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Latest edition of SWJT explores ‘Christian Higher Education in the Baptist Tradition’
September 30, 2020
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Latest edition of SWJT explores ‘Christian Higher Education in the Baptist Tradition’

The latest issue of the Southwestern Journal of Theology, the first to be overseen by newly appointed editor David S. Dockery, is now available. The…
Evangelism remains ‘everyday’ effort for Southwestern students, faculty despite COVID limitations
September 29, 2020
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Evangelism remains ‘everyday’ effort for Southwestern students, faculty despite COVID limitations

Historically, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary has had a formal door-to-door evangelism program titled “Everyday Evangelism” wherein professors and students venture daily into the neighborhoods around…
Virtual preaching conference advocates sermon-based small groups for church revitalization
August 28, 2020
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Virtual preaching conference advocates sermon-based small groups for church revitalization

A virtual preaching conference hosted by Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s Center for Church Revitalization, Aug. 20, advocated and explained the use of sermon-based small groups…
Southwestern Seminary mourns the death of Tony Maalouf
August 27, 2020
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Southwestern Seminary mourns the death of Tony Maalouf

Tony Maalouf, senior professor of world Christianity and Middle Eastern studies in the Roy J. Fish School of Evangelism and Missions at Southwestern Baptist Theological…
Faculty-edited text tackles tough issues facing missionaries
October 24, 2018
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Faculty-edited text tackles tough issues facing missionaries

Keith Eitel and prominent missiologist David Hesselgrave met in the early 1980s when they worked together in the Evangelical Missiological Society. Both men were devoted to the organization, which…
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