Category: Doctrine

Poisoning the Fountains of Truth: Part One

This is part of an article originally published January 1922 in the Southwestern Journal of Theology by Dr. L. R. Scarborough entitled, “Poisoning the Fountains of Truth.” It was republished in the most recent Southwestern Journal of Theology, “Baptists and Unity.” May a voice of our past speak to us today. Below is part one […]

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Misunderstanding, Monikers, and Misrepresentations: Reflections of an Under 40 Pastor in the SBC Part 2

But thanks be to God, who always leads us in triumph in Christ, and manifests through us the sweet aroma of the knowledge of Him in every place. 15 For we are a fragrance of Christ to God among those who are being saved and among those who are perishing; 16 to the one an […]

Issues Surrounding Wm. P. Young's The Shack

Without question William Paul Young’s novel, The Shack, has generated much discussion.  Today’s podcast is audio from this past Wednesday night service at my church, Claycomo Baptist Church, in Kansas City, Missouri. As you will hear about some of them in this podcast, I am indebted to many people who have posted great resources online […]

Hate the Spin

When I was in college at John Brown University in the early 1990’s, I loved playing foosball. I played every day, at all hours. It’s possible that, had I not loved it so much, I might not now be working my way through Liberty University’s distance learning program, but I digress. I was never a […]

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Are You Hearing These Questions?

Some are saying that questions are being asked that are not being answered. The only questions that I have heard asked relate, not to change, but to control. It seems that these questions began back in 2005-06 at the call for change coming from a disgruntled International Mission Board (IMB) trustee. This call and the […]

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