Category: Announcements

The BioLogos-Southern Baptist Theologian Dialogue:
Is Darwinism Theologically Neutral?

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The BioLogos-Southern Baptist Theologian Dialogue:
Is Darwinism Theologically Neutral?

How should Twenty-first Century Christians interpret the creation accounts in the book of Genesis?  How can these biblical creation accounts be reconciled with contemporary scientific accounts? Is theistic evolution tenable, or should we believe in creationism or intelligent design? We posted an announcement earlier about a dialogue addressing these questions, an ongoing dialogue between some […]

Get the NOBTS iPhone App Free at the iTunes Store

As you come to New Orleans for the 2012 SBC Convention, you might want to download the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary iPhone app, which was released this Spring. The NOBTS app has many of the features can help you while you’re in town, and others that you may find helpful at any time: The […]

The Apologetics in the Local Church Conference
is coming April 13th!

Christians in our churches are under attack. Now, more than ever, we are called upon to defend our faith. Apologetics is needed in our local churches. With this in mind, on Friday, April 13, 2012, The Apologetics in the Local Church Conference, hosted by the Institute for Christian Apologetics and the Baptist Center for Theology […]

Free Access to the Newest Issue of
Journal for Baptist Theology and Ministry

How did the Arminian and Calvinistic beliefs help shape the doctrine of salvation in the Southern Baptist Convention today? The Baptist Center for Theology and Ministry of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary has published its most recent edition of the Journal for Baptist Theology and Ministry (JBTM), on the theme of “Calvinist, Arminian, and Baptist […]

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Greer-Heard Point-Counterpoint Forum 2012 – A dialogue between Dr. Michael Shermer and Dr. Gary Habermas.

What happens when we die? The answer depends on who you ask. If you ask an atheist, you’ll hear a completely different answer than if you ask a Christian. These two worldviews are often polar opposites. That is especially true with this question. On April 13 and 14, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary is hosting […]