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Aug
3
A-Term Week I: New this year, Phillips is offering another two weeks of concentrated courses. The first week of A-Term includes a special course Digital Media and the Church.
Aug
17
A-Term Week II: New this year, Phillips is offering another two weeks of concentrated courses. This second week of A-Term includes portal course Vocation Matters. New student orientation will also be held this week.
Aug
24
Fall Semester Begins: For 2015-16 we are trying something a little different: all on-campus 13-week courses will be offered on Tuesdays, except the biblical language courses. The language classes will be offered on campus & by synchronous videoconference on Thursdays.
Jan
13
Remind & Renew: Join us for the 2016 annual Remind & Renew Conference held in the Meinders Chapel on the Phillips campus. Check back regularly for updates on registration.
You'll be blessed & challenged on a courageous journey from 'knowing' to 'understanding.'

Marnie Leinberger,
PTS student

18
denominations in student body
55%
masters students take online classes
90%
students receive Phillips tuition grants
When Fear Overwhelms Understanding: Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend faces one of his greatest fears: spiders. His learning from encountering a monster face-to-face? Don't let fear overwhelm understanding.
Nurturing Risk Taking Leaders: What do the Wizard of Oz, pole vaulting and Star Trek have to do with finding leaders for the church? Make the connection with Gary Peluso-Verdend's latest blog post.
Nurturing Leaders Attentive To God: Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend focuses on how to be more attentive to God in the face of fear and confusion.
Nurturing Responsible Interpreters: Biblical and theological interpretation is key in producing effective leaders for ministry. Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend offers his views on what it means to responsibly interpret.
Nurturing Leaders Who Can Nurture Democracy: On this Independence Day holiday, Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend challenges the church to raise up leaders who will help democracy thrive.
What a Week to Be a Preacher: It's been quite a couple of weeks for news and preachers should take heed.
Nurturing Leaders: Meet My Pastor, the Seminary Educated Carpenter: The un-congregating of the U.S. is underway and the association of Christian congregations with middle-class Americanism is eroding (and that is not a bad thing). This means the base of persons likely to be attracted to any form of organized religion is lessening, thus diminishing congregations’ capacity to pay their clergy.
Nurturing Leaders: Cultivate the Public Good: Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend uses the Diocese of Tulsa decision to leave the Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice as the topic of his most recent blog on leadership.
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