where faith leads...
uncharted waters
larger community
reimagining church
reclaiming lives
Lessons & Carols in Chapel: Join the newly formed Phillips choir for lessons and carols in the Chapel at 11:30 am. All are welcome to join each weekly chapel service.
Nat'l Assoc of Black Journalists Celebrates Anniversary at Phillips!: Phillips hosts the 20th Anniversary of Nat'l Assoc. of Black Journalists-Tulsa. The theme this year is the Media's Role in Social Justice. This all day event includes awards luncheon with honor presented to Phillips alumna, Yvonne Harris.
Last day for Early Registration for Remind & Renew: It's not too late to get the discounted rate for January's Remind & Renew. Register today!
Remind & Renew: Let's Talk About Race, Liberty & Justice For All at the 2016 Remind & Renew conference! Join William Barber, Sharon Watkins, Jennifer Harvey and others for challenging and vital conversations.
You'll be blessed & challenged on a courageous journey from 'knowing' to 'understanding.'

Marnie Leinberger,
PTS student

denominations in student body
masters students take online classes
students receive Phillips tuition grants
You've Got to Be Carefully Taught: Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend works through options of where we might learn how to be moral in public, when everyone is looking, on matters that concern the human capacity to share this world with people who are different from ourselves, and when we demand for others the rights and privileges we claim for ourselves.
Christmas Culture Wars Start Early: Christians in the U.S. have lost the war for Christmas, and that lost war bears no resemblance to the fictional war on Christmas the political right has constructed.
Five Suggestions: What Should be the Moral Foundations of U.S. Society?: Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend offers five suggestions for the moral foundations of U.S. society.
Ten Commandments Monument Debate Raises the Question: What Are the Moral Foundations of U.S. Society?: For Jews and Christians, the Ten Commandments are not matters of history, but of faith. Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend doesn't want any government to be given the power to determine or display elements of his faith. Period. But he does acknowledge an anxiety in the Ten Commandments controversy to which he is sympathetic.
It's New and Improved: The More Inclusive Nativity Scene: The nativity sets that adorn many mantles, lawns and church fronts during the holidays is in need of an upgrade. Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend offers several options for a more powerful nativity scene.
Should a Christian Be Elected President?: Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend doesn't back some kind of public test of a candidate’s orthodoxy. But neither is he willing to give any “Christian” candidate a pass on her or his faith.
Papal Visit: It's Faith, Not Politics: We people of faith who believe that faith must be evident in public life, but who also believe the faith cannot be reduced to politics, need to fight to enter public debates as people of faith rather than to be reduced to or dismissed with partisan political language and categories.
Jesus the Divider: Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend reflects on Robert McAfee Brown's argument that the freedom Jesus Christ offers must lead to temporary but real period of division as the forces that keep persons and peoples in bondage are exposed for what they are.
Phillips Theological Seminary offers Christian graduate theological education
in service of intelligent, just, and compassionate religious and civic communities. We welcome
students to a safe space for truth-seeking conversations about the Bible, Jesus, and faithful living.
Courses available on campus and online for certificate, diploma, MDiv, MAMC, MASJ, & MTS
programs, and on campus for the DMin program.

Phillips Theological Seminary

901 N. Mingo Road
Tulsa, OK 74116

p 918-610-8303
f 918-610-8404

Campus & Directions

Site content © 2005-15 Phillips Theological Seminary

The materials on this website are owned, held, or licensed by Phillips Theological Seminary and are available for personal, non-commercial, and educational use, provided Phillips is properly cited. Any commercial use of the materials, without the written permission by Phillips Theological Seminary, is strictly prohibited.

Site design, programming, and CMS © 2005-15 Verdend Interactive

Like PTS on Facebook
Follow PTS on Twitter
Subscribe to RSS and Podcasts