Phoenix Seminary

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Highest Degree Offered: Doctoral

College Type: Private

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Academic Calendar: Semester

State: Arizona

Description

Preparation for effective, godly ministry requires training for both the mind and the heart. To achieve this goal, Phoenix Seminary offers students an exciting opportunity to gain Biblical expertise with a focus on personal spiritual growth and practical ministry application.

Phoenix Seminary has a deep conviction that preparation for ministry is about much more than just pursuing a graduate degree. It's about gaining theological and Biblical understanding combined with well-developed ministry skills. It's about developing the ability to teach and apply the Bible with an awareness of the culture in which we live. It's about the formation of true Christ-like character. Simply stated, it's about "Scholarship with a Shepherd's Heart"

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Total Students: 177
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Address:
4222 E. Thomas Road Suite #400
Phoenix Arizona 85018

Website: http://www.phoenixseminary.edu

Main Email: email@phoenixseminary.edu

Main Phone: 602-850-8000

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Eric Channing
Director of Enrollment, Enrollment Department
602-850-8000 x128
echanning@ps.edu

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