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More Fred Rogers, Please

Fred Rogers, known to generations of children and their parents, as Mister Rogers, was a Presbyterian minister. His show, begun in 1968, embodied much of old mainline Protestantism at its best. Without naming the Name, he walked the walk, in public spaces, and taught more what the way of Jesus by living it than most […]

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Reflection on Romans by Nancy Pittman

The Dean of the seminary, and Vice President of Academic Affairs, the Rev. Dr. Nancy Claire Pittman, offers the homily during this chapel service during the Fall 2017 new student orientation. Her reflection is based on Romans 12.

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New Student Orientation by Gerald Davis

The Rev. Gerald Davis offers the homily during this Fall 2017 new student orientation chapel service. He is currently serving as the minister of the Church of the Restoration Unitarian Universalist and as an affiliate minister at All Souls Unitarian Church, both in Tulsa. Previously, he served as the County Director for the Oklahoma Department […]

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On the Road Together by Gerald Davis

The Rev. Gerald Davis offers the homily during this June 27th chapel service. He is currently serving as the minister of the Church of the Restoration Unitarian Universalist and as an affiliate minister at All Souls Unitarian Church, both in Tulsa. Previously, he served as the County Director for the Oklahoma Department of Human Services. […]

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Enough Already by Susanna Southard

The reflection on this final day of DMin Fortnight chapel services at Phillips Theological Seminary is offered by the Rev. Susanna Weslie Southard. Southard is the Director of Teaching with Technology, an Instructor in Ministry Studies and the Chaplain at Phillips. Her reflection is based on Genesis 21: 8-21.

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Intersectionality, Intercultural, Interfaith by Gerald Davis

The Rev. Gerald Davis offers the homily during this DMin chapel service. He is currently serving as the minister of the Church of the Restoration Unitarian Universalist and as an affiliate minister at All Souls Unitarian Church, both in Tulsa. Previously, he served as the County Director for the Oklahoma Department of Human Services. Over […]

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A Reflection by David Wilson by: David Wilson

The guest homilist for today’s DMin fortnight chapel service is the Rev. Dr. David M. Wilson. Dr. Wilson is currently serving as the Superintendent of the Oklahoma Indian Missionary Conference of the United Methodist Church. He holds an MDiv from Phillips and was the first clergy person from OIMC to graduate from Phillips. In 2007, […]

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Prequels and Sequels by John Thomas, Jr.

The Rev. Dr. John Thomas, Jr. offers the homily during this chapel service of DMin fortnight at Phillips Theological Seminary. Thomas is the the Associate Professor of Practical Theology at Phillips, as well as the director of Supervised Ministries, the director of denominational formation for Baptist Traditions, and the associate dean for contextual education and […]

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Grossly Unremarkable by Nancy Pittman

The Dean of the seminary, and Vice President of Academic Affairs, the Rev. Dr. Nancy Claire Pittman, offers the homily during this chapel service of DMin fortnight. Her reflection is based on Romans 6: 1b-11.

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A 21st Century Faith by Gary Peluso-Verdend

President of Phillips Theological Seminary, the Rev. Dr. Gary Peluso-Verdend, offers a message during the first day of chapel services during the June Doctor of Ministry fortnight. Dr. Peluso-Verdend’s message is A 21st Century Faith…in order that humankind can see the 22nd Century.

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