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Servant Songs: Reflections on the History and Mission of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary-
Smyth & Helwys Publishing, Inc / 1995 / Paperback
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This book shows convincingly, that--though Southeastern Seminary was founded as a progressive Southern Baptist institution of higher learning; though it did attempt to fulfill its educational mission somewhat differently from its sister seminaries, primarily because of some unique cultural circumstances in the region that it served; though it was characterized by a climate of warm ecumenism and intellectual honesty; and though, somewhat in the great "pro humanitate" tradition of Wake Forest University, it did seek to mediate redemptively between the world and the Word--it did not set out to destroy the faith of its students or to denigrate the Bible or to champion the cause of theological liberalism over the cause of Christ.
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