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  • Panel takes stock of Southern Baptists’ unity

    June 25 2018 by T. Patrick Hudson, MBTS | with 0 comments
    Panel takes stock of Southern Baptists’ unity

    Engaging the topic of unity within the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary President Jason Allen moderated a panel discussion during the fourth annual For the Church Regional Conference June 12. More than 1,000 people filled the room to hear a spirited discussion by J.D. Greear, Thom Rainer, Mark Dever, H.B. Charles Jr., …

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  • Discerning ministry call focus of new book

    September 30 2016 by T. Patrick Hudson, MBTS | with 0 comments
    Discerning ministry call focus of new book

    Jason Allen believes there are 10 questions that will help a Christ-follower decide whether or not they are being called by God into the ministry. “The impetus of this book stems back to memories of confusion and a lack of direction as I was sensing God’s calling in my own life,” Allen said of the book.

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  • ‘I was born this way’ countered by professor

    July 8 2016 by David Roach, Baptist Press | with 1 comments
    ‘I was born this way’ countered by professor

    Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary professor Alan Branch has a friend whose brother explained his decision to embrace a homosexual lifestyle by stating, “I have a male body but … a female brain. That’s why I’m attracted to men.” The argument has been articulated in settings as diverse as the lyrics of pop singers, casual conversations and academia.

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  • ‘The SBC & the 21st Century’ book released

    June 2 2016 by T. Patrick Hudson, MBTS | with 0 comments
    ‘The SBC & the 21st Century’ book released

    Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary has announced the release of a book featuring key Southern Baptist leaders addressing the Southern Baptist Convention, its heritage, identity and future. The 269-page work, “The SBC & the 21st Century,” was edited by Midwestern Seminary’s President Jason Allen.

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