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April 1, 2015
Southwestern receives rare Inquisition-era Torah scroll
By Alex Sibley

On Aug. 2, 1492, nearly 200,000 Jews were exiled from Spain in the midst of the Spanish Inquisition. This was just one day before Christopher Columbus departed on his famed voyage of discovery. In fact, Columbus’ diary begins, “In the same month in which their Majesties issued the edit that all Jews should be driven out of the kingdom and its territories, in the same month they gave me the order to undertake with sufficient men my expedition of discovery of the Indies.”

Southwestern receives rare Inquisition-era Torah scroll
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April 1, 2015
Metochai banquet focuses on selflessness in home and ministry
By Katie Coleman

The Metochai Spring Banquet, March 23, afforded student couples the opportunity to glean wisdom from Assistant Professor of Ethics Evan Lenow and his wife, Melanie. The Lenows discussed their early years of marriage in which Evan was a student at Southeastern Seminary, and they emphasized the importance using that time to build a foundation for their future ministry. 

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March 31, 2015
Metochai’s history traced back to one woman’s ‘catalytic efforts’
By Alex Sibley

Susie Hawkins, wife of President of GuideStone Ministries O.S. Hawkins, wrote an article, March 27, for the blog “Flourish” that examines the history and significance of Metochai, Southwestern Seminary’s organization for student wives. The article, titled “When a woman is a catalytic leader,” specifically explores the contributions of the organization’s first champion, Neppie Scarborough. 

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