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Sep  2015 16
While the issue of marriage equality has been settled by the highest court in the United States, the church is still divided on the issue. Congregations continue to struggle with biblical assertions on the issue of homosexuality. Phillips Seminary Professor Lisa Davison, Johnnie Eargle Cadieux Professor of Hebrew Bible, reflects on what the Bible has to say on the issue.
Aug  2015 29
Dr. Donald Capps was a faculty member at the Graduate Seminary of Phillips University from 1976-1982, before moving on and finishing a noteworthy career at Princeton. He died on August 26, 2015, from injuries incurred in an automobile accident. Capps was 76 years old.
Aug  2015 18
Friends and alums of Phillips Theological Seminary were inspired at the General Assembly by comments made during the seminary luncheon by the Rev. Kelley Becker, MDiv, 2014. Becker told the crowd of more than 150 people that at Phillips she learned to become a vision-casting leader.
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