Southern Seminary receives technology grant from Keesee Educational Fund

Paul Baity and Andrew J.W. Smith — June 1, 2015

The Charles B. Keesee Educational Fund awarded a grant of $198,000 to The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary for upgrading the technology and furnishings of 10 classrooms, as well as two classrooms in the James P. Boyce Centennial Library, Crismon Hall, and the Mullins Room. “We are very thankful for the…

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Doxology, Boyce Vocal Band release new albums

Mackenzie Miller — June 1, 2015

Two biblical worship groups at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary recently released albums to minister to a wider audience than the seminary community. The vocal ensemble Doxology released its second album, O Great Redeemer, in April. The album contains six a cappella pieces, including the modern “Sing, Sing, Sing” and…

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Race issues fundamental to Christian witness, says Southern Seminary professor in televised program

Andrew J.W. Smith — May 27, 2015

The biblical story can speak to racial tensions in the modern world because such issues are critical to the gospel, said Jarvis J. Williams, associate professor of New Testament interpretation at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, on the regionally televised “Connections” program hosted by Renee Shaw on Kentucky Educational Television….

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Vogel retires after 12 years of faithful service to Southern Seminary

Mackenzie Miller and Annie Corser — May 27, 2015

Veteran preaching professor Robert Vogel enters retirement after 12 years of faithful service to The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and 37 years of teaching in the classroom. Faculty and administrators gathered to celebrate Vogel’s retirement from Southern Seminary on May 12. Attendees included Southern Seminary President R. Albert Mohler Jr.,…

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Southern Seminary student leads relief work in native Nepal

Andrew J.W. Smith — May 21, 2015

When N.D. Lama first heard about the earthquake that struck his home country of Nepal in April, he immediately started thinking of ways he could help. Lama, an M.A. student at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and pastor of Asha Church in Louisville, teamed up with some of his friends…

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Mohler receives Meese religious liberty award

James A. Smith Sr. — May 18, 2015

For his “significant efforts in publicly promoting and defending religious liberty,” R. Albert Mohler Jr., president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, received the 2015 Edwin Meese III Originalism and Religious Liberty Award from the Alliance Defending Freedom, May 15. “This award is presented to those who clearly demonstrate through…

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Ministers called to serve ‘children of light,’ Mohler says at Southern Seminary commencement

S. Craig Sanders — May 14, 2015

God calls ministers of the gospel to affirm the church and serve its members faithfully, said President R. Albert Mohler Jr. in his May 14 commencement address to 2015 graduates of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. During commencement exercises on the seminary lawn, 297 master’s and doctorate students received their…

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Mohler’s son among 107 Boyce College graduates

S. Craig Sanders — May 12, 2015

For the first time in the 156-year history of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, a child of a seminary president graduated from the school during the May 8 commencement for Boyce College. Christopher Mohler, the son of Southern Seminary President R. Albert Mohler Jr., was one of 90 Boyce College…

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Tripp encourages parents to disciple children at Counsel the Word

Andrew J.W. Smith — May 11, 2015

Biblical parenting is driven by submission to the grace of God in children’s lives, said noted author and speaker Tedd Tripp at the Counsel the Word Conference on “Confident Parenting” at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, May 2. Tripp, pastor emeritus of Grace Fellowship Church in Hazleton, Pennsylvania, and author…

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Boyce College student Josh Lewis released from hospital

S. Craig Sanders — May 7, 2015

A Boyce College student who was stabbed and carjacked outside of an emergency room while making a pizza delivery was released from the hospital Thursday, after being held for observation one additional night. Josh Lewis, 19, has been employed at Spinelli’s Pizzeria since last August and is a sophomore at…

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