(RNS) – A Baptist professor and his wife were killed in a fiery collision with an alleged drag racer on Friday morning (Nov. 6.)
According to news reports, Ben Arbour and his wife, Meg, were driving home from a date early Friday morning when a car that was racing on Risinger Road in Fort Worth struck their vehicle.
Their car burst into flames and both the Arbours and the other driver were killed.
The Arbours, who were both 39, left behind four children, ages 10 to 16.
Arbour, who earned a doctorate from the University of Bristol, was a two-time graduate of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and taught there as an adjunct professor in the spring of 2020. He also taught philosophy at Weatherford College.