Dr. Hankins reflects on his denominational sojourn during the last couple of years, notes a “Reformation principle in trouble,” cites and defines “Missional Narcissism,” and advises the younger men of the SBC.
We forget that the secular person may have a feeling of awkwardness, even embarrassment, at entering our stain-glassed buildings.
Recently I had the privilege of preaching the chapel service at Southern Seminary and participating in a Q&A with Dr. Al Mohler afterwards. In many ways, those events completed an arc that began for me almost two years ago.
The majority of contemporary commentators affirm that the group described in Heb 6:4–6 are genuine believers. The ablest defender in recent times of the viewpoint that 6:4-6 speaks of false believers is ….
I’ve been asked to display the cross I carried up Mount Kilimanjaro at the Baptist Messenger booth. On my climb up the mountain, I learned seven things about the cross. Here they are: