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At Southwestern Seminary, ministry begins now. The church needs leaders with deep theological knowledge and hands-on ministry experience. Here, you’ll get both. If you’re called to take the next step, there’s no better place to start.

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Serve in the local church, on the mission field, or anywhere else God calls you.

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Further your scholarship and your ministry with research and professional degrees.

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Certificate Opportunities

Find focused training opportunities for your area of ministry.

“The chief concern of the church and its ministry should be the salvation of men. This concern should not be localized nor nationalized. It should extend to all places and to all men. It should be as broad as the world and as wide as humanity.”

B.H. Carroll
Founder and First President of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

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Tom Nettles appointed visiting professor of historical theology

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Southwestern Seminary, Dallas Baptist University announce joint MDiv/MBA degree

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The M.A.W.L. is designed for worship leaders who seek to deepen their understanding of authentic expressions of faith and develop their leadership and creative abilities, and can be completed online or on campus.

Renowned Baptist historian and theologian Tom J. Nettles has been appointed a visiting professor of historical theology at #SWBTS. Nettles will be teaching a course that will examine the doctrine of the Bible, December 7-11 on the Fort Worth campus.

#MinistryNow is on now, with @blondeorthodoxy and @manorjuan:

"We are more like Daniel in Babylon than we are like Israel in the Promised Land. Part of our problem is we act more like Israel in the Promised Land than Daniel in exile."

@manorjuan on #MinistryNow, today at 10am CT:

Welcome home to the Dome, Meg! @SWBTSWomen

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