Science Teacher: “There’s a Great Hunger for the Gospel”

Twenty years ago, Dan enrolled at SES as a relatively new Christian after gleaning from Dr. Norm Geisler’s “fountain of knowledge” on the Bible Answer Man program. Around the same time, Dan left his corporate job as vice president of engineering and started teaching high school science while pursuing his master’s from SES. With degrees […]

Five New Year’s Resolutions to Help Reverse Error in the Church

Every two years Ligonier Ministries and LifeWay Research partner to survey the state of theology among church-going American adults. These are not your unsaved neighbors and co-workers. They are the people that sit next to you and me most Sundays (at least in pre-COVID days!). Sadly, the troubling study shows significant error and heresy in […]

Beyond Online Education

One of the most pivotal and intriguing moments in human history took place in mid-15th century Germany.  I have always wondered what it would have been like to be there for the Gutenberg moment, when the printing press made its dramatic entry into the world. Everything changed. Once the printing press was invented, making mass production […]

Moving Traditional Seminary Training Beyond Online Education

The year 2020 has brought new challenges and concerns to many institutions of higher learning as they wrestle with the role online education plays within their educational context. With new challenges comes the opportunity to carefully consider unique solutions. At Southern Evangelical Seminary and Bible College (SES) we have come together to think carefully about […]

Kenyan Alumna Sees Ripple Effect of Defending Faith

Growing up in Kenya, Cathy was surrounded by Muslim neighbors. As a child, she and a friend went in circles one day about who Jesus is—Cathy said Jesus is God; her friend said He is not. Cathy approached her mom. How could she explain to her friend that Jesus is Lord? “My mom said, ‘Well, […]

Missionary Examines the Why Behind His Beliefs

Jonathan and his wife spent nearly three years as missionaries in China. While there, they met once a week at a coffee shop to have conversations with locals who wanted to learn English. “They were very interested in Christianity. They had lots of questions about God.” Looking back, Jonathan sees how helpful apologetics would have […]