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Feb
16
Black History Month Chapel Service: The students, faculty and staff join in today's chapel service at 11:30 a.m. honoring Black History Month. All are welcome to join the weekly worship services at Phillips.
Feb
19
Special Chapel Services today: Join the special weekend class "Exegesis of the Hebrew Bible" in a special chapel service today at 11:30. Please join the community for this additional chapel service.
Feb
23
Coming Full Circle in Chapel: The contributing writers, including Phillips alumni, to the recent publication "Coming Full Circle: Constructing Native Christian Theology" will be featured in today's chapel at 11:30 am.
Feb
26
Special Chapel Services today: Please join the Caring in Depth: Death and Dying class in chapel today for an additional special chapel service this week at 11:30 am.
Mar
1
Choose Chapel Today: Join the Borderlinks class at today's chapel service at 11:30 am. All are welcome to join the community for weekly worship services.
You'll be blessed & challenged on a courageous journey from 'knowing' to 'understanding.'

Marnie Leinberger,
PTS student

18
denominations in student body
55%
masters students take online classes
90%
students receive Phillips tuition grants
Borderlinks: Debunking Treasured Maxims: The Borderlinks immersion course, a group of Phillips students and Dr. Mindy McGarrah Sharp, Assistant Professor Pastoral Theology and Ethics, kicked off 2016 by traveling to the borderlands between the United States and Mexico along the Arizona border in January. In her fifth Borderlinks course (the seminary’s 19th), McGarrah Sharp reports that the group arrived with a hunger for good coffee and for learning about justice in the context of the borderlands.
Remind & Renew 2016 Wrap Up: The church and people of faith have a great responsibility for engaging the conversation about race in the United States, according to speakers at the 2016 Remind & Renew conference. Audio of the speakers is now available at http://ptstulsa.edu/rr2016.
Trump: Republican Party Gets Its Sought After Savior: The Republican decision to tap into religious/cultural resentment the last 50 years and to encourage its anti-intellectualism and its bigotries for their own short-run political gains has been disastrous for public policy — in many cases, leading to the intellectual and cultural gridlock that we find today in Congress.
The Christian War on Christmas: Love or fear? Which came down at Christmas? Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend says the answer lies in our actions as Christians.
You've Got to Be Carefully Taught: Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend works through options of where we might learn how to be moral in public, when everyone is looking, on matters that concern the human capacity to share this world with people who are different from ourselves, and when we demand for others the rights and privileges we claim for ourselves.
Christmas Culture Wars Start Early: Christians in the U.S. have lost the war for Christmas, and that lost war bears no resemblance to the fictional war on Christmas the political right has constructed.
Five Suggestions: What Should be the Moral Foundations of U.S. Society?: Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend offers five suggestions for the moral foundations of U.S. society.
Ten Commandments Monument Debate Raises the Question: What Are the Moral Foundations of U.S. Society?: For Jews and Christians, the Ten Commandments are not matters of history, but of faith. Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend doesn't want any government to be given the power to determine or display elements of his faith. Period. But he does acknowledge an anxiety in the Ten Commandments controversy to which he is sympathetic.
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