“For several years, Southwestern Seminary has operated a dig at Tel Gezer in Israel. During that time we have been joined in the effort by around 20 of our own students and about 60 students from secular schools and religious schools. We have had both Israelis and Muslims.One of these young men from a Muslim background loved our people and asked to study with us. He accepted the necessity of abiding by our moral code of conduct. He is a man of peace, and we agreed to admit him into the archeology program.”
What do you think about non-Christians being allowed to study at the seminary?
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