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Archive for February, 2012

BREAKING NEWS ON THE SBC NAME CHANGE

SBC Convention President Bryant Wright presented Jimmy Draper, chairman of the SBC Name Change Task Force, to the SBC Executive Committee meeting in Nashville this evening (Monday, February 20th). The task force was appointed by President Wright, and thus is making its recommendation to him, who as a member of the Executive Committee could present […]

Monday Exposition Idea:
Vintage Christianity
(John 15:1-8)

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Monday Exposition Idea:
Vintage Christianity
(John 15:1-8)

By Franklin L. Kirksey, Pastor, First Baptist Church of Spanish Fort, Alabama, and author of Sound Biblical Preaching: Giving the Bible a Voice. These expositions by Dr. Kirksey are offered to suggest sermon or Bible study ideas for pastors and other church leaders, both from the exposition and from the illustrative material, or simply for […]

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The Top Blog Posts of the Week

by the Contributing Editors of SBC Today This is a list of recent blog posts which we found interesting.  That we found them interesting doesn’t mean we necessarily agree with or endorse the ideas presented in the posts, but that we found them to be intriguing and thought-provoking.  (They are listed in no particular order […]

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Religious Discrimination at Vanderbilt, Part 4:
Why Is the Vanderbilt Administration
Ignoring Nationwide Appeals to
Reconsider Its Religious Discrimination Policy?

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Religious Discrimination at Vanderbilt, Part 4:
Why Is the Vanderbilt Administration
Ignoring Nationwide Appeals to
Reconsider Its Religious Discrimination Policy?

Dr. Steve Lemke is Provost, Professor of Philosophy and Ethics, and McFarland Chair of Theology at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He also serves as Director of the Baptist Center for Theology and Ministry, and the Editor of the Journal for Baptist Theology and Ministry. This is the fourth of a four-part series on the religious […]

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Breaking News

Vanderbilt University is now targeting the Baptist Collegiate Ministry on the Vanderbilt campus. The Vanderbilt BCM has been told if they even require that their leaders have “faith,” then it is discriminatory. See the story in Baptist Press. We plead with all Baptists and Christians to stand up against the Vanderbilt administration’s discrimination against Christians. […]