Will Southwestern violate Texas State law???

The Texas Business Organizations Code governing non-profit corporations provides that:

A member of a corporation, on written demand stating the purpose of the demand, is entitled to examine and copy at the member’s expense, in person or by agent, accountant, or attorney, at any reasonable time and for a proper purpose, the books and records of the corporation relevant to that purpose. § 22.351

So if the “sole member” of Southwestern Seminary’s corporate board is the Southern Baptist Convention; and if Wade Burleson is a Southern Baptist; and if Dwight McKissic is a Southwestern Seminary trustee; is it possible for Van McClain and Paige Patterson to deny them access to minutes of public, plenary sessions of the board?

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