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Worship With Us: Join us for worship with special guest Linda Allegro, Director of New Sanctuary Network Tulsa. New Sanctuary Network is an interfaith organization of local citizens committed to the dignity and respect of persons without documents. Everyone is welcome.
Board Installation in Chapel: The annual installation of the board of trustees will be held during chapel today. The Rev. Chris Moore, lead pastor at Fellowship Congregational Church UCC and Phillips graduate will offer the reflection. All are welcome to attend weekly services.
Just Hope on Campus : Phillips welcomes the JustHope delegation to campus again during our weekly worship service. Everyone is welcome to hear the delegations amazing stories at 11:30 a.m. today.
Memorial Service Dennis Smith: Please join us as we celebrate the life of Dennis Smith, the longest-serving faculty member of the seminary. The memorial service will take place in the Meinders Chapel at the seminary (901 North Mingo Road in Tulsa).
You'll be blessed & challenged on a courageous journey from 'knowing' to 'understanding.'

Marnie Leinberger,
PTS student

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masters students take online classes
students receive Phillips tuition grants
The Church of America First: President Gary Peluso-Verdend imagines a nation built upon an extreme version of "America first" in his weekly blog.
On the Passing of Beloved Colleague and Professor Dennis E. Smith: It is with sadness that Phillips Theological Seminary shares the news of the passing of Dennis E. Smith, Professor of New Testament Emeritus. Smith died Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017, in Galveston, Texas, of complications from cancer. He joined Phillips in 1986, and was the last faculty member who also taught in the Graduate Seminary of Phillips University. He was also the longest-serving faculty member of the seminary.
An Ecclesiastes Moment: Can you imagine today a family holding a visitation for a deceased loved one at home? This is the question President Gary Peluso-Verdend asks as he writes on, "Today is a good day to die."
What happened to Christian education?: Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend offers a shout-out to Christian educators while providing support for this much-needed profession.
Wanted, Maybe: Defense Against the Dark Arts Professor: How might a seminary consider the need for a Defense Against the Dark Arts professorship? That's the question President Gary Peluso-Verdend asks in this week's blog.
What I Mean by “Progressive Christianity”: Last week President Gary Peluso-Verdend's blog prompted several questions about what “progressive Christianity” means. The questions might have been more to open a dispute than to seek understanding. But it is fair in a discussion to define terms.
New Phillips CPE Program Awards First Certificates: Phillips Theological Seminary awarded the first four certificates for students in a new clinical pastoral education (CPE) program.
Progressive Christians Need to Evangelize: "Here is a problem for my kin, for those in the progressive quadrant of Protestant Christianity," writes President Gary Peluso-Verdend. "The public’s perception of Christianity is thoroughly dominated by white evangelical Christianity."
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