Monthly Archives: April 2007

Letting a Gift Be a Gift: Seminarians and Pregnancy

This blog touches on a topic that is quite relevant to a seminary community stuffed full of young married couples possessing a robust theology of the family. It is important that we possess such theology, for we live in an … Continue reading

Posted in Seminary & Bible College | Comments Off

Baptism Forum Available Online

The Baptism Forum held this past week at here at Southern is now available to download. I shared my thoughts here and would be interested in discussing this. Said At Southern covered the event here. Be sure to check out … Continue reading

Posted in Russell Moore | Comments Off

How Old Are Most Southern Baptist Pastors?

Wow … Here is an interesting chart from LifeWay Research showing the average age of Southern Baptist Pastors. I was surprised to see that over half of all SBC senior pastors are 50+.It seems that the guys being trained now … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 14 Comments

Former SBTS Professor Expanding His Leadership

Joe Thorn is reporting that Ed Stetzer (a former SBTS professor) has been selelcted to head a new LifeWay, NAMB And IMB collaborative research effort. Marty Duren at SBC Outpost praises this as a sign that Rainer understands how SBC … Continue reading

Posted in Southern Baptist Theological Seminary - SBTS | 1 Comment

Top 10 Posts For The Weekend – plus 7 extra

What a week. I’m featuring 17 posts with the sincere promise that I will be more discerning next week. But as I reviewed my “Well Said . . .” file I realized this was a special week. The blogosphere exploded … Continue reading

Posted in Said At Southern Seminary | Comments Off

Quite the Contrary: SBTS and a God-centered Ministry

From The Towers: The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary has reached an all-time high in enrollment and is continuing to draw scores of ministers desiring to prepare for ministry in the local church, President R. Albert Mohler Jr. told trustees at … Continue reading

Posted in Dr. R. Albert Mohler Jr., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary - SBTS | Comments Off

Broadus on Jesus

John A. Broadus was one of the most eminent Southern Baptists of the nineteenth century. He was also the first professor of preaching here at Southern as one of the original four founders of this great institution. While doing a … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off