Southern Evangelical Seminary

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Southern Evangelical Seminary
Type Private
Established 1992
Affiliation Non-denominational
President Richard Land
Location Matthews, North Carolina
Website http://www.ses.edu

Southern Evangelical Seminary is a Christian college in Matthews, North Carolina near Charlotte. The seminary was established in 1992 by Norman Geisler and Ross Rhoads. The college, Southern Evangelical Bible College (SEBC) was established in 2004. SES has also been a member organization of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability since 1999.[1]


Faculty

SES (& SEBC) faculty includes Barry Leventhal, Thomas Howe, Richard Howe, J. T. Bridges, Brian Huffling, Doug Potter, Floyd Elmore, Melton Winstead, Timothy Brown and Christina Woodside.[citation needed]

SES Adjunct faculty includes Gary Habermas, Kenneth Baker, Michael Brown, Frank Turek, Jeff Lenhart, B. J. Mauser, Dan Brubaker, Rebekah Land and Daniel Janosik.

References

  1. ^ http://www.ecfa.org/MemberProfile.aspx?ID=10452

External links

  • Official website

Coordinates: 35°03′27″N 80°44′03″W / 35.0575°N 80.7341°W / 35.0575; -80.7341

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