Category: Baptist Identity

Does God Have Two Wills? | Part One

Ronnie Rogers is senior pastor of Trinity Baptist Church in Norman, Okla.

…God’s revelation to man does in fact declare that He sincerely desires that every individual believe upon the Lord Jesus Christ and be saved, which is the unabashed banner of those who reject Calvinism…

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5. Requiring Baptists to be Baptists

Rick Mug 2015 - Version 8

The membership requirements for a church to remain in friendly cooperation with the Southern Baptist Convention are so weak that we run the risk of watering down our doctrinal standards in the areas of baptism and congregational polity.

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Extensivism’s View of the Origin of Sin and God’s Offer of Salvation | Conclusion

Ronnie Rogers is senior pastor of Trinity Baptist Church in Norman, Okla.

God knows everything infinitely, even sin, although He has never sinned, while man only knew about sin by trusting what God said prior to choosing to sin…

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Evaluating Missions Support Tricky

Rick Mug 2015 - Version 8

This essay does not call into question the desire of our churches to reach the nations. Further, I celebrate all missionary approaches within our denomination, even if these approaches do not fall into the category of my preferred CP Plan approach.

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Extensivism’s View of the Origin of Sin and God’s Offer of Salvation | Part Two

Ronnie Rogers is senior pastor of Trinity Baptist Church in Norman, Okla.

The very thing that makes love so romantic, mercy so tender, compassion so endearing, marriage so enchanting, and commitment so noble is the reality that the person could have chosen to do otherwise.

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