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Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond

With the news that Baptist Theological Seminary in Richmond will close, are Cooperative Baptist Fellowship members and entities committed to strengthening the remaining schools? Maybe. […] Read More

El Mozote is hidden in the countryside of El Salvador. In 1981, this small village became the site of a horrific massacre. As a tactical move by the army during the country’s civil war, approximately 1,000 innocent village residents were slaughtered. Thirty-six years later, I visited El Mozote with my Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond […] Read More

A Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond trip to El Salvador coincided with the Trump administration’s Jan. 9 decision to end temporary protected status for 200,000 Salvadorans. The decision seemingly led up to the intolerable behavior of our elected leader’s sideways comment on Jan. 11 concerning immigrants from which he deemed to be “shithole countries,” stating […] Read More

A recent Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond’s Mission Immersion Experience to El Salvador brought to light an issue that I had given little thought to – internally displaced persons (IDPs) within the country of El Salvador itself. While we were there, the announcement was made that the U.S. was ending temporary protected status for Salvadorans […] Read More