Trustees of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary have concluded an investigation into whether President Paige Patterson did anything wrong by admitting a Palestinian Muslim student into the school’s Ph.D. program in biblical archeology.

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Ronnie Floyd suceeds the Southern Baptist Convention’s first African-American president as messengers honor the owners of Hobby Lobby for standing up to Obamacare and a seminary president addresses controversy over his allowing a non-Christian to enroll as a Ph.D. student.

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“Conservative resurgence” co-founders Paul Pressler and Paige Patterson passed on stories about the early days of the struggle to students at Midwestern Seminary.

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Monday, 07 April 2014 13:57

Patterson urges ministers not to drink

Alcohol use by ministers is “unwise,” Southwestern Seminary President Paige Patterson told students in a recent chapel message.

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No one outside the tribe is going to celebrate the conservative resurgence, so its heroes might as well celebrate themselves.

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If churches are to “act justly” in dealing with clergy sex abuse allegations, outsiders are essential.

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Thursday, 24 October 2013 13:05

Activist says media helps fight abuse

“Something's terribly wrong when ESPN is calling for the truth, but the church remains silent.”

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Monday, 21 October 2013 09:52

Advocate says SBC leader gives bad advice

David Clohessy of SNAP denounced a seminary president’s advice against reporting church matters to the press as “self-serving, unhealthy and often dangerous.”

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Thursday, 17 October 2013 14:28

SBC leader says don't talk to press

Southwestern Seminary President Paige Patterson says churches should settle disputes internally and not talk about them to the media.

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Tuesday, 14 May 2013 13:05

SBC leader compared to Martin Luther

Paige Patterson is a “modern-day Martin Luther, and we’re thankful for his leadership,” a professor said recently in chapel at Southwestern Seminary.

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