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An Evening with Karen Swallow Prior – free – April 7

The Center for Spiritual Formation and Evangelical Spirituality is hosting “An Evening with Karen Swallow Prior. Dr. Prior is a professor of English at Liberty University and a research fellow with the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention. She is the author of “Booked: Literature in the Soul of Me” and […]

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We’d Be a Mess Without Him – Meet Mr. Eugene.

His face, familiar. His smile, sincere. His gentle spirit, evident to all he meets. Without his diligence, Southeastern would surely be a mess. Who is he? Well, he’s Mr. Eugene, of course.

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Elders and Deacons – Submit questions here for 4/7 Casual Conversation

Should a church have a plurality of elders? Should elders be paid? Can women be deacons? Are all elders equal? Were Timothy and Titus Elders/Pastors? Which model of church¬†government should I support: Episcopalianism, Presbyterianism, or Congregationalism? ¬†How should elders be chosen? How does the authority of the elder compare with the authority of the congregation?* […]

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Here’s What’s Going on Around Southeastern – Week of March 23, 2015

Announcements for the week of March 23, 2015

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What is the Difference Between Race and Ethnicity?

Southeastern professor Dr. Matthew Mullins invites you to attend a guest lecture by Dr. Sheila Smith McKoy on Tuesday, March 26th from 12:30-3:20 in Appleby 102 on the topic of race and ethnicity. The lecture is open to the general public. Dr. Sheila Smith McKoy is the director of Africana Studies Program at N.C. State […]

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