Posts by SBTS Communications

SBTS Press releases ‘Essential Reading on Leadership’

The secular world is preoccupied with leadership in the abstract, writes R. Albert Mohler Jr. in a new…

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Boyce College announces summer academy program

Often the first major decision teenagers face in their lives is where to attend college. A new summer…

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Dockery at Norton Lectures: Southern Baptists and evangelicals can learn from each other

Evangelicals and Southern Baptists are similar but distinct movements in conservative Christianity. Despite their differences, the two groups…

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Moore: Weakness and irrelevance could save your life

Russell Moore thinks loneliness can save your life. Weakness and irrelevance, too. He explained this to a filled…

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Akin in chapel: ‘Trust the Bible’

Christians should love the Word of God because it is what God uses to bring his people to…

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Gilbert encourages Christians to take their work seriously at Commonweal Project luncheon

Christians should take their work seriously as one of three God-given spheres of responsibility, said Greg Gilbert during…

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Protecting the vulnerable: MinistrySafe and SBTS discuss sexual abuse during Counsel the Word

Experts in abuse prevention address how churches can prepare and respond to situations in their congregations. Christ took…

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Thousands remember the life of Billy Graham at the evangelist’s funeral

Family and friends celebrated the life of Billy Graham in a memorial service on the campus of the…

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Mohler answers assorted questions on faith and reason at UCLA event

One student asked about the Christian understanding of gender and transgenderism. Another asked why God allows “80 percent”…

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Scholarly ‘populism’ provides a way forward in New Testament theology, says Yarbrough at SBTS Gheens Lectures

A confessional interpretation of the Bible can flourish in the 21st century church, said New Testament scholar Robert…

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