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Archives and Special Collections in the Library at Southeastern exists to procure, preserve, and promote access to rare books, personal papers, institutional records, Baptist materials and church records, and other unique sources of enduring historical value that can be used to better equip Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary students, faculty, and the broader research community to serve the Church and fulfill the Great Commission.

Francis A. Schaeffer Collection

Francis A. Schaeffer impacted countless lives through his ministry and has had an enduring influence upon the way Christians think and live in the world today. There is still much to be learned from Schaeffer, and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) seeks to serve the Church by providing unsurpassed opportunities and resources to support the study his life, work, and ideas.

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We desire to publish high-quality material written not only by those living inside and outside of the United States, but also by those outside the Southern Baptist Convention. Our hope is to facilitate lively and informed conversations on a wide variety of topics of interest to Christians around the globe.

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