Archives for category: For the Record (SEBTS faculty)

For the Record (Chip McDaniel): Why the Old Testament is Important for the Great Commission Task: Some Thoughts from the Mission Field

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[Editor's Note: This post by Dr. Chip McDaniel, Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew at Southeastern, continues our "For the Record" series by Southeastern faculty. In this post Dr. McDaniel addresses the relevance of the Old Testament for cross-cultural Christian mission. He surveyed several current and former missionaries to get ... Read More »

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For the Record (Greg Welty): What is a “Christian Worldview”?

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[Editor's Note: Greg Welty is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Southeastern and holds the D.Phil. from the University of Oxford. As one well qualified to think, talk, and write about the intersection of Christian theology and philosophy, we asked Dr. Welty to explain a "Christian worldview." What do you think?] … Read More »

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For the Record (L. Scott Kellum): What is the New Testament Canon (Part 4)?

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[Editor's Note: This is the final post in a four-part series this week by L. Scott Kellum, Associate Professor of New Testament & Greek at Southeastern, on the New Testament canon. In this post he writes on the collection of Acts and the General Epistles and addresses some lingering questions: who "chose" ... Read More »

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For the Record (L. Scott Kellum): What is the New Testament Canon (Part 3)?

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[Editor's Note: This post is part three of four this week by L. Scott Kellum, Associate Professor of New Testament & Greek at Southeastern, on the New Testament canon. In this post he writes on the collection of the Four Gospels and their superiority to other "gospels." He also includes some helpful ... Read More »

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For the Record (L. Scott Kellum): What is the New Testament Canon (Part 2)?

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[Editor's Note: This post is the second of four this week by L. Scott Kellum, Associate Professor of New Testament & Greek at Southeastern, on the New Testament canon. In this post he writes on the collections of New Testament books and their apostolic origins. Check in tomorrow for part 3.] Yesterday, I wrote about … Read More »

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For the Record (L. Scott Kellum): What is the New Testament Canon (Part 1)?

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[Editor's Note: This post is the first of four we will run each day this week and continues our "For the Record" series by Southeastern faculty. In this four-part series, L. Scott Kellum, Associate Professor of New Testament & Greek at Southeastern, addresses the complex but very important question of ... Read More »

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For the Record (Michael Travers): Why Should Christians Read Literature?

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[Editor's Note: Michael Travers is Professor of English and Associate Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness at Southeastern. He is author of Encountering God in the Psalms (Kregel, 2003) and co-author (with Richard D. Patterson) of Face to Face With God: Human Images of God in the Bible (Biblical Studies Press, ... Read More »

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For the Record (David Alan Black): How Can I Keep Up with My Greek?

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[Editor's Note: David Alan Black is Professor of New Testament and Greek at Southeastern. He has published numerous books on New Testament Greek, including Learn to Read New Testament Greek and Using New Testament Greek in Ministry. He is regarded as an excellent teacher of the New Testament and Greek ... Read More »

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For the Record (Benjamin L. Merkle): Why Elders? A Biblical and Practical Guide for Church Members

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[Editor's Note: Ben Merkle is Associate Professor of New Testament and Greek at Southeastern. He is the editor of the 40 Questions (Kregel) series and the author of The Elder and Overseer: One Office in the Early Church (Peter Lang, 2003) and 40 Questions about Elders and Deacons (Kregel, 2008). ... Read More »

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For the Record (Daniel Heimbach): Why I am Not a Pacifist

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[Editor's Note: Daniel Heimbach is Senior Professor of Christian Ethics at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He has authored or contributed to fourteen books and published numerous articles and essays. Dr. Heimbach served in the Navy and also served as an adviser to President George H. W. Bush during the first ... Read More »

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