Southeastern Seminary honors 17 with Florida ties
Jul 23, 2012
By SEBTS STAFF

WAKE FOREST, N.C. (SEBTS)—Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, N.C., celebrated its spring commencement May 24 with 207 graduates from 24 states and seven foreign countries receiving degrees. 

Among those awarded associate, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees were 15 students with ties from Florida. Another two students earned undergraduate degrees granted by the seminary’s Southeastern College at Wake Forest.

From the seminary, Earning the doctor of education degree, Robert Allen Magruder, Lithia; and Raymond McCoy, Summerlin. Earning a master of arts in Christian studies was David K. Booth, Dunedin and Stephen Charles Robert, Plant City; in Christian ethics, Andrew Bradley King, Ocala; in Old Testament, Lucy J. Collins, Bartow; in biblical counseling, Rachel Grace Young, Lakeland: in Christian education and biblical counseling, Andrew Hoffman, Kissimmee.

Earning the master of divinity with Christian ministry, Richard Noah Raulerson, Hilliard and Stephen Van Bever, Palm Bay; with North American church planting, Daniel Scott Raymond Buston, Brandon; and with student ministry, Jonathan Edward Garon, Saint Cloud. Earning the master of theology, David M. Rathel, Westville; Arthur Joseph Robbins, Pensacola; and Aaron Matthew Still, Palm Bay. 

Erin Nicole Cooney, Crestview, and Robin Marie Dyal, Starke, earned the master of arts in intercultural studies from the College at Southeastern.

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