Register for Reflecting God through the Proverbs – Spring Community Bible Study

Reflecting God through the Proverbs- Spring Bible Study

 

A proverb is a concentrated, catchy and practical statement designed to provide insight into life. Biblical proverbs, written by wise King Solomon and others, are designed to provide the reader with wisdom and skill for living.

 

“Reflecting God through the Proverbs” is the title for the series of studies taught by Southeastern president Dr. Don Hawkins during the spring semester. According to Dr. Hawkins, “The concept of wisdom as reflected in Proverbs involves developing the practical skill for living in a manner that pleases God. Thus the title of our study, ‘Reflecting God through the Proverbs’, expresses the ultimate goal of this series of studies.”

 

Among the topics to be covered during the semester are securing wisdom, experiencing God’s guidance, overcoming temptation, handling our finances, dealing with anger, cultivating friendships, developing diligence and resolving conflict. “As you can see from these topics, our studies will touch life in an extremely practical way,” Dr. Hawkins observed. “These classes provide an excellent means for Southeastern Bible College to serve the greater Birmingham community, and there is no charge to participate.”

 

Evening classes will begin Monday, January 28 at 7 p.m. and meet in classroom to 244 (entrance A). Morning classes will begin Tuesday, January 29 at 10:30 a.m., and will also meet in classroom to 244. To register for this free class, please contact Anita Scroggins at (205) 970-9213 or by e-mail at ascroggins@sebc.edu.

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Podcasts: October 2011

Legacy Bible Conference 


October 24,25,26, 2011
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Conference Speakers: Bios

Dr. Timothy George: George has been the dean of Beeson Divinity School since its inception in 1988. As founding dean, George has been instrumental in shaping its character and mission. He teaches church history and doctrine. He serves as executive editor for Christianity Today, and on the editorial advisory boards of The Harvard Theological Review, Christian History and Books & Culture. He has served on the Board of Directors of Lifeway Christian Resources of the Southern Baptist Convention. George has written more than 20 books and regularly contributes to scholarly journals. His book Theology of the Reformers has been translated into several languages and is used as a textbook in many schools and seminaries. His most recent books are Is the Father of Jesus the God of Muhammad? and The Mark of Jesus: Loving in a Way the World Can See (with John Woodbridge)  He edited  J.I. Packer and the Evangelical Future (Baker 2009) and co-edited the book Our Sufficiency is Of God: Essays on Preaching in Honor of Gardner C. Taylor (March 2010).  He has been active in evangelical-Roman Catholic Church dialogue. An ordained minister, he has been pastor of churches in Tennessee, Alabama and Massachusetts. He and his wife, Denise, have two adult children.

Education
A.B., University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
M.Div., Harvard Divinity School
Th.D., Harvard University

Dr. Jason Snyder: Chair, Dept. of Biblical Studies, Prof. of Bible and Theology and Advisor of Pre-Seminary/Pastoral and Intercultural Ministries. Jason teaches a number of Biblical Studies and Theology courses at Southeastern. He and his wife Carol reside in Bessemer with their two children, Hannah and Holden.

Education
B.A., Clearwater Christian College
Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary
Ph.D., University of Aberdeen

Director-at-Large of ACL

Paul Roberts, SEBC Library Director


The Association of Christian Librarians (ACL) has elected Paul Roberts, Library Director here at Southeastern Bible College, to their Board of Directors.  He was elected Director-at-Large for a 3-year term, 2011-2014.  ACL is an organization of Christian academic librarians that seeks to empower librarians through professional scholarship and spiritual encouragement for service in higher education.  ACL is one of the largest evangelical library organizations and is internationally known due to the global outreach of its service.  We are honored to have Paul making a professional contribution to the world of Christian librarianship.