Is Our Preaching in Vain?

By Dr. David Haines, Prior to beginning my Master’s studies at Southern Evangelical Seminary, I was working as a youth pastor at a church in Québec. Part of my ministry included ministering to university students. In this context, I became unmistakably aware of the necessity of studying Christian apologetics and Christian theology. These two disciplines […]

From Seminary to Law School

By Gil Gatch, Most people think of a seminary only as a place where a person prepares to become a minister. Unfortunately, this misconception is probably keeping many people from considering Southern Evangelical Seminary as an option for graduate or undergraduate education. The scope of one’s possibilities by earning a degree from SES is much […]

Revised and Updated: Would Dr. King Have Marched for Marriage “Equality”?

Would Dr. King Have Marched for Marriage “Equality”? (Revised and Updated) “Today marks a victory for equality, perseverance and love.” – Apple CEO Tim Cook These were the words tweeted by Apple CEO Tim Cook following the historic SCOTUS decision to legalize same-sex marriage.[1] In similar fashion, after the SCOTUS decision went public, Google replaced […]

Living Your Faith: Bethel Baptist Church Rebuilds Lives Devastated by Hurricane Matthew

Thomas McCuddy is Pastor of Bethel Baptist Church in Dublin, NC. Their surrounding counties have been devastated by Hurricane Matthew. There is still significant flooding and people are in need of resources and aide in rebuilding their lives after this devastating experience. During an interview with Pastor McCuddy, it became clear that one of the […]

Jesus Calling by Sarah Young: A False Jesus?

Jesus' Face in the Clouds

A Critique by SES Alumna, Marcia Montenegro “The precepts of the LORD are right, giving joy to the heart. The commands of the LORD are radiant, giving light to the eyes. They are more precious than gold, than much pure gold; they are sweeter than honey, than honey from the comb.” Psalm 19: 8, 10 […]