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SBTS experiences record enrollment and revenues in 2020-2021

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) -- The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary experienced a record year in both revenues and enrollment in 2020-2021, seminary officials reported to Southern’s Board of Trustees at its fall meeting.

FROM THE SEMINARIES: SBTS celebrates life of Gregory Brewton; Dustin Benge named SBTS VP of communications

SBTS celebrates life and ministry of beloved professor; Benge named SBTS VP of communications and associate professor.

SBTS mourns loss of beloved church music professor

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) – The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary community is mourning the loss of professor Gregory B. Brewton, who died early Monday morning (Sept. 27) after a sudden illness. He was 65.

SBC DIGEST: GuideStone Funds marks 20 years; SBTS celebrates bookstore, coffee shop opening

GuideStone celebrates 20th anniversary of GuideStone Funds; SBTS dedicates new bookstore and coffee shop.

FROM THE SEMINARIES: SBTS, SWBTS convocations focus on battle for truth

The battle of ideas is a war for our souls, Mohler says at convocation; ‘Truth fears no light,’ Greenway preaches during fall convocation sermon.

SBTS contrata a un nuevo director para el programa hispano en línea

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) - Roberto Carrera ha sido nombrado director del Programa Hispano en Línea (OHP) en Southern Seminary. Southern sirve a una red de iglesias cada vez más global y diversa, lo que convierte al OHP en una vía fundamental para brindar educación teológica a los líderes hispanos.

FROM THE SEMINARIES: New online program Hispanic director at SBTS; Daub promoted at SEBTS

Roberto Carrera named director for Online Hispanic Program at SBTS; Anna Daub Promoted to Director of Special Projects and Partnerships at SEBTS

Mohler: Religious liberty vital to Christianity

NASHVILLE (BP) – A theology of conversion, such as Christianity, necessitates religious liberty because regeneration of the heart cannot be achieved by coercion, Albert Mohler said Tuesday (June 15) during “Baptists Thinking Biblically: A Conversation on Religious Liberty.”

FROM THE SEMINARIES: Gateway, SBTS appoint new VPs; Fire damages housing at SBTS; 72-year-old doctoral grad at NOBTS

Gateway names Tong new VP of business services; Austin appointed SBTS senior VP for institutional administration; Fire damages student apartments at SBTS; Pastor’s wife earns D.Min. from NOBTS at age 72.

Mohler urges graduates to keep eternal perspective

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) – Though a time may come when they are tempted to wonder how much good they’re doing in Gospel ministry, everything faithful ministers do for Christ will impact both time and eternity, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary President Albert Mohler told graduates Friday afternoon (May 7) during the seminary’s spring commencement.