Feb. 8 Towers: Haiti hits close to home

Communications Staff — February 11, 2010

The Feb. 8 edition of Towers focuses on how the Southern Seminary community is responding to the crisis in Haiti. Haiti-related stories include:

  • Haitian Boyce student praises God his family is safe, prays for the future of his country (page 3).
  • Former Southern Seminary students ministers amid “enormous suffering and confusion in Haiti” (page 3).
  • How do we answer the burning question: Where was/is God in the tragedy in Haiti? (page 4).
  • SBTS community works through local churches to help Haiti (page 7).

Other stories include:

  • “For Tebow, abortion is not political, but a matter of life and death,” an editorial by Jeff Robinson, director of news and information at Southern Seminary (page 5).
  • “Avoiding semester burnout before it begins,” an editorial by Eron Plevan, master of divinity student at Southern (page 5).
  • SBTS to host stem cell donor drive for professor Carl Stam (page 7)
    The stem cell drive is from 11 am.-3 p.m., Feb. 11, in the Honeycutt Campus Center lobby.
  • “Holy Subversion: Allegiance to Christ in an Age of Rivals:” A Q&A with recent SBTS graduate Trevin Wax on his book by that title (page 9).
  • 3 questions with Ray Van Neste, assistant professor of Christian studies and director of the R.C. Ryan Center for Biblical Studies at Union University in Jackson, Tenn. (page 16).

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