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Aug
20
New Student Orientation : The Fall semester's new student orientation will be August 20-22, but you don't have to wait until then to take a tour of the Phillips campus. Take a virtual tour anytime!
Aug
23
Worship With Us: We hope that you will join us for chapel today beginning at 11:30 am in Meinders Chapel. All are welcome.
Aug
28
Worship With Us: We hope that you will join us for chapel today beginning at 11:30 am in Meinders Chapel. Interm President Nancy Claire Pittman will offer the homily. All are welcome.
Sep
7
Worship With Us: We hope that you will join us for chapel today beginning at 11:30 am in Meinders Chapel. All are welcome.
Sep
14
Worship With Us: We hope that you will join us for chapel today beginning at 11:30 am in Meinders Chapel. All are welcome.
You'll be blessed & challenged on a courageous journey from 'knowing' to 'understanding.'

Marnie Leinberger,
PTS student

18
denominations in student body
50%
masters students take online classes
93%
students receive Phillips tuition grants
Phillips Seminary Sponsors 2018 Emerging Voices Event: Phillips Theological Seminary sponsored the Emerging Voices event at the 25th Biennial Session of the National Convocation, July 19-22, in Birmingham, AL.
John Pavlovitz in Tulsa Aug. 11 for Harold E. Hill Lecture Series: Phillips Theological Seminary is pleased to be a co-sponsor of the Harold E. Hill Lecture Series as it brings John Pavlovitz to Tulsa, August 11.
Interpreting Faith in Public: In his last weekly blog as president, Gary Peluso-Verdend writes about the reasons for starting the posts three years ago and his plans for the future.
Statement on Family Separations from the ATS Meeting in Denver: From President Gary Peluso-Verdend: Please see the statement drafted and approved by deans and presidents of three groups the Association of Theological Schools. I am grateful for and resonate with the statement. It is a statement I endorse and that is consistent with the values of Phillips Seminary.
Presidential Transition Committee Sets Process for Selecting New Leader for Phillips: The first in-person meeting of the Presidential Transition Committee was held April 30, 2018 to accomplish several tasks including meeting with executive search consultant Rebekah Burch Basinger.
Interpreting the Bible Against the Gospel: President Gary Peluso-Verdend reminds us that we all interpret the Bible. In his weekly blog, he writes about the morally reprehensible statements from members of the Trump administration using the Bible as a warrant for its policy of separating children from their families at the southern U.S. border, in the name of good order.
Deeper Repair: President Gary Peluso-Verdend enters a dreamworld in his weekly blog where church takes a different, more challenging form focused on Christian practice.
Religious Interests and Legislation: President Gary Peluso-Verdend warns in his weekly blog about a group that seeks to change the United States into what they believe America is at its best: a Christian nation in which every dominion of life—from religion to law to media to family—is “under the dominion” of the God they believe they agenda represents.
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