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HARDIN-SIMMONS ISSUES FAQ ON LOGSDON, OTHER CAMPUS CHANGES

Hardin-Simmons University issued the following news release Friday, Feb. 21, concerning announcement of the closing of Logsdon Seminary and other changes at the university. HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSTIY NEWS RELEASE Jacob Brandt Director for University Marketing We have received a number of questions regarding the recent campus changes that were announced on Friday, February 14. In an effort to help publish answers

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HSU REPORT ON TRUSTEES ACTIONS

HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY February 14, 2020 Jacob Brandt At its February 2020 meeting, Hardin-Simmons University’s Board of Trustees took a number of significant steps to better position the institution financially to continue its mission to provide excellence in education enlightened by Christian faith and values. At the meeting, Board members challenged each other to support Hardin-Simmons University financially as well as

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HSU CLOSING LOGSDON SEMINARY

Hardin-Simmons University has announced closure of its Logsdon Seminary, which was established in 2004 as part of Logsdon School of Theology. The School of Theology will remain open. Logsdon Seminary offered master of divinity, master of arts, and master of arts in family ministry degrees, plus a doctor of ministry Logsdon School of Theology offers undergraduate majors in biblical studies,

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RIGHTEOUS WOMEN SAVE THE DAY

By LORETTA FULTON Dr. George Knight would have been proud. Three of his former students were featured speakers for the annual George Knight Lectures Oct. 28-29 at Hardin-Simmons University. Theme for lectures was “Women of the Old Testament,” with Dr. Susan Pigott, Dr. Robert Ellis, and Dr. Meredith Stone delivering the lectures. Knight, a professor for years at Logsdon School

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LEARNING LIFE FROM THE DYING

HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY While Lynsi Johnson has learned much from her professors at Logsdon School of Theology and Hardin-Simmons University, she learns about life from the people she serves as a chaplain and the people she meets on the streets. “The dying and the homeless are two populations that could teach the world a lot about humility and compassion for life,”

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MIRYAM

By SUSAN PIGOTT Why did they name you Miryam, Bitter Sea? Did they know how bitter life would be eclipsed by your brothers? Little girl keeping watch over Moses’ basket on bloodied Nile waters. Fearless girl, bartering with Pharaoh’s daughter to pay your mother as wet nurse. Prophetess by the Sea of Reeds, leading the women singing and dancing, hand

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JEWISH HISTORY, BEAUTY CELEBRATED

  By LORETTA FULTON Saturday, Oct. 27, was an ugly day. Eleven people who were worshipping at Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life Synagogue were murdered by a gunman whose hatred of Jews suddenly turned deadly. In Abilene, far from Pittsburgh, there were reminders that total strangers mourned alongside the loved ones of the victims and other Jews in Pittsburgh. Paul Cornelius,

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