Dr. Edwin Luther Copeland was Visiting Professor of Missions at SEBTS. This chapel address was presented during the Spring 1989 Convocation. In this message, Dr. Copeland's subject was "Three Particular Areas in which the Unitive Mission of Christ Uniquely Intersects with the Intellectual Mission of Theological Education." Dr. Copeland says that Western secular culture, religious pluralism, and the inner division of Christianity are major challenges in this area.
Caralie Brown was a retired teacher and gave this address for "Missionary Day." The scripture reading came from Acts 2:37-47. In this message, Brown speaks about her experiences helping to plant a church in northwest Raleigh, NC. Her theme is that the purpose of "church planting" is not to plant a church, per se, but rather to proclaim the gospel and be a church.
Dr. Brevard S. Childs was a leading Old Testament scholar during the 20th century and Professor of Old Testament at Yale Divinity School. This message is from a Spring Conference at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. The subject of the lecture was "Is Biblical Theology Still Possible?" Dr. Childs explores relevant works and recent history related to Biblical Theology, with an overall negative outlook on the state of the field.