Experienced Southern Baptist missionaries are in the midst of a soul-searching period of transition as they prayerfully consider the options presented to them in the Voluntary Retirement Incentive plan. Three options are worth consideration. Two are immediately obvious, while the third is the primary subject of this post.
For whose sins did Jesus die? Who are the elect? Is the sinner’s prayer biblical? What exactly is T.U.L.I.P.? Ever had questions like these?
The SBCToday staff has closed comments on the blog until January 2 due to the holiday season. The site otherwise will remain active. Those who wish to comment on Dr. Harwood’s post — “SBTS and the BFM” — may do so after the break.
You can now post your comments to Dr. Adam Harwood’s essay at SBC Today. “Does Southern Seminary have an institutional commitment to a theological position which is not affirmed in the BFM and excludes many Southern Baptists?” Follow the link below for the full article. http://sbctoday.com/?p=9715
Tomorrow, Dr. Eric Hankins blogs for SBCToday in a post titled: “Jason Allen and The Gospel Project.” Excerpt: “Because Dr. Allen is a fairly unknown commodity, I read his dissertation and found it to be a very relevant piece of scholarship for the present hour in the life of our Southern Baptist Convention.”