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SBC DIGEST: New book conveys Gospel-shaped human dignity; LifeWay offers shared office space; Bob Smietana to lead RNSNew book sets forth Gospel-shaped view of human dignity
NASHVILLE (BP) -- Daniel Darling seeks to unite "two seemingly disparate strands of the Christian life" in a new book, "The Dignity Revolution: Reclaiming God's Rich Vision for Humanity," released by The Good Book Co. on Aug. 14. Read More
SBC DIGEST: Heimbach speaks on 'warrior ethic'; apologetics workshops slated at LifeWay Stores; apologetics podcast produced by Mo. duo
In today's SBC Digest: Southeastern Seminary's Daniel Heimbach lectures on a "warrior ethic" at the Defense Intelligence Agency; LifeWay Christian Stores to host apologetics workshops Sept. 12; apologetics "T.A.G. You're It" podcast produced by Missouri Baptist duo. Read More
World Series: Mets' Murphy seeks to honor ChristNEW YORK (BP) -- New York Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy isn't your prototypical power hitter. The 14 homers he belted during the 2015 regular season were a career high.
So Murphy's historic postseason power surge has been uncharacteristic. What has been more characteristic is how he has handled himself throughout the hoopla. Read More
Jesus myths need correction, Darling writesNASHVILLE (BP) -- Even evangelical Christians can believe in a mythical Jesus, and that needs to be corrected, says Daniel Darling.
"I've seen a tendency among evangelicals, including myself, to create a Jesus in our own image rather than surrendering to the Spirit's work of creating us in Christ's image," Darling told Baptist Press in an email interview. "The Scriptures present one Christ, the Christ of history, the Christ who is. I think chasing down a Jesus who looks just like us ends up with disappointment and disillusionment. The Jesus who is is infinitely better than the Jesus we create." Read More
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