Category: Evangelism

Theological Vocabulary Thursday
The Free Offer of the Gospel

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Theological Vocabulary Thursday
The Free Offer of the Gospel

  By Ron F. Hale, Minister of Missions, West Jackson Baptist Church. Jackson, TN Does God have a universal saving will that desires the salvation of all people who will believe, or was our Lord’s atonement only sufficient for some? Should the Gospel be preached to all indiscriminately with the purpose of calling everyone to […]

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Lessons Learned from Iraq that Apply to Ministry Anywhere:
A Southern Baptist Chaplain in Action

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Lessons Learned from Iraq that Apply to Ministry Anywhere:
A Southern Baptist Chaplain in Action

By Dr. Page Brooks, Chaplain for the Louisiana National Guard, Assistant Professor of Theology and Islamic Studies at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, and Founding Co-Pastor of the Mosaic Church in New Orleans Throughout the Bible we see where God sometimes leads individuals into the desert to teach them some powerful spiritual lessons. Whether it […]

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A Further Explanation about GCR

By Dr. Ted Traylor, Pastor, Olive Baptist Church, Pensacola, FL Dr. Ted Traylor, Pastor of Olive Baptist Church in Pensacola, Florida and member of the Great Commission Resurgence Task Force, shared his perspective about GCR on the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary campus recently in a GCR Pastor’s Conference, an event sponsored by the Leavell Center […]

Thursday is for Theological Terminology:
The Study of Specialized Words relating to Theology

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Thursday is for Theological Terminology:
The Study of Specialized Words relating to Theology

by Ron F. Hale, Minister of Missions, West Jackson Baptist Church, Jackson, TN Heilsgeschichte (Holy History) My seminary class was just after lunch and I was already suffering from sleep deprivation due to late nights of study and long days of labor.  As my professor articulated this German theological term my eyes and mind awakened […]

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Student Not Better than Teacher

Dr. David Crosby, Pastor, First Baptist Church, New Orleans, LA A friend told me last Sunday, “I want to take the country back.” He meant by this, I think, that he wanted to return to a time when the United States seemed to operate within a Protestant ethos. My own sense of Christianity and the […]

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