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Rosie Perera | Forum Activity | Posted: Mon, Apr 7 2014 2:37 AM

Sandro Polenta had the great idea of posting a collection rule for Dallas Theological Seminary alumni authors (and I proposed adding current/former faculty to it as well) over on another thread.

I thought it would be good to start a new thread for such collections for as many of the major seminaries as we have advocates for on these forums.

I'll get us started with one for Regent College, a trans-denominational graduate school of Christian studies in Vancouver, BC, Canada. This rule includes current and past faculty, summer school sessional lecturers, alumni authors that I can think of, and some Regent authors whose books have not yet been published in Logos but might be someday.

author:("Aalders,Cynthia","Armerding,Carl", "Barrett,Rob", "Begbie,Jeremie", "Bockmuehl,Klaus", "Bockmuehl,Markus", "Boersma,Hans", "Buchanan,Mark", "Cairns,Scott", "Canlis,Julie", "Dart,Ron", "Dawn,Marva", "Dumbrell,William", "Dyck,Elmer", "Fee,Gordon", "Fujimura,Makoto", "Gasque,Laurel", "Gasque,Ward", "Gay,Craig", "Gill,David", "Goheen,Michael", "Green,Michael", "Greenman,Jeffrey", "Hancock,Maxine", "Hastings,Ross", "Helm,Paul", "Hindmarsh,Bruce", "Houston,James", "Hui,Edwin", "Humphrey,Edith","Hurtado,Larry", "Jacobs,Alan", "Jobes,Karen", "Johnson,Darrell", "Kamell,Mariam", "Kandiah,Krish", "Le Donne, Anthony", "Lewis,Donald", "Long,V.Philips", "Lyon,David", "Marsden,George", "Mason,Mike", "McGrath,Alister", "McKnight,Scot", "Mercadante,Linda", "Mouw,Richard", "Noll,Mark", "Packer, J.I.", "Peterson,Eugene", "Philips,Susan", "Provan,Iain", "Ringma,Charles", "Russell-Jones,Iwan", "Schultze,Quentin", "Scorgie,Glen", "Shaw,Luci", "Smith,Gordon", "Smith,James K.A.", "Soderlund,Sven", "Spilsbury,Paul", "Stackhouse,John", "Stallman,Robert", "Stallman,Bob", "Stearns,Chelle", "Stevens,R.Paul", "Stinton,Diane", "Stott,John", "Stovell,Beth", "Taylor,W. David O.", "Theophilos,Michael", "Thomas,Gary", "Toews,John", "Torrance,James", "Vanhoozer,Kevin", "Volf,Miroslav", "Walls,Andrew", "Waltke,Bruce", "Watts,Rikk", "Wilkinson,Loren", "Willard,Dallas", "Williams,Sarah", "Wilson,Jonathan R.","Wilson,Rod", "Wood,Ralph", "Wright,Chris", "Wright,N.T.", "Wright,Tom", "Wright,Walt", "Yankoski,Danae") ANDNOT author:"Toews,John E."

Please add to this thread. Put the seminary name in bold, and use the above format for the collection rule.

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Paul N | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Apr 7 2014 4:43 AM

Here is one for Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City, Missouri USA

This rule contains current and former faculty as well as notable alumni.  20 books resulted in my library (More from Vyrso than Logos)

Author:("Awbrey,Ben","DeVine,Mark","Harrison,Rodney","Johnston,Thomas P.","Yeats,John Mark","Andrews,Stephen J","Roberts, Phillip","Roberts,Randal","Whitney,Donald S.","Coppenger,Mark","Smith,Gary V.","Wilder,Terry L.","Iorg,Jeff","Patrick,Darrin","Hester,H.I.","Miller,Calvin","Osborne,William R.")

Update 1: Added 2 more former faculty & 1 alumnus

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abondservant | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Apr 7 2014 9:03 AM

This rule contains only current faculty of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, I included both those who have titles in Logos, and those who do not because titles outside logos frequently become titles inside Logos :). I've not included past professors because at some point in the not so distant past we made a clean break from who we were and became a conservative school once more; because of this a full list of former profs would be less than helpful nor is the full list readily available. As far as notable Alums, I'm sure there are plenty, I just don't pay attention to that. The rule picks up about 41 resources (if you have our journal).


Author:"Daniel, Akin","Ashford,Bruce","Beck, David","Black, David","Aponte, Edgar R.","Aucoin, Brent","Beck, David R","Bledsoe, David","Boozer,John","Borger,Todd","Bredfeldt,Gary","Burkett,John","Coley,Ken","Davis,Andy","DEW,Jamie","Dodson,Mike","Eccher, Stephen Brett","Evans, Jeremy A","Ewart,John H","Finn,Nathan","Gravely,Ed","Greear,J.D.","Greenham,Ant","Hammet,John S","Hannaford,Chuck","Harper,Keith","Harvey,Charles E","Heimbach,Dan","James,Al","Johnson,Eric L","Johnson,Wendell Mark","Jones,David W","Jones,Robert","Keathley,Kenneth","Kellum,Scott","Kostenberger","Köstenberger","Ladd,Steve","Lanier,David","Lawless,Chuck","Lawson,Greg","LIederbach,Mark","Little,Bruce A.","Lovejoy,Grant","Lozaw,Susan","McDaniel,Chip","McKenzie,Tracy","McKinion,Steve","Merida,Tony","Merkle,Ben","Milioni,Dwayne","Moseley,Allan","Mullins,Mat","O'Donoghue,Denise","Porowski,Jim","Purcell,Larry","Quarles,Charles","Quinn,Benjamin","Rainer,Thom","Reid,Alvin","Robinson,George","Robinson,Maurice","Rooker,mark","Rummage,Stephen","Schemm,Pete","Scroggins,Jimmy","Shaddix,Jim","Spencer,Ivan","Stetzer,Ed","Strickland,Walter","Thomas,Heath","Travers,MIchael","Wade,Stephen","Waggner,Joshua","Wealty,Greg","Whitfield,Keith","Williams,Fred","Williams,Sam" ,"Roach,William" OR "Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary"

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Lynden Williams | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Apr 7 2014 9:10 AM

abondservant:
This rule contains only current faculty of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary

Thanks, I got thirty.

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Lynden Williams | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Apr 7 2014 9:11 AM

Rosie Perera:
I'll get us started with one for Regent College,

I got 17 Rosie.

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Lynden Williams | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Apr 7 2014 9:13 AM

Paul Newsome:
Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
I only got three. Thanks.

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abondservant | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Apr 7 2014 9:17 AM

Rosie Perera:

Sandro Polenta had the great idea of posting a collection rule for Dallas Theological Seminary alumni authors (and I proposed adding current/former faculty to it as well) over on another thread.

I thought it would be good to start a new thread for such collections for as many of the major seminaries as we have advocates for on these forums.

I'll get us started with one for Regent College, a trans-denominational graduate school of Christian studies in Vancouver, BC, Canada. This rule includes current and past faculty, summer school sessional lecturers, alumni authors that I can think of, and some Regent authors whose books have not yet been published in Logos but might be someday.

author:("Aalders,Cynthia","Armerding,Carl", "Barrett,Rob", "Begbie,Jeremie", "Bockmuehl,Klaus", "Bockmuehl,Markus", "Boersma,Hans", "Buchanan,Mark", "Cairns,Scott", "Canlis,Julie", "Dart,Ron", "Dawn,Marva", "Dumbrell,William", "Dyck,Elmer", "Fee,Gordon", "Fujimura,Makoto", "Gasque,Laurel", "Gasque,Ward", "Gay,Craig", "Gill,David", "Goheen,Michael", "Green,Michael", "Greenman,Jeffrey", "Hancock,Maxine", "Hastings,Ross", "Helm,Paul", "Hindmarsh,Bruce", "Houston,James", "Hui,Edwin", "Humphrey,Edith","Hurtado,Larry", "Jacobs,Alan", "Jobes,Karen", "Johnson,Darrell", "Kamell,Mariam", "Kandiah,Krish", "Le Donne, Anthony", "Lewis,Donald", "Long,V.Philips", "Lyon,David", "Marsden,George", "Mason,Mike", "McGrath,Alister", "McKnight,Scot", "Mercadante,Linda", "Mouw,Richard", "Noll,Mark", "Packer, J.I.", "Peterson,Eugene", "Philips,Susan", "Provan,Iain", "Ringma,Charles", "Russell-Jones,Iwan", "Schultze,Quentin", "Scorgie,Glen", "Shaw,Luci", "Smith,Gordon", "Smith,James K.A.", "Soderlund,Sven", "Spilsbury,Paul", "Stackhouse,John", "Stallman,Robert", "Stallman,Bob", "Stearns,Chelle", "Stevens,R.Paul", "Stinton,Diane", "Stott,John", "Stovell,Beth", "Taylor,W. David O.", "Theophilos,Michael", "Thomas,Gary", "Toews,John", "Torrance,James", "Vanhoozer,Kevin", "Volf,Miroslav", "Walls,Andrew", "Waltke,Bruce", "Watts,Rikk", "Wilkinson,Loren", "Willard,Dallas", "Williams,Sarah", "Wilson,Jonathan R.","Wilson,Rod", "Wood,Ralph", "Wright,Chris", "Wright,N.T.", "Wright,Tom", "Wright,Walt", "Yankoski,Danae") ANDNOT author:"Toews,John E."

Please add to this thread. Put the seminary name in bold, and use the above format for the collection rule.



Isn't vanhoozer at Knox, and waltke at RTS?

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Jack Caviness | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Apr 7 2014 11:39 AM

abondservant:
This rule contains only current faculty of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary,

Thank you. Shouldn't "McDill, Wayne" have been included?

abondservant:
I've not included past professors because at some point in the not so distant past we made a clean break from who we were and became a conservative school once more

I do remember those "bad old days" very well. However, I did manage to make it through 2 semesters (75-76).

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Rosie Perera | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Apr 7 2014 12:33 PM

abondservant:
Isn't vanhoozer at Knox, and waltke at RTS?

Vanhoozer is listed in the "Friends of Regent" section on the regentaudio.com website, which means he has likely taught a class or two and is on the roughly same wavelength theologically as Regent. I'm including all such folks, even if they aren't on the faculty.

Waltke was on the faculty of Regent for many years and is emeritus now, but still teaches a class from time to time, usually every other summer. For a while he divided his time between Regent (summers and one semester) and Reformed Theological Seminary (the rest of the year). Then RTS forced him to resign because of his position on the early chapters of Genesis (open to the possibility of an old earth) and Knox snapped him up for those months of the year. While he was fully on the faculty of Regent, I took several classes with him and and was his TA for one semester.

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abondservant | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Apr 7 2014 2:30 PM

Jack Caviness:

abondservant:
This rule contains only current faculty of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary,

Thank you. Shouldn't "McDill, Wayne" have been included?

abondservant:
I've not included past professors because at some point in the not so distant past we made a clean break from who we were and became a conservative school once more

I do remember those "bad old days" very well. However, I did manage to make it through 2 semesters (75-76).



http://www.sebts.edu/academics/faculty/

I don't see McDill, is he currently a prof? If not currently, was he one of the good ones?

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Jack Caviness | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Apr 7 2014 2:45 PM

abondservant:
I don't see McDill, is he currently a prof? If not currently, was he one of the good ones?

His website (http://waynemcdill.net) says that he is "Senior Professor of Preaching" at SEBTS. Don't know him personally, but he came in with the conservative revolution. He has a pair of books available from Logos—Search mcdill, wayne. His son Michael and I served Churches close together in the 80s. Michael kept me informed concerning the progress of the changes taking place at SEBTS.

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abondservant | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Apr 27 2014 12:23 PM

Jack Caviness:

abondservant:
I don't see McDill, is he currently a prof? If not currently, was he one of the good ones?

His website (http://waynemcdill.net) says that he is "Senior Professor of Preaching" at SEBTS. Don't know him personally, but he came in with the conservative revolution. He has a pair of books available from Logos—Search mcdill, wayne. His son Michael and I served Churches close together in the 80s. Michael kept me informed concerning the progress of the changes taking place at SEBTS.



Works for me. Here is the updated collection:
Author:"Daniel, Akin","Ashford,Bruce","Beck, David","Black, David","Aponte, Edgar R.","Aucoin, Brent","Beck, David R","Bledsoe, David", "Boozer,John","Borger,Todd","Bredfeldt,Gary","Burkett,John","Coley,Ken","Davis,Andy","DEW,Jamie","Dodson,Mike","Eccher, Stephen Brett", "Evans, Jeremy A","Ewart,John H","Finn,Nathan","Gravely,Ed","Greear,J.D.","Greenham,Ant","Hammet,John S", "Hannaford,Chuck","Harper,Keith","Harvey,Charles E","Heimbach,Dan","James,Al","Johnson,Eric L","Johnson,Wendell Mark","Jones,David W", "Jones,Robert","Keathley,Kenneth","Kellum,Scott","Kostenberger","Köstenberger","Ladd,Steve","Lanier,David","Lawless,Chuck","Lawson,Greg", "LIederbach,Mark","Little,Bruce A.","Lovejoy,Grant","Lozaw,Susan","McDaniel,Chip","McKenzie,Tracy","McKinion,Steve", "Merida,Tony","Merkle,Ben","Milioni,Dwayne","Moseley,Allan","Mullins,Mat","O'Donoghue,Denise","Porowski,Jim","Purcell,Larry","Quarles,Charles","Quinn,Benjamin","Rainer,Thom","Reid,Alvin","Robinson,George","Robinson,Maurice","Rooker,mark","Rummage,Stephen","Schemm,Pete","Scroggins,Jimmy","Shaddix,Jim","Spencer,Ivan","Stetzer,Ed","Strickland,Walter","Thomas,Heath","Travers,MIchael","Wade,Stephen","Waggner,Joshua","Wealty,Greg","Whitfield,Keith","Williams,Fred","Williams,Sam" ,"Roach,William", "McDill, Wayne", OR "Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary"

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elnwood | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Apr 27 2014 1:14 PM

Rosie Perera:

Vanhoozer is listed in the "Friends of Regent" section on the regentaudio.com website, which means he has likely taught a class or two and is on the roughly same wavelength theologically as Regent. I'm including all such folks, even if they aren't on the faculty.

Rosie, what does it mean to be on the "same wavelength theologically as Regent," given that Regent is transdenominational and has Baptists, Anglicans, Presbyterians, Anabaptists, and Pentecostals? Can we speak of a distinct Regent theology in the same way you can speak of DTS's dispensational theology, or SBTS's Baptist theology, or is Regent's theology simply broadly evangelical?

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Rosie Perera | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Apr 27 2014 3:18 PM

elnwood:

Rosie Perera:

Vanhoozer is listed in the "Friends of Regent" section on the regentaudio.com website, which means he has likely taught a class or two and is on the roughly same wavelength theologically as Regent. I'm including all such folks, even if they aren't on the faculty.

Rosie, what does it mean to be on the "same wavelength theologically as Regent," given that Regent is transdenominational and has Baptists, Anglicans, Presbyterians, Anabaptists, and Pentecostals? Can we speak of a distinct Regent theology in the same way you can speak of DTS's dispensational theology, or SBTS's Baptist theology, or is Regent's theology simply broadly evangelical?

Regent College's theology is broadly evangelical, and the theological atmosphere is one of charity towards differing viewpoints. That latter is not something commonly found at more narrow denominational schools.

That said, there are some certain things that tend to characterize the outlook at Regent:

  • very strong on the notion that all vocations are holy callings, integrating faith and work,erasing or minimizing the lay/clergy divide; it was founded first and foremost as a college to educate laypeople theologically; only later was an MDiv degree added, and it remains a smaller percentage of the students, though all take classes together and are in community together; the idea of business as mission (not as a way of evangelizing but as a way of inherently doing good for God's kingdom)
  • spiritual theology has historically been a core emphasis thanks to founding father James Houston who almost single-handedly woke the evangelical world back up to the study of it, which included reading the works of venerable Catholic spiritual writers who had long been feared or ignored by evangelicals
  • approves of women in all levels of ministry (though there have been a couple of faculty members who are uncomfortable with this, they have not made it an issue to deter women from entering the MDiv program)
  • strong emphasis on the arts in the life of the college and academic work; high quality art and a willingness to be edgy, not just pretty pictures and songs to illustrate bible stories; an art gallery is a major use of the architecture of the college (which is all in one building, to many people's surprise)
  • positive towards the integration of science and faith (e.g., you wouldn't find literal 6-day creationists on the faculty, and nobody would bat an eyelash at someone who put forth that Genesis is consistent with a belief that evolution could have occurred under God's guiding hand, as Bruce Waltke has and got asked to leave RTS for it)
  • most faculty (with one strong exception) would support a "heaven comes down to earth" view of eschatology (à la N.T. Wright), which results in a very this-worldly focus on concern and care for people (social justice) and the planet, the latter of which deserves a bullet point of its own
  • very strong ethic of creation care / earthkeeping / environmental stewardship (particularly spearheaded by one certain faculty member, but almost all are on board with it)
  • most important: a safe atmosphere to ask questions, examine beliefs we have taken for granted, and push the boundaries; we've got faculty members, for example, who question the notion of hell as a literal eternal fiery torment, and they are not being branded as heretics, though of course there are plenty who do hold to the traditional view;

John Stackhouse put this last and most significant aspect of Regent very well in this lecture at about 13:59ff: "Regent College is a place where people tend to flee from hostile intellectual and spiritual environments; we have people who are running away from fundamentalism; we have people who are running away from extremely intense religious cultures, whether Catholic or Mennonites or Christian Reformed or otherwise; we have people who are fleeing liberal Christianity; we have people who are fleeing the wide open deserts of secularism; and they come to a very congenial place, where any question pretty much can be asked; we don't require our students to be Christians, we just require our professors to be; and we as faculty don't feel obliged to agree with each other about everything; we do agree on the standard evangelical basis of faith that the college adheres to, but beyond that we disagree in a fairly lively and open way about lots of other things."

That's the general idea I meant by Regent's theological wavelength.

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abondservant | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Apr 27 2014 4:05 PM

Rosie Perera:

That's the general idea I meant by Regent's theological wavelength.



My undergraduate program had a few Regent's Alums in the administration, and I would describe the atmosphere (generally speaking, there were some individuals who were the exception) very similarly. We all had disagreements - but we all agreed on the essentials. I even have a female friend whose an evangelical Lutheran pastor. Certainly there were just some topics we knew in advance we would disagree on. We didn't shy away from these topics, but we didn't break fellowship with an individual either. We didn't have any catholics though (or SDA, and very few pentecostals).

One guy had a new perspective on something nearly every semester. First he was an arminian because "God won't damn the sinner to hell" then reformed because "people in hell aren't redeemed" now I hear he's Molinist. You always knew where he stood because he would buy t-shirts to wear that reflected it. He'd been "arminian" for a while, and one day I saw him on campus wearing a shirt that said "I didn't choose this shirt, this shirt chose me" and then cited a verse in Romans 8 or 9. He'd had a change of heart over the weekend, and bought the shirt to reflect this. Nice guy. But all over the map on pretty much everything.


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Rosie Perera | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Apr 27 2014 4:22 PM

I should also point out that Regent College (in Vancouver) is not to be confused with Regent University, Pat Robertson's institution in Virginia. It's a common mistake people make. Regent College's theology is about as far from Regent University's as you can get. Regent College had the name first, so it's the other school's fault for the confusion. Smile

Also, there's a Regent's University (formerly Regent's College) in the UK, which is completely unrelated to both of the above. And Regent College (in Canada) has no 's on its name.

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abondservant | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Apr 27 2014 4:26 PM

Indeed - they were from the canadian institution.

"Trinity" college brings up about 200 different schools. Its a common name and causes confusion.

Further SEBTS (southeastern) is confusing for people that live in florida as there is a pentecostal school of the same name.

I always have to say "Southeastern, no no not the one in Lakeland" when I describe where I go. For my undergraduate program I have to describe the school as the one Billy Graham attended (before they changed names).

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Rosie Perera | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Apr 27 2014 4:43 PM

abondservant:
We didn't have any catholics though (or SDA, and very few pentecostals).

We had no Catholics or Orthodox on the faculty either, though some have come to teach at summer school (Bradley Nassif, an Antiochian Orthodox Christian, for example, co-taught a class with J.I. Packer on Orthodox-Evangelical relations). No SDA that I know of. Plenty of Pentecostals (Gordon Fee, Rikk Watts, Sven Soderlund on the main faculty, and probably others in summer school).

One of the cool things about Regent College is that it offers all kinds of interesting courses outside the mainstream of what you might consider seminary courses. Sure, it's got all the basics covered too: biblical studies, church history, systematic theology, languages, pastoral theology, etc. But then right there in the catalog alongside those, you also see courses like "Technology, Wilderness, and Creation," a course that takes place over a week long journey on an open rowing/sailing boat in the Gulf Islands; and "Reading the Bible with the Damned," a course that looks at Scripture through the lens of those on the margins who often feel rejected by the Church -- prisoners, poor migrant farm workers, and the like. And those are just regular-term courses. The Summer School brochure is filled with even more such interesting courses like "Food: Communion, Community, and Creation." Incidentally, Regent has created a 4-part condensed video version of the Food Course for use with small groups, a promo and sample of which can be seen here: http://www.regentaudio.com/products/food-forethought. I've taken that course and it had one of the most profound impacts of any course ever on me and how I live my life. From what I've seen so far of the 2-hour version of it, it does a wonderful job of capturing the essence of the course.

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Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :) | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Apr 27 2014 4:54 PM

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Works for me. Here is the updated collection:
Author:"Daniel, Akin","Ashford,Bruce","Beck, David","Black, David","Aponte, Edgar R.","Aucoin, Brent","Beck, David R","Bledsoe, David", "Boozer,John","Borger,Todd","Bredfeldt,Gary","Burkett,John","Coley,Ken","Davis,Andy","DEW,Jamie","Dodson,Mike","Eccher, Stephen Brett", "Evans, Jeremy A","Ewart,John H","Finn,Nathan","Gravely,Ed","Greear,J.D.","Greenham,Ant","Hammet,John S", "Hannaford,Chuck","Harper,Keith","Harvey,Charles E","Heimbach,Dan","James,Al","Johnson,Eric L","Johnson,Wendell Mark","Jones,David W", "Jones,Robert","Keathley,Kenneth","Kellum,Scott","Kostenberger","Köstenberger","Ladd,Steve","Lanier,David","Lawless,Chuck","Lawson,Greg", "LIederbach,Mark","Little,Bruce A.","Lovejoy,Grant","Lozaw,Susan","McDaniel,Chip","McKenzie,Tracy","McKinion,Steve", "Merida,Tony","Merkle,Ben","Milioni,Dwayne","Moseley,Allan","Mullins,Mat","O'Donoghue,Denise","Porowski,Jim","Purcell,Larry","Quarles,Charles","Quinn,Benjamin","Rainer,Thom","Reid,Alvin","Robinson,George","Robinson,Maurice","Rooker,mark","Rummage,Stephen","Schemm,Pete","Scroggins,Jimmy","Shaddix,Jim","Spencer,Ivan","Stetzer,Ed","Strickland,Walter","Thomas,Heath","Travers,MIchael","Wade,Stephen","Waggner,Joshua","Wealty,Greg","Whitfield,Keith","Williams,Fred","Williams,Sam" ,"Roach,William", "McDill, Wayne", OR "Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary"

Published "Seminary: Southeastern Baptist Theological" to Logos Collections

Publisher:"Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary" OR Author:("Akin,Daniel L.","Aponte, Edgar R.","Ashford,Bruce","Aucoin,Brent",
"Beck,David","Black,David Alan","Bledsoe,David","Boozer,John","Borger,Todd","Bredfeldt,Gary","Burkett,John",
"Coley,Ken","Davis,Andy","Dew,Jamie","Dodson,Mike","Eccher,Stephen Brett","Evans,Jeremy A","Ewart,John H",
"Finn,Nathan","Gravely,Ed","Greear,J.D.","Greenham,Ant",
"Hammet,John S","Hannaford,Chuck","Harper,Keith","Harvey,Charles E","Heimbach,Dan",
"James,Al","Johnson,Eric L","Johnson,Wendell Mark","Jones,David W","Jones,Robert",
"Keathley,Kenneth","Kellum,Scott","Köstenberger, Andreas J.",
"Ladd,Steve","Lanier,David","Lawless,Chuck","Lawson,Greg","Liederbach,Mark","Little,Bruce A.","Lovejoy,Grant","Lozaw,Susan",
"McDaniel,Chip","McDill,Wayne","McKenzie,Tracy","McKinion,Steve","Merida,Tony","Merkle,Ben","Milioni,Dwayne","Moseley,Allan","Mullins,Mat",
"O'Donoghue,Denise","Porowski,Jim","Purcell,Larry","Quarles,Charles","Quinn,Benjamin",
"Rainer,Thom","Reid,Alvin","Roach,William","Robinson,George","Robinson,Maurice","Rooker,Mark","Rummage,Stephen",
"Schemm,Pete","Scroggins,Jimmy","Shaddix,Jim","Spencer,Ivan","Stetzer,Ed","Strickland,Walter",
"Thomas,Heath","Travers,MIchael","Wade,Stephen","Waggner,Joshua","Wealty,Greg","Whitfield,Keith","Williams,Fred","Williams,Sam")

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abondservant | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Nov 10 2014 5:05 AM

Adding another school to this list. I know of only two published alumni at the moment, however I will dig deeper.

Trinity College of Florida - founded by the Christian and Missionary Alliance, officially non-denominational.

Burk Parsons (editor of Table Talk @ Ligonier Ministries) class of 99
Billy Graham graduated class of 1940 when they were the Florida Bible Institute.

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