Southeastern Bible College will be hosting Preview Day ’13 on October 30! Our Preview Day Speaker will be SEBC alum and area pastor Andy Heis
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The Southeastern Bible College Fall 2012 Newsletter is now available. To view the newsletter and catch up on the exciting things happening at SEBC click here.
SEBC has been selected to be a recipient of the International Society for Science and Religion library award. The award is a 224 volume set of books on the subject of science and religion, spanning all areas of the interface between science and spirituality. The books were selected by the ISSR Editorial Board, ISSR members, and experts from many academic disciplines, faith traditions, and geographical regions. The collection ranges from information on science and spirituality to 11 other subject areas such as social sciences, history, philosophy, et. al.
The books have been integrated into our library collection and it is hoped that they will have a significant impact on professors, students and researchers.
William Travis Coblentz will be joining the Southeastern Bible College family this fall as Assistant Professor of Philosophy.
Travis completed undergraduate studies at Bethel College, Indiana, in Biblical Studies/Christian Ministries; he received a Master of Theology and a Master of Divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, and a Master of Arts in Philosophy from Baylor University. He is in the final stages of completing his dissertation and plans to graduate with a Ph.D. in Philosophy from Baylor University, Texas, in December.
Travis, his wife, Chrissy, and two small children live in Waco, Tx. Please pray for them as they find a place to live in Birmingham, pack and prepare for the move on August 3rd.
Dr. Hawkins will be visiting the Holy Land this Fall and is inviting you to join him. For more information on this trip click the link below to view the trip brochure.
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Southeastern Bible College 64th Commencement Ceremony
Friday, May 11, 2012 Southeastern Bible College held its 64th Commencement Ceremony. Dr. Andrew Westmoreland, President of Samford University, was the keynote speaker. Thirty-one students graduated with twenty-seven students participating in the ceremony. Three AA degrees were conferred and twenty-four B.A. degrees were conferred at the ceremony.
For photos from commencement go to http://appear.zenfolio.com/sebcgraduation2012
May 4, 2012
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SEBC’s Student Senate and Student Organizations have opened a new on campus coffee shop for students and guests. The coffee shop features coffee from a partner organization, UglyMug Coffee, and offers a variety of products from freshly pressed coffee to flavored espresso drinks. The money raised goes to support the student organizations of SEBC.
To find out more about UglyMug Coffee visit www.uglymugcoffee.com
To support SEBC’s student organizations through UglyMug, use the coupon code “southeasternbiblecollege” at checkout.
The Southeastern Bible College Spring 2012 Newsletter is now available. To view the newsletter and catch up on the exciting things happening at SEBC click here.
The Department of Arts and Sciences is pleased to announce the launching of a new academic major at Southeastern Bible College in the Fall of 2012.
The Arts and Sciences Program is intended for men and women who desire to deepen their ability to engage in informed Christian reflection about God’s creation and human life within it. Graduates of the program will now receive a double major, one in Bible and Theology and the other in Christian Thought and History. The first major provides students with a biblical point of reference for cultural engagement. The second major enhances critical thinking skills and furnishes knowledge of the philosophical and historical contexts that shape the world we inhabit; the world within which we seek to love God and incarnate the Christian faith. The Christian Thought and History major requires thirty-three hours of course work divided between philosophy, apologetics, and the history of Christianity.