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FROM THE SEMINARIES: Gateway hosts first Jonathan Edwards conference; convocations at Southeastern & MidwesternGateway Seminary hosts its first Jonathan Edwards conference; David Platt addresses Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary's convocation; Jason Allen announces faculty appointments at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary's convocation.
Gateway hosts its first Jonathan Edwards conference
ONTARIO, Calif. (BP) -- The Jonathan Edwards Center at Gateway Seminary hosted its inaugural conference Jan. 15-16 at the ... Read More
'Cordial' meeting: Patterson, SEBTS divide documentsFORT WORTH, Texas (BP) -- After two days of meetings, representatives of Paige Patterson and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary say they have determined, with no disagreements, the rightful ownership of 89 boxes of documents related to Patterson's 1992-2003 presidency at Southeastern.
Southeastern said it recovered "student" and "personnel" records from Patterson. Patterson's representatives said he maintained all but about one-third of a box out of the documents at issue. Both sides agreed the meetings -- held Jan. 7-8 on the campus of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary -- were cordial. Read More
MLK taught as 'Christian hero' at SBC seminariesNASHVILLE (BP) -- When a white supremacist gunned down nine black worshipers at Mother Emanuel Church in Charleston, S.C., mission catalyst Bob Lawler knew he had to say something to the Baptist association he led in northern California.
So Lawler gathered the association's 48 ethnically diverse churches for a joint worship service. When he stood to preach, Lawler harkened to the words of Martin Luther King Jr.
"In the 'I Have a Dream' speech," Lawler recalled telling the Redwood Empire Baptist Association, "not only did [King] say, 'I have a dream. I have a dream.' He also said, 'with this faith'" repeatedly, "reminding us that it's not just a humanitarian effort" to effect racial reconciliation. "It's an effort based on the Gospel." Read More
Dominican Republic native found Gospel focus at SEBTSWAKE FOREST, N.C. (BP) -- It started with a prayer.
In his home country of the Dominican Republic, youth pastor Moises Gomez had a burning desire to be better equipped to serve the church. He and his pastor asked the Lord to provide a way for Gomez to be equipped for full-time ministry.
"I think we should pray and see God respond in this prayer," Gomez recounted his pastor telling him in 2014.
Two weeks later the phone rang, and Edgar Aponte was on the other end. Aponte was Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary's director of Hispanic leadership development at the time (now the International Mission Board's vice president of mobilization). Read More
God promises to never leave, Akin tells SEBTS gradsWAKE FOREST, N.C. (BP) -- Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary President Danny Akin encouraged 169 new seminary graduates and 30 undergraduates Dec. 7 to trust in the steadfast promise that God will never abandon them.
Akin highlighted two points in his commencement message from Hebrews 13:5. First, he said God is the one who makes this promise. Noting similar Old Testament promises from Deuteronomy 31:6,8 and Joshua 1:5, Akin explained that God has promised to never leave His children in the past nor will He leave His children in the present.
"This is a truth that was real for Old Testament saints; it is a truth that was real for New Testament saints; and it is a truth that is real for you and me today right where we are," he said. Read More
SBC DIGEST: 5 honored as evangelical scholars during ETS; La. search committee accepting nominations; Wayne Jenkins, dead at 70, led La. evangelism 28 years
In today's SBC Digest: 5 honored as evangelical scholars during ETS; La. search committee accepting nominations; Wayne Jenkins, dead at 70, led La. evangelism 28 years. Read More
Logan Carson, SEBTS' first African American prof, diesANGIER, N.C. (BP) -- Logan Carson, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary's first full-time African American professor, died Nov. 3 at age 86.
Carson, who taught theology at SEBTS from 1994-2009, will be remembered for his zeal for life, love for teaching Scripture to his students and his humility in serving others.
Danny Akin, Southeastern's president, noted, "The thing I remember most about Dr. Carson is that he said he didn't want his sight back in this life because 'the first thing I want to see is Jesus' face.'" Read More
TRUSTEES: SEBTS adds student ministry partnershipWAKE FOREST, N.C. (BP) -- A new student ministry degree and the announcement of a record enrollment increase were among the highlights of the biannual trustee and Southeastern Society meetings at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Oct. 15-16 at the Wake Forest, N.C., campus.
Trustees approved a master of arts in student ministry in partnership with Student Leadership University (SLU) in Orlando, Fla., to continue fulfilling Southeastern's call to equip students to serve the church and fulfill the Great Commission. Read More
FROM THE SEMINARIES: SEBTS' 9Marks conf. keyed to church mobilization; SBTS releases video for Mohler's 25th anniversaryIn today's From the Seminaries: Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary; Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
9Marks conf. at SEBTS: Mobilizing a church on mission
By Lauren Pratt
WAKE FOREST, N.C. (BP) -- Understanding the purpose and practice of missions as well as creating a culture of generous support of missionaries were among ... Read More
Chaplaincy ministry, church planting spotlighted at SEBTSWAKE FOREST, N.C. (BP) -- With more than 100 military community students, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary is making strides in its efforts to engage these students and bring awareness to ministry opportunities within the military community.
Affiliated SEBTS military personnel and students gathered for panel discussions and various meetings for the seminary's first Military Community Focus Week, Sept. 4-7.
"Discipling, training and caring for our military community is incredibly strategic for long term global, gospel impact," said Mark Liederbach, dean of students and vice president for student services. "Our hope is to build a welcoming, strategic and caring community for our military men and women." Read More