Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and Their Muslim Problem

“This young man asked about the Ph.D. program, and I told him we don’t normally admit non-born-again believers to the seminary, but there is no reason we can’t,” said Paige Patterson, Southwestern’s president.

At Southwestern, if you agree to follow the seminary’s lifestyle covenant, which covers personal behavior such as smoking, drinking and sexual relations, you can enter as a student, even if you are a Muslim. So, let me get this straight: You cannot violate the 7th commandment, but you can violate the 1st anytime. Mormons, JW’s, Buddhists: I give you an open invitations.

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