LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Six students with ties to Arkansas graduated from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Dec. 12.
R. Albert Mohler Jr. told the fall 2014 graduates of Southern Seminary their mission is to announce the birth of Christ and the clear truth of salvation. Southern Seminary conferred degrees upon 207 master’s and doctoral students during the 214th commencement exercises in Alumni Memorial Chapel.
Audio and video of Mohler’s address are available at sbts.edu/resources. A complete manuscript of the address, “To Give Knowledge of Salvation to His People: A Christmas Mandate for Christian Ministry,” is available at albertmohler.com.
Following are the six students with Arkansas ties: Ryan Broadhurst, of Bryant, Master of Divinity; Kevin Cox, of Batesville, Master of Divinity; Matt Slaughter, of Springdale, Master of Arts in church ministries; Jay P. Sorrows, of Hazen, Master of Divinity; Matthew Tyler, of Bentonville, Master of Divinity, and Edward Upton, of Rogers, Doctor of Ministry.