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The Story of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1950-2010 (Essay Version)

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This week, I’ve been posting a multi-part series titled “The Story of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1950-2010.” The occasion for this blog series is the seminary’s 60th anniversary. You can read each of those posts by clicking the links below: The Story of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1950-2010 (Part One) … Read More »

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The Story of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1950-2010 (Part Four)

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Author’s note: This year marks the sixtieth anniversary of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. This is the final of four posts commemorating that history. Every Classroom a Great Commission Classroom, 2004-Present In January 2004, Daniel L. Akin was elected the sixth president of Southeastern Seminary. Akin, a professor of both theology … Read More »

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The Story of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1950-2010 (Part Three)

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Author’s note: This year marks the sixtieth anniversary of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. This is the third of four posts commemorating that history. The Fastest-Growing Seminary in America, 1992-2003 Under Patterson’s leadership, the faculty completed its transition from theologically moderate to conservative. In addition to the Abstract of Principles, Patterson … Read More »

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The Story of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1950-2010 (Part Two)

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Author’s note: This year marks the sixtieth anniversary of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. This is the second of four posts commemorating that history. Seasons of Controversy and Change, 1974-1992 Upon President Binkley’s retirement in 1974, trustees elected Randall Lolley, then pastor of First Baptist Church of Winston-Salem, as the seminary’s … Read More »

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The Story of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1950-2010 (Part One)

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Author’s note: This year marks the sixtieth anniversary of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. This is the first of four posts commemorating that history. A Seminary in the Southeast, 1950-1974 The year 2010 marks the sixtieth anniversary of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. During the mid-1940s, Southern Baptists operated three seminaries in … Read More »

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