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Jan  2015 27
Directors of Worship Chuck and Gina Jackson joined Phillips Theological Seminary with a specific goal in mind: imagine new ways of engaging the seminary community in worship.
Dec  2014 11
Representatives from the John Hope Franklin Center for Reconciliation and Phillips Theological Seminary will gather at 2:30 p.m. at Foolish Things Coffee House on Friday, Dec. 12, to continue a conversation that began last week on Phillips' campus regarding race and violence during Advent.
Oct  2014 22
Director of Recruitment Josh Linton will join CultureCast host and author Christian Piatt to discuss changes in the Christian church and how they may affect seminary education.
Sep  2014 10
Phillips Theological Seminary joined Metropolitan Baptist Church (the Met) for a Candlelight Vigil for Justice on Sunday, Aug. 31, in response to the fatal shooting of Mike Brown in Ferguson, Mo.
May  2014 15
Stewardship Director Geoff Brewster shares his appreciation for a group of people who make graduation possible every year: donors.
Jan  2013 07
President Gary Peluso-Verdend reflects on why he chose to focus this year's annual Remind & Renew conference on faith & civil discourse.
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