Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary's Podcast consists of chapel and conference messages, devotionals and promotional information in both audio and video format. Southeastern hopes you will find this information instructive and encouraging in your walk with Jesus Christ as world renowned pastors, preachers and professors teach God's Word and discuss important biblical topics related to the church and our culture. You can learn more about Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary by visiting us on the web at www.sebts.edu.
Danny Akin – God's Final Invitation – Revelation 22
Danny Akin walks us through several important invitations and focuses on God's final invitation to come to Him and be saved.
Danny Akin – 8 Wonderful Truths About Eternity and Heaven – Revelation 21-22:5
Danny Akin reminds us of the incredible promise of a New Heaven and a New Earth that Christ has established.
Lenin Almonte - Firm in the Midst of Suffering - 1 Peter 5:6-11
Lenin Almonte reminds us that God's grace enables us to stand firm in the mist of suffering.
David Russell – A Display of the Gospel – Ephesians 3:8-10
David Russell shows us how the Church is involved in making God's wisdom know to rulers, authorities and the heavenly places.
Paul Chitwood – The World's Greatest Problem – Revelation 20:11-15
Paul Chitwood shows us the God's solution to the world's greatest problem and how evil will be cast into the lake of fire.
Dwayne Milioni – Escaping God's Judging Righteousness – Revelation 18
Dwayne Milioni shows us the importance of emphasizing all of God's attributes and the dangers of avoiding the reality of His righteous judgment.
Wide Range of Topics and Content
This podcast has many great and challenging episodes covering a wide variety of topics from a variety of venues at SEBTS (Chapel, Library Talks, 9 Marks, etc). Keep it up.
I a so appreciative that SEBTS posts the chapel services online! Being a distance learner I am so grateful that I can plug in and listen to chapel each week and feel a little more connected to campus. Chapel messages help bridge the gap between off campus students and on campus students. It’s nice to be a little more connected!
Just “Library Talk”
Several of the topics tend to be more about who wrote what and not a lot of content. I was hoping to learn more about content than just authors. Very little substance here.