Three Southern Baptist seminary faculty members have resigned their positions, vacating ministries that previously had placed them in the news.
Christian George resigned on May 3 “due to a personal moral failing,” according to Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, while Sills resigned on May 23. No reason for Sills resignation was stated by Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, which deferred instead to say, “this is a personnel matter, we cannot comment further.”
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Meanwhile, Alvin Reid resigned from the faculty of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, May 21.
Reid, SEBTS senior professor of evangelism and student ministry, wrote on his website that he resigned “to address personal and spiritual issues in my life.”
SEBTS declined comment beyond, “our institutional policy dictates that all personnel matters are confidential.”
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