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FROM THE SEMINARIES: Jan. 10 deadline set for NOBTS nominations; NOBTS chosen for 3,000 microfilms of ancient manuscripts; MBTS' Spurgeon College to offer communications degree
In today's From the Seminaries: A Jan. 10 deadline has been set for NOBTS presidential nominations; NOBTS chosen for 3,000 microfilms of ancient manuscripts; MBTS' Spurgeon College to offer communications degree. Read More
SBC DIGEST: NOBTS & Louisiana College aim for collaboration; former House staffer joins ERLC in D.C.New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and Louisiana College sign memorandum of understanding for seminary credit; former congressional staffer Chelsea Sobolik joins Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission's Washington office. Read More
NOBTS presidential search comm. meets, selects chairNEW ORLEANS -- New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary's 11-member presidential search committee held its first meeting Nov. 1. The group unanimously elected Frank Cox to chair the committee.
The committee spent the day on the NOBTS campus in focused prayer and began developing a profile of the type candidate they are seeking to lead the seminary.
The team met in a spirit of unity and prayer and excitement about the future of the seminary, Cox noted. The committee, he said, has established a process for Southern Baptists to ... Read More
Perkins: The Gospel leads to racial reconciliationNEW ORLEANS (BP) -- To achieve true racial reconciliation in the church, Gospel proclamation must remain the central theme, John M. Perkins said in a daylong visit to New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.
As Christians band together around the Gospel's reconciliation between God and man, Perkins said racial reconciliation should come naturally, and he is hopeful that the current generation will make great strides in bringing it about.
Perkins, a Christian minister and leader in the racial reconciliation movement among evangelicals, directs the John M. Perkins Foundation for Reconciliation and Development in Jackson, Miss. In 1976, Perkins authored "Let Justice Roll Down," a classic volume which charts his conversion to Christianity and how the power of the Gospel positions the church for racial reconciliation. Read More
NOBTS trustee chairman appoints search committeeNEW ORLEANS (BP) -- New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary trustee chairman Frank Cox announced the names for the 11-member presidential search committee today (Oct. 11) and called on Southern Baptists to pray through the search process.
"We ask that Southern Baptists pray for us as we seek God's man to lead New Orleans Seminary into the next century of ministry here in New Orleans and surrounding regions," Cox said.
The NOBTS bylaws call for the trustee chairman to appoint a committee with 11 voting ... Read More
David Platt: 'Church leaders, What is success?'NEW ORLEANS (BP) -- David Platt posed a question he called "critical" for church leaders to answer in a Founders' Day chapel message at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.
"What is success for you?" Platt asked. "How do you define success in your role as a leader in the church?"
Platt, former president of the SBC International Mission Board who has moved to a northern Virginia pastorate, spoke at a special evening service marking the conclusion of the New ... Read More
TRUSTEES: NOBTS names Kelley chancellorNEW ORLEANS (BP) -- New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary trustees named Chuck Kelley as chancellor of the school through July 31, 2019, and approved the accelerated M.Div. program during their fall meeting Oct. 3.
Kelley announced his plans to retire from the school on July 31, 2019, during the Oct. 2 Founders' Day chapel service. As a result, much of the board's work at the fall meeting centered on helping Kelley finish his presidential tenure and beginning the search for the next president.
Naming Kelley chancellor was a required step in the initiation of the presidential search process. The bylaws state that the office of president must be vacant before the trustees can initiate the search. The role of chancellor clearly indicates the seminary will continue normal operations under Kelley's leadership while the trustees seek the next leader. Read More
NOBTS President Chuck Kelley announces retirementNEW ORLEANS (BP) -- New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary President Charles S. "Chuck" Kelley Jr., announced his plan to retire at the end of the current academic year during Founders' Day chapel Oct. 2.
Kelley will continue to lead the seminary through July 31, 2019.
"This is the biggest decision of my life in a lot of ways," Kelley said in an interview. "I have been a part of almost half of the 100-year existence of NOBTS, it is very much the fabric of my whole life, and it has been a joyful, wondrous journey.
"This is a happy decision for us," Kelley noted. "We have served the seminary in a variety of ways and are thrilled to do so now in a completely different way." Read More
Immigration panel at NOBTS: a 'constructive' exchangeNEW ORLEANS (BP) -- Immigration reform is needed, panelists said at an Institute of Faith and the Public Square forum Sept. 25. While differing in focus, they underscored challenges facing the church and the U.S. economy.
The institute (IFPS), a research center at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, hosted the dialogue in conjunction with the University of New Orleans, Southern University of New Orleans and the University of Holy Cross.
While none of the panelists argued for an "open borders" approach, the session focused on Christian attitudes toward immigration as well as issues of compassion, jobs and security. Read More
J.D. Greear at NOBTS: Mobilize 'ordinary people'NEW ORLEANS (BP) -- God's plan for reaching the world involves raising up and sending out "ordinary people" in the power of the Holy Spirit, Southern Baptist Convention President J.D. Greear said at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary Sept. 13.
"The measure of success for any church ought not be its seating capacity" but "its sending capacity," Greear said during a chapel sermon drawn from Acts 7.
Greear, pastor of The Summit Church in Raleigh-Durham, N.C., and church leaders emphasize the sending out of "ordinary people" as an essential aspect of the call to follow Jesus. As a result, the church has sent out 1,016 people to 248 Summit-sponsored church plants and to other ministries. Read More