Southeastern-Baptist

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) is one of the largest seminary in the world located in Wake Forest, North Carolina. Founded in 1950 by the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), SEBTS is mandated to train ministers for churches all over the east coast of the United States. The seminary currently offers three Doctorate programs, two different Master of Theology programs with ten different specializations for its Master of Divinity program, eight other Masters degree program, and a number of certificate programs.

Similar to Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, the same articles of faith are affirmed by the Board of Trustees and faculty of the Southeastern – the Abstract of Principles and the Baptist Faith and Message 2000.

Dr. Daniel L. Akin is the sixth President of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. Akin succeeded Dr. Paige Patterson, who now is the president of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.

3 thoughts on “Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary

  1. Professors are extremely knowledgeable and always willing to help. Such a passion to equip and train people to go out and bring the gospel to all people. Have not been disappointed. Extremely strong ethics department too.”

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  2. There are a number of fabulous professors who are at the tops of their fields. Their Biblical language program is exceptional. There is a lot of homework, a very high grading scale, and standards are extremely high.

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