Selected Writings of James Madison Pendleton
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James Madison Pendleton, Amos Cooper Dayton, and James Robinson Graves were known as "The Great Triumvirate" of the Landmark movement. His "An Old Landmark Reset" is considered a foundational document of this movement within the Southern Baptist Convention. (3 volume set)
James Madison Pendleton, writings
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About the Author
Thomas White, formerly Vice President for Student Services and Communications and Associate Professor of Systematic Theology at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, became the 10th president of Cedarville University on July 1, 2013. Serving in a variety of leadership roles and responsibilities, White has more than a decade of administrative, teaching, and research experience and combines strong leadership with a pastoral heart for ministry while standing for biblical truth.
In July 2004, White was called to serve at Southwestern Seminary in Texas as Director of Leadership Development. In June 2006, White became Vice President for Student Services and Communications. Serving as an executive leader as part of the President’s Cabinet, his administrative oversight included admissions, communications, international students, the chaplain, student life, financial aid, recreation center, the student center, housing, dining services, media services, and the on-campus conference center and hotel. In this role, White was also involved in strategic planning, accreditation, retention, and fundraising. White also served as Associate Professor of Systematic Theology at Southwestern Seminary, teaching in the Oxford University study program and as a visiting professor, along with his wife, Joy, at Word of Life Bible Institute in New York.
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White, Thomas, "Selected Writings of James Madison Pendleton" (2006). Faculty Books. 148.