Posts by Andrew J.W. Smith

Talk is cheap, so pursue gospel power, says Mohler at Southern Seminary fall convocation

In a world marked by mere talk, the community of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and Boyce College…

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Southern Seminary adds diverse group of new faculty members

Southern Seminary president R. Albert Mohler Jr. today announced “the most diverse group of faculty ever to come…

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For SBTS students at Crossover, evangelism is ‘sowing a seed’

Jim Hudson’s small group was trying to meet up with another team when he misread the directions on…

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Book edited by Ibrahim critiques ‘Insider Movements’ in Muslim missions

A new book edited by Islamic Studies professor Ayman S. Ibrahim explores the weaknesses of the popular “Insider…

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Southern Baptist Convention must grapple with its racist legacy, say SBTS leaders at SBC panel

DALLAS, Texas. (SBTS) — The Southern Baptist Convention must continue to acknowledge and repudiate its racist origins, said leaders…

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Mohler: Southern Baptists churches must be ‘first refuge’ for abuse victims

Southern Baptists should not “circle the wagons” amid recent controversies, but instead must become “the first refuge for…

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Mohler names pastor Juan R. Sanchez as Southern Seminary Alumnus of the Year, receives resolution of appreciation from SBC Executive Committee

Reid Karr announced as Missionary Alumnus of the Year DALLAS, Texas. (SBTS) — The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary President…

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Mohler at SBC annual meeting: Southern Seminary committed to ‘gold standard’ of theological education

During his report on behalf of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, President R. Albert Mohler Jr. surveyed the…

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New book from Mary Mohler calls for a deeper understanding of gratitude

Gratitude is a deeply theological issue, argues Mary Mohler in her new book, Growing in Gratitude: Rediscovering the…

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Giving Days raises $300K for Southern Seminary

The second annual Giving Days initiative at Southern Seminary raised more than $300,000 to support the mission of…

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