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Dr. David Platt’s Great Commission Lectures

There was certainly a buzz this week with the first ever Great Commission Lecture Series here at SBTS.  Dr. David Platt delivered perhaps the greatest three-day lecture series ever.  The build-up began on Tuesday and continued until Thursday.  Something tells … Continue reading

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Back To School – Fall 2008

The new semester of Seminary is about to begin. If you’re a student, leave a comment to share your class schedule.

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Fall 2008 Southern Seminary Chapel Schedule

The new chapel schedule is live on the SBTS website. Terry Delaney will be chapel blogging again for us this year, plus he’s found a place to type during the sermons. So, they should be posted before noon rather than … Continue reading

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Covenant to Pray for a Professor

First of all, then, I urge that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings be made for all people, for kings and all who are in high positions –1 Timothy 2:1-2a It is my humble opinion that seminary professors would qualify as … Continue reading

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SBTS Alumni Blogger To Head Boyce College

The seminary just sent out news that Denny Burk will be the new Dean of Boyce College. Speaking as a Boyce alumnus, I think it’s a good fit. Dr. Mohler said, “Denny Burk is one of our own, and he … Continue reading

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Will The Real SBTS Insider Please Stand Up?

It should come as no surprise, that I’m not a Southern Seminary insider. In fact, I probably spend more time deleting seminary bulk emails than I spend on campus. The only perk I get from owning Said at Southern is … Continue reading

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Southern Seminary Contributors To The ESV Study Bible

The new ESV Study Bible (coming October 2008) has several contributions from Southern Seminary faculty and alumni. Here is the list: Contributors New Testament Editor Luke, Romans, 1 and 2 Peter, Jude Study Notes Article: The Theology of the New … Continue reading

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