WAKE FOREST, N.C. (BP) – Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) celebrated 376 graduates this spring at three in-person graduation ceremonies. The students graduating this semester make up 44 advanced degree students, 267 master’s students, and 65 undergraduate students.
FROM THE SEMINARIES: Akin addresses Critical Race Theory; SEBTS introduces teacher licensure track; Spurgeon College, NAMB announce urban missions experience
Danny Akin addresses Critical Race Theory at SEBTS Q&A; SEBTS introduces teacher licensure track; Spurgeon College, NAMB announce urban missions experience
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
WAKE FOREST, N.C. (BP) – Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) trustees approved the 2021-2022 budget to include a 2.36 percent increase from the previous year, approved faculty elections and promotions as well as several new curriculum additions and took other important measures at their April 12-13 meeting.
SBC DIGEST: NOBTS hears from Chitwood, receives Judson Bible; SEBTS Professor Braswell releases book on engaging world religions
NOBTS hears from Chitwood, receives Judson Bible; SEBTS Professor Braswell releases book on engaging world religions
SBC DIGEST: Lifeway brings back in-person women’s events; Southeastern Symposium celebrates scholarship
2021 Lifeway Women Live events to be in person and virtual; Southeastern Symposium celebrates scholarship around the world.
SEBTS offers Master of Theology fully online; Florida DR director Delton Beall retires.
GuideStone plan adds flexibility for state convention-provided benefits; SEBTS' Adams lectures emphasize preaching with faith and hope in view.
IMB announces George Liele Scholarship; SEBTS partners with Missouri Baptist University.
WAKE FOREST, N.C. (BP) – The coronavirus pandemic has certainly made for one of the most challenging and unique years in Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) history. Despite being unable to meet in person for graduation ceremonies due to the pandemic, family and friends gathered virtually Friday (Dec. 11) to celebrate the school’s 274 fall graduates – 39 from the undergraduate level, 190 from the graduate level and 45 from the advanced level.