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Jason Duesing

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FIRST-PERSON: A steersman in a storm

Seminary professor Jason Duesing notes the heroism of Adoniram Judson some 200 years ago -- which included the pioneer missionary's perseverance "in the less visible but still vital battles of the mind and heart."

FIRST-PERSON: Bach & a new semester

Columnist and professor Jason Duesing tells how the composer Johann Sebastian Bach was inspired to dedicate each piece of music to God and how students can similarly acknowledge God in their studies as a new semester begins.

FIRST-PERSON: Why we should remember Carl F.H. Henry (who’d be 100 this month)

Columnist and seminary professor Jason Duesing says Carl F.H. Henry, who'd be 100 this month if he hadn't died, could be a helpful voice for today's Baptists.

FIRST-PERSON: Who really was the first U.S. missionary?

Columnist and seminary professor explains why Baptist Adoniram Judson does not wear the title of "first U.S. missionary."

FIRST-PERSON: Who really was the first U.S. missionary?

Columnist and seminary professor explains why Baptist Adoniram Judson does not wear the title of "first U.S. missionary."

FIRST-PERSON: Throwing our hats over the wall

When asked why Southwestern Seminary would go around the world to take the Gospel to a hard-to-reach people in Madagascar, columnist Jason Duesing responds with two answers, each revolving around Romans 15 and Coca-Cola.