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Jul  2017 28
Two members of the Phillips Theological Seminary community were honored by the Disciples LGBTQ+ Alliance with the Rev. Michael Schloff Recognition, while Phillips was recognized as an open and affirming ministry of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) during the 2017 General Assembly.
Jan  2017 02
The Rev. Dr. Bill Crowell offers four chapel services the week of Jan. 2 focused on Creation Spirituality. The public is welcome to attend our services.
Feb  2016 16
A faculty walkout was possible in 1952, after the son of a Disciples pastor in Lawrence, Kansas forced the seminary to directly face the issue of segregation. It was illegal, at that time, for blacks to enroll even in private institutions in the state.
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.
Dec  2014 18
On Monday, Jan. 19, Phillips Theological Seminary will close in order to let students, staff and faculty march in the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day parade in Tulsa, one of the largest in the country.
May  2014 23
A book by Phillips Theological Seminary professor Dr. Ellen Blue has been featured on the United Methodist Women’s Reading Program List for 2014.
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