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Patterson to grads: follow Christ anywhereFORT WORTH, Texas (BP) -- After walking across the stage and receiving their degrees, alumni of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary are expected to be like Philip the apostle by bringing others to Jesus, President Paige Patterson told 183 undergraduate, master's and doctoral graduates May 8.
"You are commissioned today to spend the rest of your life finding other people that need to know about the Lord Jesus Christ," Patterson said, .... Read More
FROM THE SEMINARIES: Southeastern, Southern, Southwestern
"From the Seminaries" includes news releases of interest from Southern Baptist seminaries. Read More
CALL TO PRAYER: Personal evangelism still counts
In this week's Call to Prayer, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary President Paige Patterson shares about the loss of a dear friend and why personal evangelism still counts. Read More
FIRST-PERSON: Paige Patterson - 40 years of leadership in higher education
Paige Patterson, across 40 years of leadership at three Baptist institutions of higher learning, "refashioned the paradigm for what a college and seminary president could be and do," seminary provost Jason Duesing writes. Read More
Francis Schaeffer 'indispensable' to SBC
NASHVILLE (BP) -- The late Francis Schaeffer was known to pick up the phone during the early years of the Southern Baptist Convention's conservative resurgence. Paige Patterson knew to expect a call from Schaeffer around Christmas with the question, "You're not growing weary in well-doing are you?" Read More
Policy violation may stir bylaw change, SWBTS trustees say
FORT WORTH -- An investigation prompted by Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary President Paige Patterson's decision to admit a Muslim into the school's biblical archeology doctoral program is complete -- and could trigger a bylaw change to improve "accountability" and "flexibility in pursuing ministry opportunities" -- trustees said Oct. 22 in a statement. Read More