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Virtual Q&A
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.

Sign up to attend our Virtual Q&A with Professor of Church History Dr. David Hogg for a conversation 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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