Category Archives: Southern Baptist Convention
The Baptist Bogeyman by Ed Stetzer
Here is a thought provoking post by Ed Stetzer who is the VP of LifeWay Christian Resources. I agree with much of what Ed says in this article. Southern Baptist are typically known more for what they are against or … Continue reading
Johnny Hunt on Learning from Those Who See Things Differently
Source: the Resurgence.com Dustin Neeley At the recent Advance the Church Conference in Raleigh, NC, I sat down with Johnny Hunt, Pastor of FBC Woodstock and recent SBC President to talk about a number of topics. In this video, Johnny … Continue reading
Southern Baptist? Reformed?
If I was asked are you a Southern Baptist? Are you Reformed? My answer is Yes! Yes! Both!! I am a Reformed Southern Baptist. I found the following interesting: The following is by pastor Justin Nale: Am I a Reformed … Continue reading
Calvinism Is Back
Christian faith: Calvinism is back / The Christian Science Monitor – CSMonitor.com. Christian faith: Calvinism is back In America’s Christian faith, a surprising comeback of rock-ribbed Calvinism is challenging the Jesus-is-your-buddy gospel of modern evangelism. By Josh Burek, Staff writer of … Continue reading
Why Ed Stetzer is a Southern Baptist?
Ed Stetzer has written a blog post defining why he a Southern Baptist. His primary role is President of LifeWay Research and LifeWay’s Missiologist in Residence for the Southern Baptist Convention. Here is the repost: As I sit in Asia working … Continue reading
10 Highlights and Lowlights from the SBC Annual Meeting
Timmy Brister is a young pastor being trained under the leadership of Tom Ascol. I have enjoyed reading his blog the past few years as he worked through Southern Seminary and then transitioned to Grace Baptist Cape Coral Florida. This … Continue reading
An Unregenerate Denomination?
This is a challenging post about the state of SBC churches in particular but probably accurate of the church at large. At the SBC convention last year there was a resolution passed calling for regenerate church membership and integrity in … Continue reading