IMB to host virtual Sending Celebration Feb. 3; Retired SWBTS professor Harry Hunt dies.
Georgia Baptist building placed for sale; MBTS Spring Convocation addresses faithful ministry, pressing onward in Christ; SWBTS announces spring 2021 chapel speakers.
GuideStone's Spika discusses election results, Tesla, Bitcoin; SWBTS to resume in-person chapel services.
NEW ORLEANS (BP) – Four events, a combined celebration of May and December graduates and a borrowed venue 45 miles away marked the Dec. 18-19 graduation ceremonies and the close of 2020 for New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and Leavell College.
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.
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP) – Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary announced an abrupt change at provost today (Dec. 17).
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (BP) – Cars in the parking lots on Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s campus were sparse this December, and fewer seats than usual were occupied in the Daniel Lee Chapel. Still, during four separate ceremonies spanning nine hours, the MBTS community recognized and celebrated the accomplishments of its graduating students, as the school held its 68th commencement exercises Dec. 11.
December update with GuideStone's David Spika; Longtime pastor, mentor Rod Masteller dies; First SWJT Book of the Year Awards announced.
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.
NOBTS, North Greenville University sign articulation agreement; MBTS Journal of Theology’s fall edition released.