Beware of ‘postmodern spirituality’ warns Whitney
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP)–Being biblically grounded and church-centered is essential to true Christian spirituality in a postmodern culture, Donald Whitney told students Feb. 4 at the 2006 Collegiate Conference at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
‘Da Vinci Code’ panel explores Christian worldview at 20/20 Collegiate Conference
WAKE FOREST, N.C. (BP)—A roundtable discussion of The Da Vinci Code highlighted Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary’s second annual 20/20 Collegiate Conference, Feb. 3-4 in Wake Forest, N.C.
SEBTS’ Russ Bush to lead theology & culture center
WAKE FOREST, N.C. (BP)–Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary President Daniel L. Akin announced to the school’s faculty March 1 the creation of the L. Russ Bush Center for Theology and Culture.
‘Give Me An Answer’ draws 1,100 to SBTS annual collegiate conference
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP)–As an 18-year-old University of Tennessee-Martin freshman, Brent Moore came to the first “Give Me An Answer” collegiate conference at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2001 hoping to be equipped to better proclaim the Gospel to a culture that is hostile to biblical truth.
Student Discipleship Institute to feature popular apologist
LEESBURG (FBW)–The third annual Student Discipleship Institute is scheduled for July 10-15 at Lake Yale Baptist Conference Center in Leesburg and will feature Josh Hornbaker, a specialist in apologetics from Louisville, Ky.
‘Emerging church’ movement mixes constructive criticism with errors, SBTS professor tells collegians
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP)–The emerging church movement has started a helpful conversation about the need for churches to be relevant to postmodern culture but commits fatal errors in the areas of evangelism and the authority of Scripture, says Chuck Lawless, dean of the Billy Graham School of Missions, Evangelism and Church Growth at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.