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.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (BP) – For the first time since October 2019, President Jason Allen and members of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s administration hosted the institution’s trustees April 12. The meeting provided a context for key seminary updates and essential institutional business.
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP) – God is doing “a fresh and marvelous work” on Seminary Hill, President Adam W. Greenway told Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s board of trustees during their spring meeting, April 12-13.
SBC DIGEST: Article examines racial attitudes of Truett, Criswell; Allen releases ‘Succeeding at Seminary’ book
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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.
SBTS establishes transfer credit agreement with Union University Business School; IMB video collection highlights global missions stats.
SEBTS offers Master of Theology fully online; Florida DR director Delton Beall retires.
SBC DIGEST: Samford elects new president; MBTS launches Center for Biblical Counseling; SWBTS volume compiles Carroll sermons
MBTS launches Center for Biblical Counseling; New volume collects 40 sermons from SWBTS founding president B.H. Carroll; Beck A. Taylor elected 19th president of Samford University.
GuideStone's Spika discusses what may be ahead in 2021; NOBTS, Missouri Baptist University sign articulation agreement,