Twenty-five years ago, Albert Mohler became the ninth president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Since then, he has led the seminary through a theological crisis, the Internet boom, and perpetual cultural upheaval.
A quarter-century later, Southern Seminary is the largest ATS-accredited seminary in the world, with more than 5500 students enrolled and more than 11,000 graduates during the Mohler tenure.
Mohler speaking to the trustees the evening he received the nomination as president.
Rick White places the presidential medallion around Mohler’s neck during his installation.
Mohler and Mary Mohler with Billy Graham at the launch of the Billy Graham School, 1994.
Mohler teaching a class of the Mary Mohler-founded Seminary Wives Institute.
Mohler poses with Thomas R. Schreiner, James Buchanan Harrison Professor of New Testament.
Mohler records an episode of his national radio show, the Albert Mohler Program.
Russell Moore, then-dean of the School of Theology, signs the Abstract of Principles.
The groundbreaking ceremony for the Duke K. McCall Sesquicentennial Pavilion.
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