr. Peter Gurry on the origin of the Bible.

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