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11/21/2014
Features
The meeting of the Southeastern Theological Fellowship was held at the 66th annual Evangelical Theological Society meeting in San Diego, California on the evening of Nov. 19. The purpose of the event was to recognize and encourage theological scholarship.    «view»

11/12/2014
Alumni
Former International Mission Board missionaries Sam and Rachel James were awarded the Southeastern Presidential Award in chapel.    «view»

11/12/2014
Chapel
Derek Hicks, assistant professor of religion and culture at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, was the 2014 Page Lecture guest speaker at Southeastern.    «view»

11/11/2014
Announcements
Beginning in January 2015, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) will launch the Raleigh Executive Training Institute (RETI) to make theological education more accessible to accomplished professionals and active retirees living in Raleigh and surrounding communities.    «view»

10/31/2014
Academics
Lizette Beard, project manager for LifeWay Research, shares about her experience at Southeastern, and how she is applying her pursuit of a Ph.D. to her work.    «view»

10/28/2014
Academics
John Hammett holds the John Leadley Dagg Chair of Systematic Theology and is a senior professor of systematic theology at Southeastern. He shares about his missionary background, current projects he is working on and how he equips students to live out the Great Commission.    «view»

10/27/2014
Academics
Ben Mandrell, a church planter with the North American Mission Board in Denver, Colorado, preached on biblical manhood in chapel at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary on Oct. 21.    «view»

10/20/2014
Chapel
Jeremy Freeman, senior pastor of First Baptist Church, Newcastle, Oklahoma, shared about the prevailing purpose of God in chapel at Southeastern.    «view»

10/20/2014
Academics
Students preparing for the pastorate at Southeastern now have the opportunity to earn a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Divinity in five years.    «view»

10/17/2014
Features
Southeastern held its semi-annual Board of Trustees and Southeastern Society meetings on October 12-14. Attendees were encouraged by reflecting on past successes and planning for the future.    «view»

10/17/2014
Faculty
Jim Shaddix holds the W. A. Criswell Chair of Expository Preaching at Southeastern. He shares a bit about his life, his ministry and how he pushes students to accomplish the Great Commission.    «view»

10/17/2014
Chapel
Daniel Akin, president of Southeastern, preached in chapel on a Great Commission Church.    «view»

10/08/2014
Alumni
Carlos Soca pastors in Clifton, New Jersey, where he was sent to plant a church by Open Door Church in Raleigh, North Carolina. He shares about his life, his ministry and how Southeastern equipped him to be a parent and a pastor.    «view»

10/08/2014
Chapel
Alistair Begg called students to be diligent in the study of the Bible in order to preach effectively.    «view»

10/02/2014
Conferences
Over 1000 pastors, students and church members gathered for the sixth annual 9Marks conference about the design for church membership on Sept. 26 and 27.    «view»

09/25/2014
Faculty
Ant Greenham is a professor of missions and Islamic studies at Southeastern, and he takes a moment to share about his life, his work and how he equips students to live on mission.    «view»

09/24/2014
Features
Fifty years after the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Southeastern hosted a two-day reflection on the struggle in America for social equality and the roles people of faith played in the Civil Rights Movement.    «view»

09/23/2014
Features
Ronnie Floyd, president of the Southern Baptist Convention, visited Southeastern to pray for the next great awakening in America and the world.    «view»

09/19/2014
Features
The eighth annual Southeastern Golf Classic was held at TPC Wakefield Plantation, in Raleigh, North Carolina. Tournament sponsors and individual golfers gave a combined total of more than $70,000 to support training students at Southeastern.    «view»

09/18/2014
Alumni
Matt Emerson earned both his M. Div. and his Ph.D. from Southeastern. Matt shares about his experiences at Southeastern and how he lives on mission in academia at California Baptist University.    «view»

09/17/2014
Features
Tommy Adams, a former professional basketball player, found strength and direction to unite his love of God and basketball through discipleship groups at Southeastern.    «view»

09/11/2014
Faculty
One of the many controversies of the world today is same-sex marriage. This issue strikes deeply and close to home. Daniel Heimbach in “Why Not Same-Sex Marriage: A Manual for Defending Marriage against Radical Deconstruction,” a book just released by Trusted Books, aims not only to clarify the stakes but to supply much needed help in addressing this issue.    «view»

09/11/2014
Conferences
Southeastern hosted a prophecy conference that explored views on eschatology.    «view»

09/08/2014
Faculty
David Jones serves in many roles at Southeastern including associate professor of Christian ethics and the associate dean for graduate program administration. In this interview, he shares about his work and how he helps equip Southeastern to live on mission.    «view»

09/02/2014
Chapel
Eric Hankins, pastor of First Baptist Church in Oxford, Mississippi, preached in chapel at Southeastern on August 28.    «view»

08/29/2014
Chapel
O.S. Hawkins, president and CEO of GuideStone Financial Resources of the Southern Baptist Convention, spoke in chapel at Southeastern on August 27.    «view»

08/27/2014
Chapel
Thomas White, president of Cedarville University, spoke in chapel at Southeastern on August 21.    «view»

08/26/2014
Academics
Southeastern is announcing the new Center for Spiritual Formation and Evangelical Spirituality directed by Nathan Finn.    «view»

08/25/2014
Faculty
Chip Hardy is new to the SEBTS family, and shares about his interest in the Old Testament, his love for the biblical languages and his passion for equipping students to accomplish the Great Commission.    «view»

08/22/2014
Chapel
Southeastern hosted the fall missions chapel including prayer, worship and teaching to encourage students to be on mission.    «view»

08/21/2014
Chapel
Students and faculty joined together at a crowded fall Convocation chapel service for a time of worship and to hear a message on Bertha Smith.    «view»

08/19/2014
Announcements
Local Southeastern supporters gave an initial gift of $100,000 to create an endowed Business and Cultural Engagement Scholarship for Southeastern students and another $5,000 to launch the scholarship awards this fall.    «view»

08/15/2014
Announcements
Southeastern is hosting “United in Prayer” with Ronnie Floyd on Sept. 18.    «view»

08/13/2014
Faculty
Adrianne Miles, who has been an adjunct professor as SEBTS since 2010, will begin teaching full-time this fall at Southeastern.    «view»

08/12/2014
Announcements
The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) of the Southern Baptist Convention named seven Southeastern faculty members and one student as fellows for the new Research Institute.    «view»

08/06/2014
Features
A team from Southeastern experienced a taste of missions in South Asia for two weeks in May.    «view»

07/31/2014
Features
George Robinson, associate professor of missions and evangelism, led a team of 15 students and spouses to South Asia in May.    «view»

07/23/2014
Academics
Southeastern is now offering a Master of Arts degree to prepare students for effective ministry to women.    «view»

07/16/2014
Features
Southeastern professors Walter Strickland and Benjamin Quinn led five Southeastern students on a weeklong mission trip to Taipei, Taiwan.    «view»

07/03/2014
Alumni
A SEBTS alumna participated in the 2+2 program at Southeastern in which she spent two years studying on campus and actually three years working as a missionary in the Middle East. She shared a bit about how Southeastern was instrumental in equipping her for Great Commission work on the mission field. (For security reasons, her name will not be mentioned.)    «view»

07/02/2014
Announcements
The new Kingdom Diversity scholarships at Southeastern have been awarded to 23 students. Gifts range from nine full-time, 13 part-time, and one 1000-dollar partial scholarship. Seven scholarships were awarded on the doctoral level, 10 on the master’s level and six on the collegiate level.    «view»

06/27/2014
Features
Hispanic leaders in the Southern Baptist Convention gathered for a breakfast hosted by Southeastern during the 2014 annual meeting in Baltimore, Maryland on June 11.    «view»

06/20/2014
Features
Approximately 130 students and four professors from Southeastern attended this year’s Crossover mission trip in Baltimore, the largest group from one seminary in the event’s 26-year history.    «view»

06/18/2014
Other
Nancy Nell Simpson Jacumin died unexpectedly on June 9 at the age of 78. The Jacumin-Simpson Missions Center building at Southeastern is named after her family.    «view»

06/18/2014
Features
Southeastern hosted a breakfast for the Spurgeon Center for Pastoral Leadership featuring guest speakers Ronnie Floyd and Chuck Lawless at the 2014 Southern Baptist Convention.    «view»

06/17/2014
Alumni
Southeastern hosted approximately 325 alumni and friends for a luncheon in Oriole Park at Camden Yards. The event was held during the 2014 Southern Baptist Convention in Baltimore, Maryland on June 11.    «view»

06/17/2014
Features
President Akin delivers the 2014 report from Southeastern at the annual SBC meeting in Baltimore, Maryland.    «view»

06/05/2014
Other
Stephen B. Eccher, assistant professor of church history and reformation studies at Southeastern, shares highlights from a weeklong Southeastern mission trip he led to Scotland this spring.    «view»

06/02/2014
Faculty
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary is pleased to announce that Maurice Robinson, senior professor of New Testament studies, has been named research professor of New Testament studies.    «view»

05/28/2014
Alumni
Joseph Stegall is lead pastor at Providence Baptist Fellowship in Nolensville, Tennessee, a suburb of Nashville. He took some time to share about his ministry, his family and how the Lord used his time at Southeastern to equip him for Great Commission ministry.    «view»

05/20/2014
Features
A total of 259 graduates were from 34 states and five countries were honored at Southeastern's graduation.    «view»

05/19/2014
Faculty
Walter Strickland is special advisor to the president for diversity and instructor of theology at Southeastern. He shared about his work and how he fulfills the Great Commission by celebrating the nations.    «view»

05/19/2014
Conferences
2014 marks the seventh consecutive year of the Family Life Conference at Southeastern. The conference continued to grow with approximately 115 attendees from the SEBTS family and beyond.    «view»

05/14/2014
Chapel
Daniel Akin, president of Southeastern, called students to complete their ministry and live with no regrets at the last chapel of the semester.    «view»

05/13/2014
Features
Over 130 students and four faculty members from Southeastern are preparing to go serve the city of Baltimore.    «view»

06/16/2014
Faculty
Jamie Dew, vice president for undergraduate studies and academic support as well as an associate professor of history of ideas and philosophy, shares about what it means for his work at Southeastern to be Great Commission work.    «view»

05/08/2014
Features
Amber Lehman, CEO of First Choice Pregnancy Solutions, came to Southeastern to share her journey From Pro-Life to Abolitionist.    «view»

05/06/2014
Announcements
During the spring 2014 Board of Trustees’ meeting, the trustees approved a reorganization plan, which includes changes to the faculty and degree opportunities at Southeastern.    «view»

05/05/2014
Announcements
John H. Ewart is the new director of the Spurgeon Center. Through the Center SEBTS offers assistance, resources and training to students, as well as to pastors and churches, to equip them to serve in the crucible of real life ministry.    «view»

05/01/2014
Alumni
Peter Rochelle, a SEBTS alumnus, shares about his ministry, his family and how the Lord used his time at Southeastern in his pursuit of the Great Commission.    «view»

04/29/2014
Chapel
A highlight of Global Missions Week at Southeastern was guest speaker, David Platt, senior pastor of The Church at Brook Hills in Birmingham, Ala.    «view»

04/22/2014
Features
Global Missions Week 2014 at Southeastern challenged students to follow Christ and go beyond their comfort zone to serve the church and fulfill the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20).    «view»

04/16/2014
Academics
Alvin Reid, professor of evangelism and student ministry at Southeastern, shares about his personal life and how his work at Southeastern equips students to fulfill the Great Commission.    «view»

04/11/2014
President Akin
Paige Patterson, the president of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and former president of Southeastern received the highest honor from Southeastern, the Presidential Award.    «view»

04/09/2014
Faculty
Chuck Lawless, vice-president of graduate studies and ministry centers at Southeastern, shares about his role models, what brought him to Southeastern and how he serves in accomplishing the Great Commission.    «view»

04/08/2014
Features
Southeastern celebrated 10 years of leadership from President Daniel Akin at the March 30th – April 1st Board of Trustees and Board of Visitors meeting.    «view»

04/08/2014
Features
The L. Russ Bush Center for Faith and Culture and the Acton Institute hosted events about business, vocation and the Great Commission at Southeastern.    «view»

04/07/2014
Faculty
A Passion for the Great Commission: Essays in Honor of Alvin L. Reid by Larry McDonald and Matt Queen highlights aspects of Reid’s work on leadership, history, vision and strategy.    «view»

03/26/2014
Faculty
Nathan Finn, professor of church history at Southeastern, took a few moments to share about his current work, his family and his insight on how his role at Southeastern is Great Commission work.    «view»

03/24/2014
Features
The L. Russ Bush Center for Faith and Culture hosted Barrett Duke and David Mills as guest lecturers on March 12 and 13 at Southeastern.    «view»

03/21/2014
Chapel
Curtis Cook has planted his heart and life in the Boston area as he fulfills the Great Commission. He has served as the pastor of Hope Fellowship Church in Cambridge, Mass., since it began in 2003.    «view»

03/18/2014
Faculty
Bruce Ashford, provost and dean of the faculty at Southeastern and an associate professor of theology and culture, shares about his family and work as well as how he ties in the Great Commission through teaching systematic theology.    «view»

03/17/2014
Chapel
Chapel at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) featured two speakers from LifeWay on March 11th and 13th. The LifeWay Pastoral Leadership Award was presented in chapel to Philibert Dixon Meyor    «view»

03/14/2014
Academics
Southeastern announces M.Div. available fully online from anywhere in the world.    «view»

03/11/2014
Faculty
Chuck Quarles lives out the Great Commission as a New Testament professor at Southeastern by serving the Kingdom of God in several capacities.    «view»

03/05/2014
Alumni
Paul Akin is the director of Mid-Term Mission at the Church at Brook Hills in Birmingham, Ala. He answered a few questions about his time as a student at Southeastern and the impact of the focus at Southeastern on mission and accomplishing the Great Commission.    «view»

03/05/2014
Announcements
Every gift to the Southeastern Fund will be matched dollar-for-dollar up to the first $50,000 raised from now through March 31. Southeastern is seeking strategic gifts to train men and women to serve the Church and fulfill the Great Commission.    «view»

03/03/2014
Features
The first African-American Read-In at Southeastern offered students, faculty and staff the opportunity to discover, read, hear and learn about African-American writers and artists.    «view»

02/25/2014
Faculty
Scott Kellum, a professor of New Testament and Greek at SEBTS, equips students through his experiences and expertise to fulfill the Great Commission.    «view»

02/24/2014
Features
Dr. Jack Collins lectured on Did Adam and Eve Really Exist, Who They Were and Why Should You Care through the Carver-Barnes Lectureship with the L. Russ Bush Center for Faith and Culture.    «view»

02/18/2014
Faculty
Tony Merida, associate professor of preaching at Southeastern and pastor of Imago Dei Church in Raleigh, N.C., opens up about publications he is working on and what brought him to Southeastern.    «view»

02/17/2014
Chapel
D.A. Carson lectured on the parables of Jesus at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary as a part of the Adams lecture series.    «view»

02/12/2014
Conferences
Ekklesia was the theme of the sixth annual collegiate conference at Southeastern that examined the nature and importance of the church.    «view»

02/10/2014
Faculty
Four of the New Testament professors at SEBTS answered an unexpected calling to teaching as a way to fulfill their role in the Great Commission.    «view»

02/10/2014
Chapel
Russell Moore taught on John 21 in chapel at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary calling students to follow Christ and accept the freedom from fear that God offers.    «view»

02/06/2014
Announcements
Daniel Akin, president of SEBTS, announced today that Southeastern Seminary exceeded her 50 million dollar comprehensive campaign goal with 50,221,165 dollars in gifts, faith commitments and planned gifts.    «view»

02/06/2014
Faculty
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary announces the hiring of four new faculty members to train and equip students to fulfill the Great Commission.    «view»

02/03/2014
Faculty
Dr. Heath Thomas shares what he is currently reading and writing, what he likes to do when he gets home from work, and his favorite parts about teaching at Southeastern. Dr. Thomas loves teaching his students about the Old Testament and how understanding the lordship of Christ ties into the Great Commission.    «view»

02/03/2014
Chapel
Southeastern hosted a casual conversation entitled The Truth in Black and White A discussion on race brought under the Lordship of Christ.    «view»

01/31/2014
Chapel
James Merritt, lead pastor of Cross Pointe Church in the greater Atlanta area, called Southeastern students to accept the forgiveness Jesus offers from John 8.    «view»

01/28/2014
Faculty
Brent Aucoin lectured on Racial Slavery in America After Emancipation in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Aucoin reflected upon the African-American experience in America after 1865 with the intention of creating a greater awareness of what injustices African-Americans endured after the Civil War.    «view»

01/28/2014
Faculty
The eight New Testament professors at SEBTS not only teach on the Kingdom of God but are also living testimonies to advancing that Kingdom through missions. The stories of three of the New Testament professors are featured below.    «view»

01/24/2014
Chapel
Seminary students engaged in a panel discussion with Kevin Ezell, president of the North American Mission Board, about the ambitious vision and mission of the organization.    «view»

01/22/2014
Chapel
The W.A. Criswell Chair of Expository Preaching was installed at spring convocation at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS). For the convocation address, the service featured a video recording of a sermon by Criswell Whether We Live or Die? Criswell delivered the message at the conference for pastors at the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) in Dallas, Texas on the evening of June 10, 1985.    «view»

01/21/2014
Student Life
New students, enrolled at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and the College at Southeastern for the Spring 2014 semester, were eager to become acquainted with their new place of study.    «view»

01/15/2014
Announcements
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary announced the new role of Sheldon Alexander as Alumni Communications Specialist. He will be joining Alumni Development after almost 25 years of service to Southeastern.    «view»

01/13/2014
Announcements
The Charles B. Keesee Educational Fund granted Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary $200,000 for technology upgrades. The renovations will begin in Spring 2014.    «view»

12/30/2013
Alumni
Chad Barefoot is currently serving his first term in the N.C. Senate as its youngest member. He represents Wake and Franklin counties in the 18th Senate District, including the neighborhood where his parents grew up.    «view»

12/19/2013
Academics
In the fall 2015, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary will begin six new areas of study in its Ph.D. program. The degree maintains the standard of highest academic rigor, with affordable tuition rates and flexible schedule options.    «view»

12/16/2013
Announcements
Over 150 students graduated from the College at Southeastern and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary on Dec. 13. One hundred and thirty students received a master or doctoral degree, and 25 students graduated with an associate or bachelor degree. The graduates are from 19 states across America and five international countries.    «view»

12/16/2013
Announcements
The Robert D. and Patricia E. Kern Family Foundation has awarded Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary a grant of over $200,000. The grant will fund initiatives concerning faith, work and economics in academic classes.    «view»

12/12/2013
Announcements
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) is eagerly anticipating hosting its first Hermeneutics course taught in Spanish. The class will be held on Jan. 6 – 10 on the SEBTS campus.    «view»

12/06/2013
Chapel
The last Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary chapel of the fall semester, held on Dec. 5 in Binkley Chapel, celebrated the installation of The John Leadley Dagg Chair of Systematic Theology. The chair, given by an anonymous donor, is in honor of Andy Davis, senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Durham, N.C.    «view»

12/05/2013
Features
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) hosted an evening of Casual Conversations with Daniel Akin, president of SEBTS, Andy Davis, senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Durham, N.C., J.D. Greear, lead pastor of The Summit Church in Raleigh-Durham, N.C. and Russell Moore, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC).    «view»

12/04/2013
Chapel
Russell Moore, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) spoke in chapel at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He preached on 2 Timothy 2:22-26.    «view»

12/03/2013
Announcements
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) is thrilled to announce its accreditation from the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA). SEBTS is the only Southern Baptist Convention seminary that has received ECFA accreditation.    «view»

11/26/2013
Announcements
The Jesse David Hendley Foundation announced a generous gift to Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary for an endowed Chair of Biblical Theology. The namesake of the chair is Doctor Jesse Hendley.    «view»

11/25/2013
Announcements
Thirteen representatives from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary presented their papers or participated in a panel discussion at the 65th Annual Evangelical Theological Society Meeting.    «view»

11/13/2013
Features
Saved while working in a bar, a Baptist pastor now serves as the leader of a thriving church network in Uganda. His education at Southeastern Baptist Seminary gave him the solid foundation to train others in his community to share the Gospel.    «view»

11/11/2013
Announcements
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary is thrilled to host The 2013 North Carolina Christian School Association All-State Music Clinic. The grand performance is on Saturday, Nov. 16 at 2:30 p.m. in Binkley Chapel on the SEBTS campus.    «view»

11/07/2013
Academics
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary is dedicated to its commitment to a biblically sound worship ministry.    «view»

11/05/2013
Other
It is with great sadness, yet at the same time great celebration, that we inform you of the passing away of Becky Black.    «view»

12/03/2013
Announcements
On Thursday, December 5th, at 7 p.m., Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) will continue its celebration of Christ’s worldwide Kingdom with A Kingdom Christmas at Southeastern.    «view»

10/31/2013
Academics
Local pastors gathered at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary on Oct. 29 for the first event hosted by the Charles H. Spurgeon Center for Pastoral Leadership and Preaching at Southeastern, which officially launched earlier this fall.    «view»

10/30/2013
Academics
Speaking from Romans 3:21-31, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary President Dr. Danny Akin presented the second half of his message on justification in chapel on Oct. 29.    «view»

10/30/2013
Academics
Over 200 Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminar students, faculty, and guests gathered at Wake Forest Baptist Church on Friday for the CFC Age of the Earth conference.    «view»

10/29/2013
Chapel
Timothy George, dean of Beeson Divinity School in Birmingham, Ala., spoke to Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary chapel attendees on Oct. 24 about the singular dedication of William Tyndale to translating the Bible into English.    «view»

10/24/2013
Chapel
Doug Carver, executive director of chaplain services for the North American Mission Board, spoke in chapel at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) on Oct. 22 to share his heart for prayer.    «view»

10/21/2013
Chapel
Bryan Loritts, lead pastor of Fellowship Memphis in Tenn., a multicultural church that ministers in an urban context, was a guest speaker at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.    «view»

10/21/2013
Announcements
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary enjoyed a morning of joyful celebration with the installation of the Dr. Ed Young Sr. Chair of Preaching.    «view»

10/17/2013
Features
In a series of meetings and events, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary hosted its Board of Visitors and the Board of Trustees for its fall 2013 bi-annual meeting.    «view»

10/15/2013
Faculty
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) is delighted to announce Art Rainer as the new vice president for Institutional Advancement at SEBTS. Before moving to Wake Forest, N.C., Rainer served as the administrative pastor of First Baptist Church of West Palm Beach, Fla.    «view»

10/08/2013
Chapel
Junior Hill, with Junior Hill Ministries, brought a genuine smile and warm heart to the last Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) chapel before fall break. He has preached almost 2000 revivals in his 46 years of full-time service to the Lord. Hill preached on the parable of the sower in Luke 8 and shared practical biblical wisdom from his many years in full-time ministry.    «view»

10/02/2013
Chapel
Leonce Crump, pastor of Renovation Church in Atlanta, Ga., challenged those in attendance at the Southeastern chapel service to have the same heart as God for lost sinners. Crump has served in ministry for the past 12 years.    «view»

10/02/2013
Conferences
In the spirit of innovation, serious commitment and a vision to serve the diverse kingdom of God, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary launched the first 9Marks at Southeastern in Spanish.    «view»

10/02/2013
Conferences
In the spirit of innovation, serious commitment and a vision to serve the diverse kingdom of God, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary launched the first 9Marks at Southeastern in Spanish.    «view»

10/01/2013
Chapel
Close to 1000 pastors, students and local church members gathered for the fifth annual 9Marks conference at SEBTS. The conference theme was evangelism and featured six speakers and panel discussions including Danny Akin, Thabiti Anyabwile, Mark Dever, John Folmar, J.D. Greear and Peter Williams.    «view»

09/30/2013
Chapel
The Lord’s servant, John Folmar, the senior pastor of United Christian Church of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, joined faculty, staff, students, perspective students and 9Marks en Español guests for chapel. Folmar highlighted three key elements of Paul’s ministry in Acts 14: preaching, pastoring and praying.    «view»

09/30/2013
Chapel
Dr. Peter Williams, the warden (CEO) of Tyndale House in Cambridge, U.K., disputed moral objections to the Old Testament in chapel.    «view»

09/26/2013
Features
The Seventh Annual Southeastern Classic Golf Tournament was held on Sept. 23 to celebrate the initiatives of SEBTS. The tournament was marked by a spirit of sweet fellowship among the 128 guests and pristine playing conditions at TPC Wakefield Plantation.    «view»

09/26/2013
Chapel
Dr. Daniel Akin, the president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS), preached in chapel on Sept. 19. He spoke from Romans 3:21-31 on the doctrine of justification, the first of a two part series.    «view»

09/16/2013
Chapel
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary welcomed Dr. R. Albert Mohler Jr. as the guest speaker at chapel and for the Drummond-Bush Lecture Series on Sept. 12. Mohler currently serves at the president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky.    «view»

09/12/2013
Academics
The Financial Development Office at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) hosted the Second Annual Timothy Society Banquet.    «view»

09/10/2013
Features
Dr. Rosaria Butterfield, author of “The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert: An English Professor’s Journey into Christian Faith,” lectured at Southeastern on Aug. 6. She converted to Christianity in 1999 while she was working at Syracuse University in the English Department and Women Studies Program.    «view»

08/30/2013
Academics
J.D. Greear, lead pastor of The Summit Church, in Raleigh-Durham, N.C., preached from 2 Kings 6:8-23 and focused on the need for spiritual sight and explained the blindness of the Christian believer and the non-Christian.    «view»

08/29/2013
Academics
David Platt, pastor of The Church at Brook Hills in Birmingham, Ala., spoke at chapel at Southeastern on Genesis 1 - 3. He challenged students to be faithful across our culture to the gospel.    «view»

08/23/2013
Chapel
Dr. Chuck Lawless, dean of graduate students at Southeastern, preached in chapel on Luke’s brief summary in Acts 1:4-11 on the time between the resurrection and ascension of Jesus with the theme of “Why Do You Stand Looking Into Heaven?”    «view»

08/23/2013
Chapel
Dr. Daniel Akin, president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, addressed a well-represented population of students, faulty and staff gathered for the third chapel of the fall semester at Southeastern.    «view»

08/22/2013
Announcements
A host of students, faculty, guests and friends of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary filled Binkley Chapel for Convocation and the first Kingdom Celebration on campus. The day launched a diversity initiative of Southeastern.    «view»

08/19/2013
Features
As new students arrived at Southeastern the campus became filled with a buzz of energy, laughter, and a fresh passion for Jesus.    «view»

07/02/2013
Academics
The Charles H. Spurgeon Center for Pastoral Leadership and Preaching, which is expected to launch this fall, will be a means by which Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary equips Great Commission-minded pastors to preach God’s Word and lead healthy churches.    «view»

06/19/2013
Announcements
Southeastern declares its identity as a Great Commission Seminary at the Southern Baptist Convention hosted in Houston, TX    «view»

05/21/2013
Chapel
Approximately 225 students graduated from the seminary and college at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary this past Friday, May 17, 2013.    «view»

05/13/2013
Announcements
The book collection of John Sailhamer has arrived at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. This book collection reflects a lifetime of travel and acquisition attributed to the former Southeastern Old Testament professor and scholar.    «view»

04/19/2013
Features
From Sunday evening to Tuesday afternoon, the Board of Visitors and Board of Trustees gathered at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary for their biannual meeting. During these three days, members from the Boards conversed with current students, prayed for the seminary and made important decisions that will shape the future of the school.    «view»

04/15/2013
Announcements
Southeastern Seminary Announces May 3rd Music Concert: Jubilate 2013    «view»

03/15/2013
Chapel
Stetzer is Visiting Professor of Research and Missiology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and Visiting Research Professor at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He also serves on the Church Services Team at the International Mission Board.    «view»

03/15/2013
Chapel
Thom Rainer, president and CEO of LifeWay Christian Resources, spoke at Binkley Chapel on Tuesday on fallen families as mighty ministries.    «view»

02/07/2013
Chapel
Preaching from Matthew 18:21-35, Hunt teaches about the struggle of congregations with unforgiveness and the gospel of forgiveness.    «view»

02/04/2013
Conferences
The Southeastern annual 20/20 Collegiate Conference featured speakers Daniel Akin, Bruce Ashford, C.J. Mahaney and Darrin Patrick. This theme this year was Gospel and Mission, which examined the centrality of the gospel in the mission of the Church to the broken world.    «view»

01/31/2013
Academics
On Tuesday, Dhati Lewis invited the chapel from Mark 6 to take up the burden of missional living so that the Gospel can transform communities and neighborhoods.    «view»

01/29/2013
Chapel
On Thursday, January 24, Matt Carter cautioned current and future pastors on the temptations of preaching with lofty speech, while instructing them to take up the power and wisdom of God’s Word.    «view»

01/29/2013
Features
Dr. Charles (Chuck) Lawless is the former dean of the Billy Graham School of Missions and Evangelism at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY. He currently serves as Vice-President with the International Mission Board as well as Professor of Evangelism and Missions, and Dean of the Graduate School at Southeastern Seminary.    «view»

01/23/2013
Chapel
The spring 2013 semester commenced at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. On Tuesday, students, faculty, staff and visitors gathered at Binkley Chapel to celebrate Christ, the Advocate for sinners and Atonement for sin.    «view»

12/18/2012
Alumni
Southeastern Alumni Director, Albie Brice, says goodbye after serving Alumni and Friends for five years.    «view»

12/18/2012
Academics
As Bonaventure said, “To know much and taste nothing–of what use is that?” It is not important that we merely read the Scriptures. Importance resides in the way we read Scripture.    «view»

12/18/2012
Announcements
We'd like to highlight three books from our professors that will equip you to better answer questions and understand issues you encounter in your ministry – issues such as Counseling, Marriage and Family life, as well as Creation Care are the topics of these "must reads."    «view»

12/05/2012
Academics
Christianity stands or falls on the person and work of Jesus Christ, began Dr. Daniel Akin, President of Southeastern. And contrary to some scholars in academia, the doctrine of the Incarnation is affirmed and taught in the Epistle of John.    «view»

11/28/2012
Announcements

11/12/2012
Chapel
On Tuesday and Wednesday at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Dr. Craig Bartholomew spoke at the annual Page Lectures on the topics of Desire and Violence.    «view»

11/08/2012
Announcements
On Friday night, November 30th, at 7:00 PM Southeastern will begin the Christmas season by presenting Glory to God: A Southeastern Christmas. Come join Dr. Akin and the Southeastern community as we hear the Biblical account of Christ’s birth read and join together in songs that give “glory to God.”    «view»

11/06/2012
Conferences
This partnership between Southeastern Seminary and Bayer CropScience becomes tangible by means of the GoGrow Conference. The conference hosts Bayer CropScience agricultural experts and instructors to train students in basic agricultural principles.    «view»

11/05/2012
Academics
Tony Merida, pastor for preaching and vision at Imago Dei Church and Associate Professor of Preaching at Southeastern, spoke in chapel Thursday on hospitality and the Kingdom of God.    «view»

11/02/2012
Announcements
Since his inauguration as president of Southeastern in 2004, Akin’s vision has been to wed the head, heart and hands of missional believers of the Gospel. These believers, whether they are pastors, lawyers, missionaries, educators, church, or church members, are prepared for a lifetime of faithful service to the Lord as they preach, teach, and lead in His Word.    «view»

10/30/2012
Announcements
The name George Leile is not well known and this is unfortunate. He is important for several reasons for missionary and Baptist life.    «view»

10/18/2012
Announcements
Twice a year from Sunday evening to Tuesday afternoon, the Southeastern Board of Visitors and Trustees meet to discuss important matters concerning the health and future of the College at Southeastern and Southeastern Seminary. This fall’s meeting, the Visitors and Trustees confirmed God’s faithfulness and benevolence towards the school.    «view»

10/01/2012
Conferences
Attendees from as far as Maine and Colorado gathered at Southeastern Seminary to hear the proficient speakers discuss the biblical doctrine of authentic conversion. Men and women attending the fourth year of 9Marks heard from Daniel Akin, Thabiti Anyabwile, Matt Chandler, Mark Dever, Tony Merida, and David Platt.    «view»

09/21/2012
Chapel
Al Jackson invited the chapel to take up call of Proverbs 5 for “Red-Hot Monogamy.”    «view»

09/17/2012
Chapel
Bruce Ashford, Associate Professor of Theology and Culture, Dean of the College at Southeastern, and Fellow for the Bush Center for Faith and Culture, spoke in Binkley chapel on the comprehensive nature of the Great Commission.    «view»

09/04/2012
Alumni
“In the Doctor of Education program, we are preparing students with skills to communicate the gospel and train others in a variety of settings and a variety of cultures to strengthen discipleship,” said Dr. Ken Coley, Director of Ed.D. Studies.    «view»

09/04/2012
Features
Fred Luter will have to get used to the title “President of the Southern Baptist Convention” for at least the next year, maybe two. Luter, who was one of five children, was raised in the Lower 9th Ward of New Orleans, Louisiana. He nearly died at the age of twenty-one when he had a severe motorcycle accident.    «view»

09/04/2012
Academics
Dr. Heath Thomas has assumed the position of Director of Ph.D. Studies, replacing Dr. Andreas Köstenberger. Since 2007, Thomas has been a very popular Old Testament and Hebrew professor at Southeastern.    «view»

05/24/2012
Chapel
Last Friday, two hundred students were awarded degrees as part of the spring 2012 graduation ceremonies May 18 at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.    «view»

05/24/2012
Announcements
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary recently announced that Dr. Andreas Kostenberger has accepted the position of the first Research Professor at Southeastern.    «view»

4/1/2012
Alumni
Francis Schaeffer was undoubtedly one of the most influential theologians of the 20th century. Through his theological wit and cultural engagement, Schaeffer was able to illustrate that if Christ is Lord, then he is the Lord over all of life, not just sections of it.    «view»

04/20/2012
Announcements
The twelfth annual musical presentation of Jubilate will take place in Binkley Chapel Tuesday night, May 8, at 7:30 PM. Music ensembles will be sharing music that proclaims the Good News of Christ.    «view»

03/26/2012
Announcements
The Southeastern Contemporary Music Ensembles, including the Chapel Choir and the Southeastern Orchestra, will host a free worship event for the public on April 12th at 8:00 PM.    «view»

03/21/2012
Chapel
During the Southeastern Spring Faculty Lecture, Dr. Mark Liederbach, Dean of Students and Associate Professor of Ethics, examined the question, 'What is sexy?' Considered a 'virtuous' theme and marketing tool in Western culture, Liederbach responds, 'What God finds sexy, we ought to also find sexy.'    «view»

03/21/2012
Academics
On Saturday, March 17, a current Southeastern Seminary student, William Watson Birch, was arrested for sexual assault charges against another student on the campus of Southeastern.    «view»

03/16/2012
Alumni
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary would like to invite you to an event with a decorated member of the US Army, Jeff Struecker, as our speaker for a Monday night banquet.    «view»

Announcements
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary will host the Marriage Amendment Forum on March 28, 2012, beginning at 10:00 AM, in Binkley Chapel.    «view»

02/22/2012
Chapel
Pinpointing present conditions in the church, Gray emphasizes that the gospel is redemption for all ethnicities.    «view»

02/21/2012
Chapel
Hawkins exposits a Pauline scriptural passage that summons culture to the power of redemption found in Christ.    «view»

02/13/2012
Announcements
The Raleigh-Durham Sacred Chorale has announced the presentation of concerts at Braggtown Baptist Church in Durham on February 21 and at Wake Forest Baptist Church on February 23.    «view»

02/08/2012
Conferences
The annual 20/20 Conference featured speakers Daniel Akin, D.A. Carson, Tony Merida, and Tullian Tchividjian. The theme, The Scriptures Come to Life, examined the power of the Scriptures as they speak to every dimension of society and culture, and across the fabric of human existence.    «view»

2/2/2012
Chapel
At the Spring Convocation, Dr. Johnny Hunt invites new and returning students to take to heart some challenging pastoral wisdom.    «view»

1/30/2012
Alumni
Serving as a pastor for roughly thirty years, K. Allan Blume, the newly appointed editor and president for Biblical Recorder gives an account of his passions, hopes, and struggles.    «view»

1/30/2012
Alumni
In a recent interview, Dr. Nathan Finn responded to a few questions about Southern Baptist identity and the future of Southern Baptists.    «view»

1/30/2012
Announcements
On March the 13th through the 15th of 2012, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary will be hosting a concurrent decennial reaffirmation visit from both The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and The Association of Theological Schools. As part of the reaffirmation process, Southeastern must request comment from the public and interested parties regarding the accreditation status of the institution.    «view»

12/20/2011
Alumni
In a recent interview, pastor and professor Tony Merida discussed the topics of church, family, adoption and teaching.    «view»

12/20/2011
Chapel
Daniel Akin invited the December 2011 Southeastern graduates to be thankful for the gift of Christ and to be a people always offering this gift to the world.    «view»

12/7/11
Alumni
Three Southeastern professors--Bruce Ashford, Jeremy Evans, and Daniel Heimbach--and a previous Southeastern Ph.D. graduate--J.D. Greear, have recently released new publications. If you have last minute Christmas gifts, consider purchasing any or all of these Southeastern-affiliated works.    «view»

12/1/2011
Chapel
Christopher Wright discusses the topic of the Bible and the Mission of God, illustrating that when one properly understands the Bible, he/she is reading of the redemptive mission of God.    «view»

11/29/2011
Announcements
The Christmas event at Bay Leaf Baptist will take place on December 3 at 7:00 pm, and Southeastern will also host their concert on December 8 at 7:00 pm.    «view»

11/4/11
Chapel
President of North American Mission Board, Kevin Ezell, invited students to balance the guarding of the heart and the loving of people, as leaders in the church.    «view»

10/31/2011
Announcements
New Director of the D.Min. program, Dr. Charles Harvey, provides valuable information for those seeking their Doctoral degree while remaining ministers in the Gospel.    «view»

10/20/2011
Chapel
In a humble spirit, Mason addressed the common realities of seminary and how ministry tends to intimidate new pastors and leaders    «view»

10/18/2011
Alumni
The Board of Visitors and Trustees arrived Sunday for a three-day event that involved serving, voting, and maintaining the present and future economy of Southeastern    «view»

10/13/2011
Chapel
On Tuesday, Akin preached to those in the pews at Binkley Chapel, and from the opening words of his message, the attendees quickly knew that it was going to be sharp for his hearers.    «view»

10/4/2011
Conferences
The Gospel was the theme of the 9Marks Conference this year. The conference speakers each addressed the multifaceted nature of the gospel. Throughout the six sessions over two days, the proficient speakers articulated the power and grandeur of the gospel, each drawing from a number of books, epistles, and psalms from the Bible.    «view»

9/30/2011
Alumni
The Southeastern Classic began on a humid, Monday morning. With approximately 130 participants at TPC at Wakefield, the day kicked off with a bucket of balls for an hour, then followed by a small teaching session presented by golf professional Wally Armstrong    «view»

9/23/2011
Chapel
Mark Liederbach expounded Galatians 5:1 and instructed the boundaries and freedoms of living the Christian life in light of the crucified and resurrected Messiah    «view»

9/20/2011
Chapel
King is the founder and president of Crossroads Worldwide and teaching pastor at NewSpring Church in Anderson, South Carolina. Preaching since the age of fourteen at prisons and churches, King spoke to the attendees of chapel on Thursday at Southeastern Seminary.    «view»

9/8/2011
Chapel
On Tuesday at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, David Platt addressed some of the temptations in leadership that pastors and churches must be willing to confront and fight as they proclaim the gospel.    «view»

9/2/2011
Chapel
Drawing from 1 Peter 1:13-2:3 for his message, Tony Merida addressed the need for pastors today to understand the holy God who is eternal and the holy life the pastor is called to live before God and his congregation.    «view»

8/29/2011
Chapel
Elliff opened up with the statistics that there exists 3,800 unreached people groups and three one-hundredths of one percent of Southern Baptists missionaries live amongst seven billion people overseas.    «view»

8/25/2011
Alumni
Commencing his discussion with a joke to hook the crowd, Dr. David Allen Black then transitioned to the question, "How we come alongside foreign churches to help them in furthering the ministry of Christ?"    «view»

8/25/2011
Chapel
On August 23, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary inaugurated its Convocation for the fall semester. Binkley Chapel nearly reached its full capacity as it hosted the largest student attendance at the seminary.    «view»

7/20/2011
Announcements
The Southeastern Fund is one of the five components of Southeastern's annual operating budget. The Fund itself is what allows friends of Southeastern to personally and intimately participate in the immediate needs of Great Commission    «view»

07/11/2011
Alumni
For more than two decades, Rick Butterworth - class of 1987 - received letters from Southeastern urging him to invest in the work of equipping the next generation of students for ministry.    «view»

06/21/2011
President Akin
The Southern Baptist Convention heard from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary president Daniel Akin about increased enrollment numbers, faithful faculty and intentional partnerships for theological education during the seminary's annual report at the 2011 meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention.    «view»

6/20/2011
Academics
During the annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention, alumni and friends of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary gathered to be encouraged by the work of the Lord through Southeastern alums.    «view»

05/20/2011
Academics
During two separate graduation ceremonies on May 20, 189 students were awarded with degrees from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and The College at Southeastern.    «view»

05/18/2011
Chapel
In the midst of a purposeless generation, Tony Evans said the people of God should be about fulfilling the purposes of God.    «view»

05/13/2011
President Akin
The gospel, the driving force behind Christian faith, should also be the driving force behind Christian churches and their ecclesiology.    «view»

04/14/2011
Conferences
Scripture teaches us to honor those who deserve honor, leading Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary to honor the institution's faculty during the spring meeting of the Board of Visitors.    «view»

04/13/2011
Announcements
During the bi-annual meeting of the Board of Trustees of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, held April 11-12, trustees promoted two professors and elected three professors, approved an updated campus master plan and approved changes to a degree program.    «view»

4/6/2011
Features
On April 10, 1961, Evelyn Carter began her employment at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary on a "trial basis." Half a century later, her trial period is over, and she is still faithfully serving.    «view»

04/04/2011
Chapel
Seminary students ought not wait to serve the Lord, but should use their spiritual gifts to serve him and edify the body of Christ.    «view»

03/31/2011
Chapel
Faithfulness in evangelism is contingent upon clearly understanding and presenting the problem of sin, Mark Dever said.    «view»

03/24/2011
Chapel
During LifeWay Week, two days of special chapel services, Southern Baptist denominational leaders exhorted Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary to remember the basics of the Christian faith.    «view»

03/21/2011
Chapel
The scene of the believers' "prayer meeting," as seen in Acts 4, is a good model for how Christians should approach God in prayer, Jeff Iorg said.    «view»

03/18/2011
Academics
Theological education should not be taking place only within the walls of a seminary, but within the body of local believers known as the church.    «view»

03/03/2011
Conferences
Preaching the gospel from Old Testament narrative is not a fruitless endeavor but an effort to faithful exposit the entire text of Scripture, said Ligon Duncan.    «view»

03/02/2011
Conferences
Learning to attractively share the gospel in a culture that does not understand is often largely a matter of getting out of your own way and allowing Scripture to speak, said Daniel Akin.    «view»

02/18/2011
Announcements
February 18, 2011 – Robert D. Crowley, a former chairman and member of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary’s Board of Trustees, died on February 14 after more than 44 years of faithful ministry service.    «view»

02/18/2011
Chapel
Daniel Akin said just as Jesus asked his disciples who people said he was, modern-day disciples must also know who God is, because it will determine how they live out their lives.    «view»

02/01/2011
Chapel
"Newness" was the theme of the day during Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary's Convocation service on January 25.    «view»

12/17/2010
Announcements
One hundred and fifty two students were awarded diplomas by Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and its undergraduate school, The College at Southeastern, during the fall commencement exercises on December 17 in Wake Forest, N.C.    «view»

12/02/2010
Features
For six weeks this semester, students at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary had the opportunity to add a class in agricultural principles for the developing world into the rotation of traditional Biblical theology and church history classes.    «view»

10/13/2010
Academics
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary had much to celebrate during their fall meetings of the Board of Trustees and the Board of Visitors.    «view»

09/14/2010
Announcements
WAKE FOREST, N.C. - Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary today announced the addition of a voluminous collection of papers and correspondence of the late apologist Francis A. Schaeffer to Southeastern's libary, thanks to the generosity of the Francis A. Schaeffer Foundation. The collection is given to the L. Russ Bush Center for Faith and Culture for Southeastern Seminary.    «view»

9/13/2010
Chapel
The story of Ruth is the story of all of us, said David Platt. The Biblical account of Ruth, who was widowed and destitute, is a story that all people can see themselves in, said Platt during a chapel sermon at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary on September 9.    «view»

08/26/2010
Chapel
The first Baptist missionary to a foreign land was not William Carey or Adoniram Judson, but a little-known former slave who took the gospel to Jamaica nearly a decade before Carey departed England for India.    «view»

07/16/2010
Announcements
What once provided a home for elderly single women will now help to provide financial assistance to students at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.    «view»

06/16/2010
Conferences
Alumni and friends of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary gathered together to honor the work of President Daniel Akin, as well as honor alumnus and outgoing president of the Southern Baptist Convention Johnny Hunt.    «view»

06/16/2010
Announcements
WAKE FOREST, N.C. - After contributions from sources across the nation, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary now has the full funding for the new Johnny Hunt Chair of Biblical Preaching.    «view»

06/15/2010
Announcements
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary seeks to be faithful to the mission of God - the Great Commission - even in the midst of criticism over affiliations with those who believe differently, said president Daniel Akin    «view»

06/14/2010
President Akin
When Southern Baptists chase hard after Jesus Daniel Akin said they will be able to faithfully run the race of faith, adding people of every tribe, tongue and nation to the great hall of faith.    «view»

05/28/2010
Academics
More than 200 graduates of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and The College at Southeastern walked across the stage in Binkley Chapel on May 28, receiving degrees in a variety of disciplines.    «view»

04/29/2010
Announcements
The question isn't whether or not a Great Commission Resurgence is happening. The question remains, though, whether the Southern Baptist Convention will be a part of it.    «view»

04/28/2010
Chapel
In his last sermon at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary as president of the International Mission Board, Jerry Rankin said the problem with fulfilling the Great Commission was the lack of motivation on the part of Jesus' followers.    «view»

4/21/2010
Chapel
David Platt said he is often asked the question, "What happens to the innocent man in Africa who has never heard the gospel?" The challenge, he said, is not to answer that question, but to alleviate the question altogether.    «view»

04/14/2010
Announcements
Trustees of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary elected four professors, added a degree program and approved a modest budget increase at their spring meeting April 12-13.    «view»

04/14/2010
Chapel
Looking for peace, meaning and purpose in any place but in the good news of Jesus Christ will lead all believers into idolatry and will lead pastors to preach moral messages that do nothing to spiritually transform people.    «view»

3/30/2010
Academics
In explaining what has become one of his personal catch-phrases, "Stay close and clean," Johnny Hunt, pastor of First Baptist Church of Woodstock, Ga., taught on the transition from hearing to receiving so that believers can be doing the word of God.    «view»

3/10/2010
Faculty
Since the Seminario Bautista Vida Nueva was started in August of 2008, the school has educated over 85 students under the teaching of various professors, including several Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary faculty members.    «view»

3/04/2010
Faculty
The debate among Christian theologians is sometimes expressed as a tension between God's total sovereignty over the world and man's free will to make his own choices, often using the labels "Calvinist" and "Arminian."    «view»

2/25/2010
Conferences
The future of expositional preaching depends not on perfect sermon preparation, but on the faithfulness of the saints to humble themselves before God in prayer, seeking to know him and correctly understand his word.    «view»

2/16/2010
Chapel
The grand narrative of God's redemption through Christ is the story of Scripture and must be the story of Bible-centered preaching, said Baptist theologian and academic leader Robert Sloan to students in Southeastern Seminary's chapel service February 11.    «view»

2/11/2010
Conferences
In sharing the good news of Jesus Christ with dying men, the problem is not only cultures that do not want to hear the gospel message, but Christians who do not understand the gospel, and thus don't preach it or live it out.    «view»

2/5/2010
Faculty
Andreas Köstenberger, a professor of New Testament and Biblical Theology at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, has written an important new book on the theology of John's New Testament writings.    «view»

2/2/2010
Chapel
During the opening chapel service of the spring semester, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary president Daniel Akin addressed the gathered student body about the marks of a healthy community of faith.    «view»

02/03/2010
Announcements
David Nelson, dean of the faculty at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, announced his resignation Feb. 3, citing health reasons as his primary concern.    «view»

12/22/2009
Academics
A biblical model of church governance is important for a church seeking to fulfill the Great Commission, a Southeastern professor argues in a new book on the importance of the New Testament office of elder.    «view»

12/18/2009
Academics
One hundred and sixteen students were awarded degrees as part of the fall 2009 graduation ceremonies December 18 at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and its undergraduate school, The College at Southeastern.    «view»

12/07/09
Chapel
Before God's people can focus on God's priorities, Daniel Akin said they must fall passionately in love with him.    «view»

11/03/2009
Academics
What is the role of believers in caring for creation? The connection between God's creation and God's image-bearers was the topic of a recent conference at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Creation Care: A Theology of Creation Stewardship explored the historical approaches by Christians to creation care, the current need for good stewardship and the various issues associated with creation care.    «view»

10/21/2009
Faculty
Two Southeastern New Testament professors, along with a colleague from a Baptist college, have written a book that aims to introduce pastors and students to the world of New Testament scholarship while also nurturing their faith.    «view»

10/14/2009
Academics
News of an increase in enrollment was reported to Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary's trustees during their fall meeting at the Wake Forest, N.C., campus.    «view»

10/02/09
Chapel
Taking his cues for ministry from Paul's first letter to Timothy, as well as from his grandfather's "Modesto Manifesto," Will Graham taught Southeastern students ways to safeguard their ministry for the glory of God.    «view»

10/01/09
Conferences
In a recent two-day conference event, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary partnered with 9Marks to host a conference for pastors, teaching them to faithfully exposit the word of God as they preach and teach.    «view»

9/23/2009
Academics
One of the biggest misconceptions about student ministry in 2009 is the idea that students are not hungry for deep theology, said Alvin Reid.    «view»

9/17/2009
Chapel
For an effective life and ministry for the Kingdom, Hayes Wicker advises total surrender – a yielding of the right of way – to God.    «view»

09/03/2009
Chapel
The importance of one degree of error is not only relevant for airplanes and golf ball trajectories, but it is vitally important to the life of a believer as well.    «view»

09/04/09
President Akin
Southeastern Seminary President Daniel Akin underwent successful surgery on his colon September 4 and is now resting.    «view»

09/04/09
Chapel
In his opening address of the semester, Southeastern President Daniel Akin taught on the vision of the exalted Lamb of God, seen in the book of Revelation and the life of Lisu missionary James Fraser.    «view»

8/28/2009
Announcements
Southeastern Seminary students, faculty and staff were blessed this week to be able to donate money and gifts in excess of $60,000 to support the International Mission Board in a time of economic hardship.    «view»

8/27/09
Chapel
David Nelson does not fear outsiders undermining the sacred writings of Scripture as much as he fears those who claim to believe the Bible preaching a false gospel from the pulpit.    «view»

08/24/2009
Announcements
As a professor, John Burkett does not share his students' obsession with better grades. He is, however, obsessed with students becoming better communicators and better writers.    «view»

7/14/2009
Faculty
Three Southeastern professors have contributed to a recent book examining the emerging/emergent church movement that is generating discussion throughout North American evangelicalism.    «view»

6/29/2009
President Akin
WAKE FOREST, N.C. - In the midst of tough economic times Southern Baptists are being challenged to dig deeply and financially support international missions by giving to a special Lottie Moon Christmas offering during August.    «view»

6/25/2009
Conferences
The gospel is relevant not only for those overseas who have not heard its message, but also for those unreached people groups within the United States who have not heard of salvation through faith in Christ.    «view»

06/24/2009
Alumni
The day after the Great Commission Resurgence Task Force motion passed at the Southern Baptist Convention, some of its biggest supporters came together to rejoice at the work of God in the 2009 Southern Baptist Convention.    «view»

6/23/2009
President Akin
Daniel Akin dreams of a mighty response of Southern Baptists at the Southern Baptist Convention in which God's people rally together for the advancement of the Great Commission.    «view»

6/23/2009
Conferences
According to Southern Baptist Convention President Johnny Hunt, a "perfect storm" is coming.    «view»

6/21/2009
Conferences
The Southern Baptist Convention is far too comfortable in a world racing toward hell, said Alvin Reid.    «view»

6/6/2009
Conferences
Consistent love for each other and a focus on Christ are among the marks of a health community of faith. Southeastern President Daniel Akin presented those marks, along with others found in Hebrews 13, on June 6 to the audience at Advance ’09, a conference held in Durham, N.C., on the importance of the local church.    «view»

6/5/2009
Conferences
The church is God's chosen tool to grow his kingdom in the present age, and while often not pretty the church still deserves her pastors' devotion, said Ed Stetzer.    «view»

6/4/2009
Conferences
What should the church be doing in the world? That was the question discussed by several panelists, including Southeastern President Daniel Akin, June 4 at a forum called "Church and Culture - Enemies or Allies?" sponsored by First Baptist Church of Durham, N.C., in conjunction with the Advance '09 conference being held at the nearby Durham Performing Arts Center.    «view»

05/22/2009
Announcements
In a Binkley Chapel ceremony Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and The College at Southeastern celebrated the commencement of the spring 2009 semester by conferring degrees on 210 graduates.    «view»

5/14/2009
Chapel
As men and women from Southeastern Seminary prepare to pour into ministries over the summer and for the rest of their lives, Daniel Akin urged them to beware of and avoid the snares that often plague ministers of the gospel.    «view»

4/29/2009
Conferences
There is a method to being an effective pastor, and it involves standing faithfully at the intersection of shepherding and good theology.    «view»

04/28/2009
Conferences
Should Christians be concerned with pollution in the world's atmosphere and oceans, extinction of thousands of species and the environmental toll of using fossil fuels?    «view»

4/22/2009
Chapel
Preaching on the "bad news of the gospel," Jerry Rankin, President of the International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, compelled believers to go to share the salvific message of Christ Jesus to those who have not heard it, lest the good news become bad news to those who die without hearing the gospel message.    «view»

4/12/2009
Other
Trustees of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary approved a budget for next year that will not raise tuition for students and will not call for any job eliminations on campus.    «view»

4/16/2009
President Akin
President Daniel Akin delivered to a crowded chapel what he termed the key axioms of a Great Commission Resurgence in the Southern Baptist Convention.    «view»

03/31/2009
Chapel
Just as the early church's hymns represented "Christological explosions of worship," so should modern worship include attention to appropriate theological teaching and singing.    «view»

3/25/2009
Chapel
In studying culture and its effects on believers and non-believers, Ken Myers said it is important to study why culture has formed the way it has and what implications this has on churches and ministers in forming disciples.    «view»

04/18/2009
Chapel
Unity in the body of Christ can be destroyed by pride, an unforgiving heart and unwillingness to join together for the sake of the gospel message, said speakers during Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary's LifeWay Conference Week.    «view»

2/25/2009
Faculty
Believers should not have to choose between traditional church practices and doctrines and new ideas that emerge to advance the Gospel.    «view»

12/5/2008
Chapel
Before David Nelson trusted God for his salvation, he said persecuting Christian evangelicals was a sport for him.    «view»

12/11/2008
Announcements
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary President Daniel Akin announced Dec. 12 that Bruce R. Ashford will be the new dean of The College at Southeastern, the school's undergraduate program.    «view»

12/12/2008
Academics
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and its undergraduate school, The College at Southeastern, held their graduation ceremonies on Friday, December 12 in Binkley Chapel on Southeastern's campus.    «view»

12/18/2008
Capital Campaign
With the help of a $126,500 grant from The Energy Foundation, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary is making strides toward becoming better stewards of God's creation.    «view»

01/27/2009
Chapel
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary's president, Daniel Akin, opened a new semester of chapel services with a challenge to students to pass on God's truth to the next generation.    «view»

2/10/2009
Conferences
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary's campus came to life over the weekend as 1,400 college students and young adults flooded the grounds to hear from well-known speakers about how to see the gospel come to life.    «view»

2/16/2009
Features
What makes your life compelling? That was the challenge posed by evangelism professor Alvin Reid to more than 1,000 high school students from across North Carolina and southern Virginia at the Reach Up Rally, held on February 15 at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Reach Up was sponsored by the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and hosted by The College at Southeastern, an undergraduate school of Southeastern Seminary. In addition to Reid the event featured popular rock band Rush of Fools.    «view»

02/17/2009
Chapel
In times of suffering, difficulties and struggles, David Platt said believers have the perfect chance to hear from God and see his greatness revealed.    «view»

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