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Prioritize prayer, Gaines says in SBTS chapel messageLOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) -- Southern Baptists should prioritize prayer for unity and evangelism, Southern Baptist Convention President Steve Gaines said in a chapel message at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary setting forth key aspects of prayer.
"I'm praying that the priority of the Southern Baptist Convention ... will become literally a house of prayer," Gaines said. "I'm praying that when people think about the Southern Baptist Convention the very first thing they will think of is this: That's the group of folks, those are the folks that pray." Read More
TRUSTEES: Steve Gaines named SBTS visiting professor
Trustees of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary unanimously approved the installation of Southern Baptist Convention President Steve Gaines to a visiting professorship during their April 10 meeting. Read More
Cooperation is 'our heart & soul,' Richards saysLOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) -- Southern Baptists need to unite in order "to advance the Kingdom of God together for God's glory," state convention leader Jim Richards said in a chapel message at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
"What we have [as churches in the Southern Baptist Convention] is definitely much more in common than we have apart," said Richards, executive director of the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention, noting that "our heart and our soul" is "to be together." Read More
Dearborn's Arab-Americans receptive, seminarians sayDEARBORN, Mich. (BP) -- In Dearborn, Mich., home of the largest concentration of Arab-Americans in the United States, students from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary learned about praying for and sharing the Gospel with local Muslims during a three-day visit to the city.
Led by faculty member Ayman S. Ibrahim, the team interacted with a number of the 100,000-plus Arab Americans who comprise at least 45 percent of Dearborn's population. Read More
'Go find someone hurting,' Tada tells SBTS audiencesLOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) -- "Go find someone hurting worse than you and help them," Joni Eareckson Tada said during a two-day visit to Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky.
Tada, a quadriplegic speaker and author, told her personal story and focused on practical ministry to the disabled by local churches in a talk to 350 Southern Seminary students and their families for a Student Life Conference on Feb. 10. Read More
FROM THE SEMINARIES: Mohler on the Reformation at SBTS convocation; Midwestern launches in-the-field M.Div.
R. Albert Mohler Jr. speaks on the Reformation at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary's convocation; Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary launches an in-the-field M.Div. called the Timothy Track. Read More
FROM THE SEMINARIES: Convocation at Gateway; modular Th.M at Southern
Today’s From the Seminaries includes: Gateway Seminary of the Southern Baptist Convention; Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Read More
FROM THE SEMINARIES: NOBTS accreditation reaffirmed; MBTS journal honors Tomlinson; preaching, politics addressed at SBTS
In today’s From the Seminaries: New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary; Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary; Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Read More
Embrace prophetic role, Mohler exhorts SBTS gradsLOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) -- Christian ministers should not settle for the comfortable career of secular professionals but courageously embrace their prophetic role, R. Albert Mohler Jr. said in his Dec. 2 winter commencement address at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
The seminary conferred 180 master's and doctoral degrees during commencement exercises in Alumni Memorial Chapel. Read More
Protestant, Catholic dividing lines examined in new bookLOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) -- With the approaching 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, the need for clarity on the commonalities and differences between Catholics and Protestants grows ever more urgent, according to the authors of "The Unfinished Reformation."
Gregg R. Allison, professor of Christian theology at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Chris Castaldo, lead pastor of New Covenant Church, Naperville, Ill., provide a thorough and careful examination of the issues at stake. Both authors have experience with Catholicism: Allison served with CRU, formerly known as Campus Crusade for Christ, at Notre Dame and was a missionary to Italy, and Castaldo was raised Roman Catholic and later converted to evangelicalism. Read More