Month: June 2020

Phillips Seminary Offers Mail-In Ballot Notary Service

Phillips Theological Seminary joins ACTION Tulsa’s Notary Day, June 27 from 10 a.m.–2 p.m. Saturday. COVID 19 has made voting more challenging and many voters have requested an absentee ballot. The notary service is free. All absentee ballots must be at the election board by 7 p.m. June 30, election day. The seminary is at […]

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Phillips Seminary Stands with African Americans’ Celebration of Juneteenth

With the discussion of President Donald Trump’s initial intention to hold a campaign rally in Tulsa this coming weekend, we at Phillips Theological Seminary continue to stand with the African American communities of Oklahoma as we consider the significance of the celebration of June 19th. This date, also known as Juneteenth, commemorates for African Americans […]

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Phillips Seminary Announces New Vice President, Dean

Phillips Theological Seminary welcomes the Rev. Dr. Lee H. Butler, Jr. as the seminary’s new Vice President of Academic Affairs and Academic Dean. Butler will also hold an endowed academic chair and serve as the William Tabbernee Professor of the History of Religions and Africana Pastoral Theology at Phillips. He was a mentee of the […]

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Statement on Mr. George Floyd and Nationwide Protests

The flames and winds that Christians celebrate at Pentecost this year have become flames of anger and winds of rage engulfing America. At Phillips Theological Seminary, as we have watched the multiple events from the week of May 25-29 including the death of Mr. George Floyd in Minneapolis and the cellular phone call of Ms. […]

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