“This Week on the Hill” is a weekly roundup of campus news, announcements, and events from Southwestern Seminary and Scarborough College.
The Campus Clinic has flu shots available now for faculty, staff, families, and students. If insured with our Guidestone BCBS insurance, the cost is covered by the insurance. If not, then the cost for the flu vaccine is $20. Please call for an appointment time: 817-921-8880, or ext. 8880 from campus.
Ministry Now: Season 2 Begins
The second season of Ministry Now begins this week with host Katie McCoy interviewing Gregory Wills (Research Professor of Church History and Baptist Heritage). We will consider a question that may have crossed your mind recently: why should Christians vote?
Catch the first episode of season 2 on Facebook and YouTube this Thursday, 10/22, at 10am CT on Facebook and YouTube Premiere.
Early voting in the Naylor Student Center
There are still two more weeks of early voting available on campus in the Naylor Student Center. Stop by anytime during operating hours:
10/19-23: 8am-5pm10/24: 7am-7pm10/25: 11am-4pm10/26-30: 7am-7pm
Jack MacGorman donates personal library to Southwestern Seminary
J.W. “Jack” MacGorman, long-time professor of New Testament at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and namesake for the MacGorman Chapel and Performing Arts Center, is donating his personal library to the seminary.
“Dr. MacGorman is an incredible treasure of Gospel faithfulness who gave more than five decades in service to Southwestern Seminary,” says President Adam W. Greenway. “That he would now honor this institution with his library, papers, and other valuable items is even more evidence still of the blessing he has been to the seminary. A long-beloved and honored figure, Dr. MacGorman is the epitome of what it means to be a Southwesterner.”
MacGorman, who will celebrate his 100th birthday in December, devoted his career to the teaching and training of its students.
“We figure he has likely taught more [Southwestern] students than anyone has or ever will,” says MacGorman’s daughter, Linda, noting his first job after completing his first degree at the school was to begin teaching seminary students.
A two-time graduate of Southwestern, MacGorman began teaching at the seminary in 1948 when he joined the seminary faculty as professor of New Testament. He ultimately served for 53 years, retiring in 2001.
Read more here.
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