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Jun
21
Distinguished Professor Emeritus in Chapel: Join Dr. Brandon Scott, Darbeth Distinguished Professor of New Testament Emeritus, as he leads Matins during the morning chapel session at 8:30 am in the Meinders Chapel. All are welcome.
Jun
22
Phillips Dean to preach in chapel: The Rev. Dr. Nancy Claire PIttman offers the homily during today's DMin Fortnight chapel services at 8:30 am in the Meinders Chapel. All are welcome.
Jun
23
Worship With Us!: Come listen to the Rev. Dr. John Thomas preach during today's chapel service at 8:30 am. All are welcome to attend our daily DMin Fortnight chapel sessions.
Jun
26
Distinguished Phillips Alum in Chapel: Rev. David Wilson offers the chapel reflection today at 8:30 am. Rev. Wilson was named a Distinguished Phillips alum in 2007. He is the current superintendent of the Oklahoma Indian Missionary Conference of the United Methodist Church. All are welcome!
Jun
27
Social Justice Message in Chapel: Rev. Gerald Davis offers the reflection in chapel at 8:30 am today. Rev. Davis is the minister at Church of Restoration Unitarian Universalist in Tulsa. His ministry follows the arc of the universe as it bends toward social justice. All are welcome!
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
2017 Senior Class Reflection: Travis Ewton delivered the senior class reflection at the Phillips Theological Seminary 2017 commencement.
2017 Student Achievement Awards: Phillips Theological Seminary recognizes its students at the end of each academic year with several awards and honors.
Statement on the Acquittal in the Death of Terence Crutcher: Regardless of the reasons the jury voted to acquit the officer who killed Terence, the fact remains: an African-American man without a weapon was killed by a law enforcement officer. That is not only a tragedy. It is morally wrong. It is difficult, even impossible, not to see this wrong as one of way too many national stories of an African-American male, in “hands-up, don’t shoot” posture, killed by law enforcement.
America: Stop Arguing Like Divorcing Churches: From President Gary Peluso-Verdend's weekly blog, "What is the end point toward which the players in our national partisan divide are leading us? I fear we are misusing church divorce language on the national stage. The effect could be dire."
An Oklahoma Budget to Honor Mother’s Day: From President Gary Peluso-Verdend's most recent blog post: Although we in Oklahoma don’t have a budget yet, I predict the question of the morality of this budget will not be a driving or important question in setting the budget. And that is a shame.
Are We Hearing the United Methodist Swan Song?: "A split could be the last action—a swan song— for which United Methodism is known in U.S. society, and that will be a shame," writes President Gary Peluso-Verdend in this week's blog post.
Two Christian Views on Peace, Justice, Compassion: President Gary Peluso-Verdend provides two interpretations for how the stories Christians have told themselves have been self-serving.
The Future of Ministry: Ministry has always come with challenges. The names of the challenges change with the generations. Regardless of the changes, according to President Gary Peluso-Verdend, face-to-face meetings powered by compassion and understanding will be necessary.
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