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SBC seminary presidents relay reports to messengersDALLAS (BP) -- Presidents of the Southern Baptist Convention's six seminaries reported on their 2017-2018 academic year to messengers June 13 at the SBC annual meeting in Dallas.
Iorg reports Gateway Seminary 'at its best'
By Kathie Chute
DALLAS (BP) -- Jeff Iorg, president of Gateway Seminary, reminded messengers that his past several reports have dealt with transition, moving the campus and a name change. Read More
FIRST-PERSON: Seminary or cemetery?
Micah Carter, writing for SBC Seminaries Sunday, recounts that his seminary education "planted and watered and cultivated the seeds of Gospel truth, biblical knowledge, evangelistic fervor, pastoral care and theological rigor." Read More
Southeastern aiding Cuban convention's momentumWAKE FOREST, N.C. (BP) -- The Cuban church planting movement has been on the move for nearly 30 years as house churches have grown in number and people have come to Christ by the thousands.
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in joining what God is doing through the Eastern Baptist Convention and its Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Santiago through theological training to equip leaders for ministry.
Southeastern's involvement comes at a "very unique period in Cuba's history," ... Read More
FROM THE SEMINARIES: SWBTS 'flexible access' enrolls off-site studentsFORT WORTH, Texas (BP) -- Marilyn Maddox wanted to "shore up" her theological studies, but being a wife, mother and fulltime staff member at a Baptist church in Houston, she was unable to relocate to Fort Worth to attend classes at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Fortunately, Southwestern provides an option other than the residential program that fits her particular circumstances: a "flexible access" master's degree. Read More
Reaching the world through theological educationFORT WORTH, Texas (BP) -- Fewer than 10 years ago, the Baptist seminary in Guatemala City was on the verge of closing its doors.
Its library bookshelves were nearly bare; its only technological resources were decades-old computers; and its roof had decayed to the point that classes could not be held when it rained lest students become drenched by the impertinent dripping.
Beyond that, the seminary's reach was limited, leaving would-be ministers who lived far from campus with no option but to fend for themselves. Read More
FIRST-PERSON: Is the SBC in golden era of theological education?
Theological education in the SBC is in many ways where it started in 1859, seminary president Jason Allen writes, "with uniformly conservative seminaries serving the convention's churches." Read More