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TRUSTEES: Southeastern elects 2 faculty members
WAKE FOREST, N.C. (BP) -- Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary trustees heard reports on the seminary's projected sixth year of record enrollment, elected Jim Shaddix and Stephen Eccher to the faculty and celebrated God's continued provision during their spring meeting. Read More
FROM THE SEMINARIES: Southeastern, Southern, Southwestern
"From the Seminaries" includes news releases of interest from Southern Baptist seminaries. Read More
Song of Solomon: a picture of marriage, ChristNASHVILLE (BP) -- It's probably the most popular love story ever written, but its portrayal of marital intimacy has generated no small amount of controversy.
Some Jews forbade men from reading it before age 30. John Calvin once had a man expelled from Geneva in part because of the way he interpreted it. And former Seattle pastor Mark Driscoll drew sharp criticism for using it to describe specific sexual acts. Read More
Akin tells grads of 'Win-Win Scenario'WAKE FOREST, N.C. (BP) -- Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and The College at Southeastern celebrated the graduation of 160 students Dec. 12 at the Wake Forest, N.C., campus.
Daniel Akin, Southeastern's president, spoke on "The Ultimate Win-Win Scenario" in his commencement address. Read More
FROM THE SEMINARIES: SEBTS (prayer for racial reconciliation; missionary Sam James) & SBTS (Evan. Theological Society)
Today's From the Seminaries includes items from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (prayer for racial reconciliation; missionary Sam James) and Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (Evangelical Theological Society). Read More
TRUSTEES: SEBTS reports fifth year of record enrollmentWAKE FOREST (BP) -- Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary's board of trustees heard reports on the seminary's fifth year of record enrollment, its Kingdom Diversity campaign, and celebrated surpassing its $50 million campaign during their fall meeting. They also honored the seminary's director of planned giving for 25 years of service. Read More