Archive for April, 2013

Words for Worship Leaders (and the rest of us)

by Johnathan Pritchett Thank goodness the battle over hymns vs. praise choruses is just about over, a few diehards notwithstanding. Not only is it way past time to move on from that discussion, but it is time to start discussing more important matters — universal matters that should always be a part of the ongoing […]

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Daniel Parker: Two Seed in the Spirit Predestinarian Baptists

  Growing up in the 1950s and 60s, family reunions became part of my cultural education.   My kinfolk were mostly one or two generations removed from being church-going people. Therefore, after the Sunday dinner, the men of our clan enjoyed an assortment of thirst-quenchers.  Wash tubs filled with ice and colorful cans of Falstaff, Pabst, […]

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Dear Titus

By Walker Moore Dear Titus: I want to apologize for calling you a gummy bear. When I first saw the sonogram, I didn’t know what else to call you. All I could see was a tiny, black-and- white, blurry figure all crunched up. I had to squint my eyes and rotate the picture to make […]

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No one called anyone a traitor

by Norm Miller NOTE: Comments to this post are now closed. Reacting to a comment I made on the blog, SBCToday.com, the general editor of the Gospel Project Sunday school curriculum, Dr. Ed Stetzer, posted on April 10 the following on a blog funded by the Cooperative Program (which is supported by all Southern Baptists) […]

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The Indwelling of the Holy Spirit in Regeneration

by Bob Hadley NOTE: Comments are closed. A lot has been written about Jesus’ statement to Nicodemus, “Most assuredly, I say to you, unless one is born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God.” (Jn 3:3 NKJV) Jesus repeats Himself in verse 7, “Do not marvel that I said to you, ‘You must be […]

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