Baptist Educated

Discussion in 'Baptist Colleges / Seminaries' started by Rev. G, Oct 14, 2002.

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I have attended the following Baptist institutions....

  1. Baptist Bible School / Institute

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  2. Baptist College / University

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  3. Baptist Seminary

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  1. Rev. G

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    How many of you have received a degree(s) from a Baptist college / university?

    How many of you have received a degree(s) from a Baptist seminary?

    Which one(s)?
     
  2. Rev. Joshua

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    I went to a secular private college (Berry) for undergrad., but did my M.Div. at a baptist seminary (Mercer).

    Joshua

    [ October 16, 2002, 12:20 PM: Message edited by: Rev. Joshua ]
     
  3. Music Man

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    I went to a Baptist college in Tennessee for my undergraduate, and will graduate in December from an SBC seminary.

    Chris
     
  4. Speedpass

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    I am in the process of resuming my graduate-level education at Union University--a Tennessee Baptist institution. Every other post-secondary institution I have attended has been public/state supported.
     
  5. TomVols

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    I didn't know Union had graduate degrees.
     
  6. Speedpass

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    Tom, Union offers master's degrees in education and business. They have even started accepting applicants for their specialist and doctoral degrees in administration/supervision, and curriculum/instruction.
     
  7. tlange

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    Graduated from Trinity Baptist College (Jacksonville, FL) in 1992 with a B.A. in Church Ministries and now presently working on my MDiv at Central Baptist Theological Seminary in Plymouth, MN!
     
  8. TaterTot

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    Proud NOBTS grad here!!
     
  9. swaimj

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    I graduated from Piedmont Baptist College in 1988 www.pbc.edu and anticipate graduating from Calvary Baptist Seminary this May www.cbs.edu
     
  10. Daniel David

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    Undergrad: Luther Rice Seminary

    Graduate: Currently working on an MDiv from same place.
     
  11. David Cooke Jr

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    law degree from Mercer U. I briefly attended Mercer's seminary.
     
  12. Dr. Bob

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    Did Bible Institute and Seminary classes during all four years of high school. Then 3 years in an accredited ifb college and 2 more in ifb grad school.

    THEN, with my doctrine straight and my relationship solidified (found my life partner) I went to the University for additional work, Liberty for counseling training, and now three non-baptist graduate schools for doctoral work. (Calvary College ThM program; non-denominational but very fundamental; Trinity Seminary for DMin; extremely baptistic and reformed; and College of St Alcuin for PhD in progress, part of the consortium of the Minnesota Graduate School of Theology, a Catholic - not Roman - seminary)

    Have seen much shipwreck of those who went to state university first. The faith of many did not survive that atmosphere at 18. At 23 and with strong convictions now established, it was a different story.
     
  13. Sherlock57

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    I graduated from Maranatha Baptist Bible College and went back for a year of grad school and I am now teaching at Fundamental Baptist Bible Institute in Tijuana, Mex.
     
  14. Daniel Dunivan

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    B.A. in Religious Studies and M.Div. from Oakland City University (General Baptist school in southern Indiana). Currently, Ph.D. student at Saint Louis University (Roman Catholic).
     
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    I'm new to the board. I received both my degrees from BJU (BA-93, MDIV-97). While BJU is not Baptist in name, it certainly teaches the Baptist distinctives even more now than I believe when I was a student.

    tlange, I met one of your CBTS profs, Dr. Bauder, this past August at a hometown conference. I enjoyed hearing him preach. Good to hear your in seminary there.
     
  16. tlange

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    Yes, I have Dr. Bauder for a class this semester, he is a great teacher and an excellent preacher as well!
     
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    I will graduate from Southeastern College at Wake Forest in December with a double major B.A. in Biblical Studies and History of Ideas. Then I will roll right over into the Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies here at Southeastern.

    For those that do not know, Southeastern College at Wake Forest used to be named Southeastern Baptist Theological College. The Board of Trustees voted a few years ago to change the name to Southeastern College at Wake Forest to draw a distinction between the College and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. The two institutions are fully SBC and share the same campus.
     
  18. Daniel Dunivan

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    Bibleboy II,

    I am working on a Ph.D. in historical theology, and I am taking a class in historical method this semester. I would be interested in who are the major people that you have read in the history of ideas (facinating and often overlooked topic).
     
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    Hello Daniel,

    The History of Ideas program here at Southeastern College is based upon "The Great Books of the Western World" series.

    Let's see if I can recall as many of the authors that we have read over the past 8 semesters as I can (in no particular order): Homer, Plato, Aeschylus, Plutarch, Aristophanes, Herdotus, Sophocles, Thucydides, Aristotle, Lucretius, Euripedes, Virgil, Tacitus, Epictetus, Dante, Chaucer, Shakespeare, Rabelais, Augustine, Anselm, Aquinas, Cervantes, Descartes, Pascal, Milton, Machiavelli, Montaigne, Luther, Erasmus, Calvin, Bacon, Hume, Kant, Spinoza, Jane Austine, Locke, Rousseau, Hobbs, Leibniz, Swift, Hawthorne, Eliot, Adam Smith, Tolstoi, Hegel, Melville, Marx, Twain, Booker T. Washington, Dubois, Kiekegaard, Wagner, Nietzsche, Dostoyevsky, The Fereralist Papers, Tocqueville, Faulkner, James, and Freud.

    The History of Ideas program is a classical education that really seeks to teach the students how to think for themselves, rather than what to think. The classes are limited to a max of 16 students per course section. The course work, much like PhD seminars, consists of reading the assigned book and writing a paper. Then you come to class and present your paper and defend/discuss your paper and the major themes found in each book. Of course, each student does not write a paper on each book. However, we were all required to read each book and be able to discuss the material in class.

    [ October 20, 2002, 04:21 AM: Message edited by: BibleboyII ]
     
  20. Charlie T

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    I attended Baylor University (B.A. Greek and Religion) and did 50% of MDiv at SWBTS.
     

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