Mohler honors Greenway and Stinson, recently elected to Southwestern Seminary leadership, during SBTS chapel
Two graduates and longtime administrators at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary were recognized today during chapel for their recent elections to the leadership of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. R. Albert Mohler Jr., president of Southern Seminary, presented gifts and certificates of appreciation to his former colleagues Adam Greenway and Randy Stinson, who in March were announced as the next president and provost, respectively, of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Ft. Worth, Texas.
Greenway was previously dean of the Billy Graham School of Missions, Evangelism and Ministry at Southern Seminary, and Stinson was provost and senior vice president for academic administration. Mohler called their elections a “moment of pride” for Southern Seminary.
At spring board meeting, Mohler announces three new administrators, urges faithful teaching of the next generation; Board approves an increased budget
Albert Mohler Jr. announced three new appointments to the administration of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary during the plenary session of the spring meeting of the Board of Trustees Monday night. Matthew J. Hall is the new provost and senior vice president for academic administration, Paul Akin is the new dean of the Billy Graham School for Missions, Evangelism and Ministry, and Dustin Bruce is the new dean of Boyce College, the undergraduate school of Southern Seminary.
R. Albert Mohler Jr. named three young scholars to key academic leadership positions during his address in the plenary session of the spring meeting of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Board of Trustees, April 15. Mohler announced Matthew J. Hall as provost and senior vice president of academic administration, Paul Akin as dean of the Billy Graham School of Missions, Evangelism and Ministry, and Dustin Bruce as the dean of Boyce College.
Hall’s appointment is effective immediately. Akin and Bruce each begin June 1.
“This is a great and historic moment for Southern Seminary and Boyce College,” said Mohler, who is president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and Boyce College. “We have the great opportunity to celebrate a generational transition in the leadership of the seminary that points to the future. One of my determinations is to make certain that this institution has the very best leadership at every moment in order to assure faithfulness, excellence, and continuity in the great work that we have been assigned. I have tremendous confidence in this new team.”
Political engagement should start in the church, say Mohler and Leeman at Southern Seminary Late Night event during TGC
The local church should be the starting place for Christian engagement in political thinking and involvement, said Jonathan Leeman at Late Night event sponsored by The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary during The Gospel Coalition national conference, April 2. The event was a conversation with R. Albert Mohler Jr., president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, for a the first-ever recording of Thinking in Public, Mohler’s interview series with notable scholars and thinkers about their work.
Southern at TGC: Institutions are indispensable for the growth of the church, says Mohler during breakout session
The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary was well represented at the biennial national conference of The Gospel Coalition, April 1-3. The seminary sponsored two events during the week: a breakout session featuring R. Albert Mohler Jr. and a live recording of Mohler’s popular podcast Thinking in Public, both on Tuesday, April 2. In addition, Southern Seminary alumnus Jeff Robinson moderated a panel discussion featuring professor Juan R. Sanchez and trustee H.B. Charles.
The gospel needs to spread throughout the world through ordinary people, just like it did in the book of Acts, said J.D. Greear during chapel at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, March 26.
Greear, the president of the Southern Baptist Convention, used the example of Stephen in Acts 6-7 to bring this point home, arguing that the blueprint for the spread of Christianity was more like Stephen’s dramatic sermon before the Sanhedrin than the Sermon on the Mount.
Mohler releases new book on the Apostles’ Creed, asserts its critical place in Christian instruction
The book calls every generation to embrace the faith of the first Christians with the very words they used
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (SBTS) — Among all the statements and confessions in the history of the church, one stands above them all: the Apostles’ Creed. Recited at every commencement ceremony of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and in churches — of all traditions and varieties — across the world, the Apostles’ Creed has long been considered the basic teaching of Christianity.
But it is much more than a historical document, according to R. Albert Mohler Jr., president of Southern Seminary. It is a deeply compelling and transformative link between Christians old and new. In his new book, The Apostles’ Creed: Discovering Authentic Christianity in an Age of Counterfeits, Mohler seeks to rekindle a love for the creed nearly 2,000 years after its writing.
The book is out today from Nelson Books, and can be purchased at Amazon and major booksellers everywhere.
Timothy K. Beougher will serve as the acting dean of the Billy Graham School of Missions, Evangelism and Ministry at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, President R. Albert Mohler Jr. announced Thursday evening. Beougher, the Billy Graham Professor of Evangelism and the associate dean of the Billy Graham School, will begin serving as acting dean immediately.
The United States needs men and women of conviction who are willing to resist apathy and do uncomfortable things at critical moments, Kentucky governor Matt Bevin told a packed Heritage Hall at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary for the most recent Leadership Briefing, March 19.
A new Southern Seminary podcast hosted by professor Timothy Paul Jones will prepare pastors to minister more effectively in urban communities. The podcast is a resource of the Dehoney Center for Urban Ministry Training, which Jones serves as director, and its first episode released on February 25.
In addition to his responsibilities as the C. Edwin Gheens Professor of Christian Family Ministry and associate vice president for Global Campus, Jones was appointed director of the Dehoney Center in 2018. He is also an elder at Sojourn Church Midtown.