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.
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.
FROM THE SEMINARIES: MBTS announces faculty additions; SBTS offers new online degrees; SEBTS adds 5-year MA plan
MBTS appoints Joe M. Allen, others to faculty; Graham school offers online MDiv degrees; SEBTS introduces 5-year plan to master’s in counseling
Roger Alford named editor of The Christian Index; Noted preaching scholar Abraham Kuruvilla joining SBTS faculty.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) – In their spring meeting Monday afternoon (April 19), trustees of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary unanimously approved a $48.1 million operating budget for 2021-2022 and celebrated God’s mercy in enabling the school to flourish despite the challenges of the past year.
SBTS establishes transfer credit agreement with Union University Business School; IMB video collection highlights global missions stats.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) – The new graduates of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary have the same task as that of the shepherds who appear in the story of Jesus’ birth: to proclaim that the Savior of the world has come, seminary president R. Albert Mohler Jr. told fall 2020 graduates in a video message. Due to pandemic-related restrictions, there was no in-person commencement ceremony.
TRUSTEES: NOBTS approves new VP, student center renovation; SBTS adds three to faculty.
Biblical Recorder to become monthly magazine; Baptist Message changes 2021 print schedule to offset costs; Mohler elected ETS president.