ERLC president and Southern Seminary distinguished professor Russell Moore will lead students from Southern and other SBC seminaries in a unique two-day seminar on Christian Ethics on May 18-19. In this exclusive classroom setting, students will learn how to apply the gospel to foundational ethical issues and answer questions such as:
• How does the gospel shape an evangelical approach to ethics?
• How can I understand the community around me and its approach to cultural engagement?
• How do I navigate complicated ethical decisions that come up in my daily life?
• How should I understand essential ethical issues like bioethics, marriage, sanctity of life, religious liberty, sexuality, decision making, and many more?
SBTS Nashville students can take this class for course credit by registering for 29477-CT ERLC Seminar: Christian Ethics in Moodle. The course can count for either an elective or as a substitute for Introduction to Christian Ethics. The seminar will take place at the SBC building in downtown Nashville.
The Nashville extension center recently released its 18-month course rotation. This rotation, which features all core courses and selected electives, has courses listed through the spring semester of 2015-16. If everything goes as planned, the core element of the rotation will begin again in the summer of 2016, allowing students the opportunity to have each of their required courses offered once every year and a half. This rotation is subject to change and course availability will remain subject to student enrollment.
Southern Seminary students have a terrific opportunity to strengthen their writing skills through an initiative known as the Quality Enhancement Plan. This plan features writing instruction and feedback. For more information, please visit the SBTS website: http://www.sbts.edu/writing/.