Between the Times “Q&A with the President of Southeastern”: A Call for our Readers to Submit Questions
One of the goals of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and Between the Times is to be a servant to the churches. Indeed, serving the churches is a part of our mission statement as we seek to be used by God to fulfill the Great Commission. If our school is not a servant to the Church then I believe we really have no reason to exist.
In light of this reality, we are launching a Between the Times “Q&A with the President of Southeastern Seminary.” We invite persons to submit questions to “Between the Times” and we will do our best to provide a helpful response. These questions may come from any particular area of Christian life. They may relate to Biblical and theological issues. They can also be related to the life of the local church, the Seminary, the Southern Baptist Convention or the greater evangelical/Christian world. We do not promise to answer every question submitted, but we will do our best to respond to as many as possible and certainly those that we believe would be of interest to a wide range of readers. On some occasions I may pass a question on to one of my colleagues who has more experience than I on that particular topic. That being the case, I may wind up not answering many (if any) questions at all! So, feel free to begin to pass questions along our way. We hope to be helpful and have some fun along the way as well. For those of us who know, love, and serve King Jesus, that makes all the sense in the world!