From the Spurgeon Room

Listen to Dr. Jason K. Allen interview well-known pastors and guests in the Spurgeon Room at the Vivion Home on the campus of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
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James P. Boyce

And the Abiding Relevance of “Three Changes in Theological Institutions.”

“James P. Boyce pioneered Southern Baptist theological education and his ‘Three Changes in Theological Institutions’ serves as a persistent template for Southern Baptist theological education.”
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Dr. Jason K. Allen

PRESIDENT, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

Dr. Jason Allen serves as the fifth president of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary & College. Under the leadership of Dr. Allen, the mission of Midwestern Seminary is to exist For the Church. This task is accomplished by biblically educating God-called men and women to be and make disciples of Jesus Christ. About Dr. Allen
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For the Church

Theological Education, the SBC & the Future of Midwestern Seminary

"When a seminary looks to Scripture for its identity, it will be drawn to one inescapable conclusion: a seminary must exist for the church." - Jason Allen Read More

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  • Inerrancy Panel Discussion with Judge Paul Pressler and Dr. Paige Patterson

    As part of the dedication of the Daniel Lee Chapel, we were honored to host Dr. Paige Patterson and Judge Paul Pressler, two leaders of the Conservative Resurgence, on the campus of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. Patterson delivered the dedication sermon, in which he preached on the importance of biblical inerrancy. Afterwards, I held a panel discussion with Dr. Patterson and Judge Pressler in which we further discussed biblical inerrancy and the role it played in the Conservative...Read More

  • Chapel Dedication Prayer

    This week marks an historic week for the Midwestern Seminary community, as we welcome friends from around the world to celebrate with us the dedication of our new chapel, the...Read More

  • Lord’s Day Meditation: “There is therefore Now No Condemnation” by C. H. Spurgeon

    "There is therefore Now No Condemnation" by C. H. Spurgeon (Morning and Evening, February 13, Evening) "There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ...Read More

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Don’t Let ‘Em Change You: Clayton Sullivan & the Consequence of Theological Education

I’ll not soon forget the first time I read Clayton Sullivan’s Called to Preach, Condemned to Survive. Then a Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Master of Divinity...Read More

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