William J. Reynolds donates music library to Southwestern
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)--William J. Reynolds, distinguished professor emeritus of music at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, has donated his personal music library to the Bowld Music Library at the Fort Worth, Texas, campus.
Oxford prof defends authority of ‘most famous sermon of all time’
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)--Respected New Testament scholar David Wenham took aim at the liberal theology espoused by the California-based Jesus Seminar as he lectured at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Youth worship bands help church sharpen discipleship, outreach
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)--As recently as a generation ago, student participation in music ministry at most churches meant singing in the youth choir or playing in a bell choir. Especially gifted students might have had the rare opportunity to play piano or organ for the congregation.
Seminarians respond to call to take Gospel to Siberia
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)--More than 150 students, faculty and staff at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary responded to a call to take the Gospel to Siberia during a special chapel service Jan. 26.
Lessons for pastors drawn from Micaiah the prophet in 1 Kings
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)--Sometimes a preacher must stand firm even if the circumstances around him seem to suggest an opposite course of action, Mark Howell said in chapel at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Nov. 30.
SBCstudents.com offers array of free youth ministry resources
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)--Youth pastors who need help programming, scheduling and administering their youth ministries have a new online resource in www.SBCstudents.com.
McKissic: Homosexual rights not the same as civil rights
|Drawing the distinction |
In chapel at Southwestern Seminary, pastor Dwight McKissic decries comparisons between the civil rights movement and gay rights. Photo by Margie Dolch/SWBTS
McKissic is senior pastor of Cornerstone Baptist Church in Arlington, Texas, and founder of the “Not on My Watch” coalition.
“When homosexuals have spent over 200 years in slavery, when homosexuals have been legally defined as three-fifths human, when homosexuals have been denied the right to vote and own property because they are homosexuals, then we can begin a discussion of parallels [between the civil rights and gay rights movements],” McKissic said Oct. 13 at the Fort Worth, Texas, campus.
Knee deep in garbage, Akin had life-changing exchange with God
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)--He is now the president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. But nearly 20 years ago, Danny Akin found himself working in a trash dumpster -- literally.