The Rev. Dr. Nancy Claire Pittman offers the homily at this worship service honoring three Phillips graduates who are contributing authors to the book: Coming Full Circle, Constructing Native Christian Theology. This books seeks to encourage young Native American scholars and non-Native theologians to reconsider the rich possibilities present in the intersection between Native theory […]
Dr. Sarah Morice Brubaker, Assistant Professor of Theology at Phillips Theological Seminary, offers a reflection on transfiguration and how it resembles a Super Bowl commercial.
Dr. John Imbler offers a reflection on the history of Phillips Theological Seminary. Imbler is an Adjunct Instructor of History of Christianity & Disciples Studies as well as, an Executive Vice President Emeritus of Phillips. Imbler retired from Phillips in 2013, after 21 years of service.
Imam John Ederer, spiritual leader of the Islamic Society of Tulsa, offers a reflection during the DMin fortnight at Phillips Theological Seminary.
This reflection was offered by the Rev. Dr. Nancy Claire Pittman, Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean at Phillips Theological Seminary. Pittman reflects on Ephesians 1: 15-23
Kurt Gwartney, Senior Director of Seminary Relations, and 1999 Phillips alumnus, reflects on embracing the darkness in this contemplation offered during the Spring 2016 Doctor of Ministry (DMin) Fortnight held annually in January.
The Rev. Chris Moore, Senior Minister at Fellowship Congregational Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma, offers a reflection on Micah 6:8. Moore is also a Phillips alum.
Josh Linton, Director of Recruitment, tackles an apocalyptic text (Mark 13) during our weekly chapel service.
The JustHope delegation offers the chapel service on this day with special guests from Nicaragua. Leslie Penrose, Executive Director, and Phillips Theological Seminary alumna, includes special information about the December/Advent occasion honoring Mary, the mother of Jesus.
This service was presented by the InterReligious Understanding Program at Phillips, with student Chelsea Peary reading, and Anna Holloway offering the homily.