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Aug
30
iFundPhillips in Chapel Today: All are welcome on this special chapel service day featuring the iFundPhillips team. iFundPhillips is the seminary's annual fundraising event to build student scholarships. The Rev. Geoff Brewster will offer the reflection. Chapel begins at 11:30 am.
Sep
27
Board Installation in Chapel: The annual installation of the board of trustees will be held during chapel today. The Rev. Pam Holt, Regional Minister for the DOC of Oklahoma will offer the reflection. All are welcome to attend Phillips worship services each week.
Nov
13
PhillipsFest: Mark your calendars for the inaugural PhillipsFest featuring the Indigo Girls. The concert will be at Legends Dance Hall, downtown Tulsa. Tickets are on sale now.
Jan
25
Remind & Renew 2017: Remind & Renew 2017 will mark the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation 1517-2017
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
In Praise of Teachers: Teachers are seeing new faces as they welcome their classes at the start of the school year. Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend recalls three of his teachers whose lessons continue in his life and work.
How to Listen to a Sermon: Nearly 65 million Americans sit through a sermon each week. Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend offers his perspective on what it takes to be a good listener of a sermon.
What Has Gotten Better About Seminary Education?: Clergy have been lamenting the lack of fitness for ministry of the next generation of clergy for hundreds of years. Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend writes this week about why that is not the case and why seminary education is better today than in the past.
Confessions of a Seminary President: Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend offers his reflections on his time as a seminary student, teacher and leader for nearly 40 years.
Do You Muddle?: How do Americans use the Bible to interpret American public life? President Gary Peluso-Verdend explores three possibilities and his own understanding of an "muddled middle" interpreter of the Bible in his latest blog.
Three Reasons Why Christianity in the U.S. Works Better as Critic than Cheerleader: In his newest blog post, Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend writes, "It is not just good law that leaders of religious organizations, speaking for their organizations, are forbidden to endorse candidates. It is good theology. Christianity in a democracy works better as a critical, transformative force than it does as an endorser or enforcer of governing policy."
Stewardship Department Introduces Student Intern: The Stewardship Department has a student intern, Paige Clark, working in the office. She will start her Master of Arts in Social Justice studies this fall.
Bamboo and the Perniciousness of Racism: A whitewashed, unchallenged story of American goodness and rightness is a story of white supremacy, an evidence of a pernicious rhizome.
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