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Southern Seminary Announces New 84 Credit Hour M.Div. with Increased Specialization

The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary announced a significant update to its Master of Divinity Degree today, which is now available to current and prospective students.

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Dr. and Mrs. Mohler cutting ribbon for the newly renovated library

Southern Seminary Dedicates Newly Renovated Library

Southern Seminary celebrated the rededication of the Boyce Centennial Library during Heritage
Week on October 17, 2023.

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Michael Horton delivers Norton Lecture

Michael Horton Delivers Norton Lectures at Southern Seminary

The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary was excited to host distinguished theologian, author, and professor Michael Horton for the 2023 Norton Lecture series.

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Army chaplain preaching

From Seminary to Service: SBTS Adds Chaplaincy Course, Continues Legacy of Equipping Chaplains

In a world where compassion and guidance are needed more than ever, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary’s commitment to training Chaplains.

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Professors at speaking event

From Text, to Heart, to Pew: Southern Seminary Empowers Leaders to Retain and Apply Greek and Hebrew for Life

In this year’s SBTS Alumni & Friends Academy, Rob Plummer, Adam Howell, and several other professors offered guidance to over 200 ministry leaders trying to get back on track in their biblical language skills at the Greek & Hebrew for Life conference, July 28–29.

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The Gospel and the Natural Law

The natural law is an essential pillar in a Christian ethic that hopes to be faithful to the gospel in its public witness.

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Could Christ Have Sinned?

What made it impossible for him to sin was not his divine nature as an acting agent, but the fact that he is the Son, in relation to the Father and Spirit, and as the Son, he speaks, acts, and chooses, gladly and willingly, to obey his Father in all things.

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You’re a Pastor, Not a Therapist

A pastor's job is not to dismiss personal experience, but rather to help people see it differently - specifically, to see it according to who God is and the chief purpose of his design for human life.

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Do Inconsistencies in the Gospels Undermine Scripture’s Inerrancy?

If you’re a skeptical reader of Scripture, be honest about your questions. Pray about the concern, study the text carefully, and pose questions to a trusted source.

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Are you ready to become a pastor, counselor, or church leader who is Trusted for Truth?

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