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'God gave His best to die,' Akin tells SEBTS gradsWAKE FOREST, N.C. (BP) -- The good news of the Gospel, encapsulated in John 3:16, is to be shared across all nations, Danny Akin, president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, noted at SEBTS' Dec. 8 graduation ceremony.
Dividing the passage into multiple sections, Akin highlighted the unparalleled love of God displayed in John 3:16 in his address to graduates, family and friends of Southeastern Seminary and The College at Southeastern. Read More
EDUCATION DIGEST: Jeff Struecker joins SEBTS faculty; Hankins highlights La. College heritage; Marvin Watson, former DBU president, dies
In today's Education Digest: Jeff Struecker, Scott Pace, Ronjour Locke join SEBTS faculty; David Hankins highlights Louisiana College heritage; Marvin Watson, former DBU president, dies. Read More
Sola scriptura cited as Reformation bedrockNASHVILLE (BP) -- Sola scriptura is among the most important Reformation principles for believers to understand and apply. That's the conclusion of at least some Southern Baptist Convention seminary professors on the Protestant Reformation's 500th anniversary.
Sola scriptura (Latin for "by Scripture alone") is the doctrine that the Bible alone is humankind's infallible rule for faith and practice.
'The highest functional authority'
Chris Chun, associate professor of church history at Gateway Seminary, told Baptist Press the Reformation's 500th anniversary "might be an appropriate time to reflect if Scripture still is the highest functional authority in Southern Baptist life and practice." Read More
TRUSTEES: Capital campaign tops SEBTS fall meeting agendaWAKE FOREST, N.C. (BP) -- During their Oct. 15-17 meetings, both trustees and supporters of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary were updated on institutional developments -- namely the seminary's capital campaign being launched in the spring of 2018 to enhance the on-campus experience by adding a welcome center and dining hall.
The campaign is a four-year plan to raise $20.5 million. In addition to these new buildings, plans include renovations for Stealey Hall and the library as well as the addition of a campus center as a primary location for the college. Read More
FROM THE SEMINARIES: 9Marks conference at SEBTS focuses on church leadership; MBTS adds Spanish-language master's degrees
In today's From the Seminaries: 9Marks conference at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary focuses on church leadership; Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary adds Spanish-language master's degrees. Read More
Young leaders, CP among Page's topics at SEBTSWAKE FOREST, N.C. (BP) -- Frank S. Page addressed a range of topics in chapel, a panel discussion and a video interview at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Page, president of the Southern Baptist Convention's Executive Committee, underscored the involvement of young leaders in the SBC and its Cooperative Program during his Sept. 7 visit to the Wake Forest, N.C. campus.
In chapel, Page drew from the apostle Paul's words in Philippians 3 on the ... Read More
Seminary Reformation tours leave pastors inspiredWITTENBERG, Germany (BP) -- Renewed commitments to expository preaching and teaching theology were among pastors' takeaways this summer from Reformation tours of Europe led by Southern Baptist Convention seminaries.
"After going and seeing the tour of Martin Luther [sites] -- all that went into his life, the risks he took -- why would you ever do anything other than preach the Bible?" said Clint Pressley, a North Carolina pastor who participated in Southern Baptist Theological Seminary's Land of Luther Study Tour in Germany Aug. 14-21. Read More
FROM THE SEMINARIES: Fall convocations at MBTS, SEBTS, SBTS, SWBTS
Today's From the Seminaries includes convocation reports from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Read More
SBC DIGEST: WMU's Carol Causey to retire; SEBTS launches degree program for inmatesIn today's SBC DIGEST: Carol Causey, director of national WMU's missions resource center, has announced her retirement, effective Sept. 15, after nearly 32 years of service; Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary begins a degree program for inmates at the Nash Correctional Institution in North Carolina. Read More
FROM THE SEMINARIES: SEBTS announces three new position appointments; SBTS adds 'promising young theologian' to faculty
In today's From the Seminaries: Shaddix as director of the Southeastern Center for Pastoral Leadership and Preaching, and James as EQUIP Network coordinator; SEBTS appoints Kellen to full-time teaching position;SBTS adds 'promising young theologian' to faculty. Read More