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Reading Mary Alongside Indian Surrogate Mothers - Sharon Jacob
 
Feb
19
Trialogue Week 3: The Struggle for Compassion: This final session of the annual OCCJ Trialogue series will be held at The Jewish Federation of Tulsa. David Blatt from the Oklahoma Policy Institute and Drew Diamond from the Jewish Federation of Tulsa are featured speakers.
Feb
21
Chapel Today with Board of Trustees: All are welcome to join the Board of Trustees in chapel today at 11:30 am. Rev. Grayson Lucky will offer the homily. Lucky is an Affiliate Instructor of United Methodist Studies at Phillips.
Feb
28
Worship with us!: All are welcome to join us for weekly worship. We are joined by the Rev. Amy Venable this week. Worship begins at 11:30.
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
Which Bible Do You Read?: Need biblical support for your particular viewpoint? President Gary Peluso-Verdend writes it is likely you can find support for nearly any interpretation you want.
Dennis Smith Festschrift Now in Seminary Library: The Phillips Theological Seminary library has received its copy of the Festschrift in honor of Dennis Smith, professor of New Testament emeritus. The collection of writings was published by SBL Press, the publisher for the Society of Biblical Literature.
De-professionalized Clergy: President Gary Peluso-Verdend writes this week on the growing trend of non-professional clergy serving congregations across the nation.
Christians With the Sword: Today, the Christian Right—that ideological/political coalition that utilizes some aspects of Constantinian Christianity for political interests—is pushing forward in their quest to rectify the mistakes of the Founders and make the U.S. a Christian nation.
Everyone Needs a Nathan: Who is your Nathan? Better yet, who are your Nathans? From whom can you learn? From whom can you receive correction? Whom do you allow to hold up a mirror in front of your soul and invite you to look at yourself?
Anointing the President, Christianizing the Nation: Are you watching? Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend is watching, with concern, the national power shift in the U.S. exemplified Jan. 20.
New Drury University President Visits: Drury University's new president, Tim Cloyd, visited Phillips Theological Seminary this week. Did you know the two schools have begun strengthening their relationship?
The End of Prayers at Political Ceremonies?: Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend proposes in this week's blog that we no longer pray for elected officials at ceremonies of their own making.
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