Exclusive Visual Art Exhibit Opening April 29 at Phillips

“Halim Flowers – Something New, Black Birds (2121)” is a solo exhibit of new works created by internationally known visual artist, spoken word performer, businessman and author of 11 published nonfiction works, Halim Flowers. The exhibit opens during Phillips Theological Seminary’s annual Tulsa Race Massacre Lecture Series. Monday, April 29, Philips presents a lecture by Dr. Tracey Hucks, “Religion, the Black Body, and Intimate Terror in Trinidad” to commemorate the massacre, suggesting lessons the history offers, and interpreting the inherited legacies that must be confronted. Prior to the lecture, will be a reception launching the opening of Halim Flowers art exhibit featuring paintings exclusively created for this event.

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Top 5 reasons Jesus Followers Should Celebrate Pride Month

Editor’s Note: President Nancy Claire Pittman offers this list for celebrating Pride Month. Top 5 reasons cis-gendered, heterosexual followers of Jesus should celebrate Pride Month with queer siblings and colleagues (written […]

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Watch the Phillips Commencement Online

You’re invited to watch the commencement live from Metropolitan Baptist Church in Tulsa, Okla. starting at 11 a.m. Central time on YouTube. Please download the commencement program to more fully […]

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