"This Week on the Hill" is a weekly roundup of campus news, announcements, and events from Southwestern Seminary and Scarborough College.
They're a part of the church's past, and could be a part of your church's future. This week on #MinistryNow, we discussed the role of house churches during the COVID era with W. Madison Grace.
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Last week, Southwestern Seminary and Scarborough College president Adam W. Greenway held a live Q&A session to review our plans for reopening campus for Fall 2020.
Last week, the SWBTS COVID Task Force released an updated FAQ list for questions related to our ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic and our plans for resuming residential learning in the fall semester. Read the entire list, and email any questions you have to the Task Force at email@example.com.
veteran Christian philosopher, an experienced biblical counselor, and the newly named executive director of the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS) have been appointed to the faculty of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, President Adam W. Greenway announced today.
Ted J. Cabal, a two-time Southwestern Seminary graduate and former faculty member, will serve as professor of philosophy of religion in the School of Theology. Lilly H. Park, a biblical counselor with teaching and ministry experience in church, parachurch, and academic settings, has been appointed associate professor of biblical counseling in the Terry School of Educational Ministries. Kenneth T. Magnuson, elected in May as ETS executive director, has been appointed professor of Christian ethics in the School of Theology to teach part-time and supervise students in the Doctor of Philosophy program.
“It is another sign of God’s favor that these scholars are joining the faculty of Southwestern Seminary, filling key vacancies in core academic disciplines,” said Greenway. “Our students’ seminary experiences will be immeasurably enhanced by the contributions Drs. Cabal, Park, and Magnuson will make to our outstanding faculty.”
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Trustees of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary unanimously approved a “conservative” budget for the 2020-2021 academic year, while hearing about “encouraging signs” for student enrollment during a called meeting, July 14.
The meeting was conducted via video conference due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Trustees decided in their April meeting to have the special meeting in order to give the administration and trustees more time to evaluate the ramifications of the pandemic before adopting the annual budget. The meeting was held in executive session.
Trustees approved a $29.7 million budget, which is six percent lower than the prior year.
“This budget represents a conservative approach in projecting revenue, a commitment to holding the line on institutional expenses, but yet is bathed in prayerful optimism that the Lord will help us to overachieve and see positive results in stewardship of the institution and its resources,” said President Adam W. Greenway, reflecting on the trustee action.