Category: BF&M


The Baptist Faith and Message contains, in Article XV: The Christian and the Social Order, the following admonition: We should speak on behalf of the unborn and contend for the sanctity of all human life from conception to natural death. I have seen Southern Baptists use this statement as an argument against capital punishment (see […]

Interview with Dr. Danny Akin, Links to Resources

One of our aims at SBC Today is to be a resource for pastors, and this post is perhaps one of the best we’ve yet had at accomplishing that goal. Monday, Wes Kenney and I had the opportunity to sit down with President Danny Akin of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. After the interview, Dr. Akin […]

Interview with Dr. Albert Mohler

Robin Foster and I, along with blogger, pastor, and fellow Okie Scott Gordon, sat down this afternoon with Dr. Albert Mohler, president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. Mohler was in Oklahoma for the Pastor’s Conference preceding the 101st Annual Meeting of the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma, and was gracious enough to spend […]

Do Not Apologize for Truth

In Dr. Thomas White’s chapel message at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary on October 18, 2007, he spoke multitudes of truth. He addressed more truth about the issues concerning Southern Baptists in 48 minutes than many have heard in the past 2 years. Dr. White is a very articulate speaker and has the gift of saying […]

On Church Membership and Baptism

It was my privilege to serve as chairman of the resolutions committee of the Frisco Baptist Association (FBA) this year. We had our 114th annual meeting last night, and our committee presented five resolutions, all of which passed without opposition. Below is the text of the longest of the five, a resolution intended to begin […]