Category Archives for Evangelism

Child Evangelism and Calvinism

December 3, 2014

Editor’s Note: We generally do not publish anonymous works. However, the desire of this author to remain unidentified while describing personal situations prompted an exception in this case.

I’m a former Calvinist who could really use some help. When evangelizing Jews, atheists, Jehovah’s Witnesses or any other type of person, there are a lot of resources to guide me. But I haven’t found any help on how to witness to a confused child—young or adult—of a Calvinist. I experienced the new Reformed movement without the influence of the non-Calvinist majority. I have seen it for the past fifteen years—long enough to observe its affects on the second generation. As I share examples from my former church, friends and relatives, I must keep these details vague in order to protect both their identities and mine. For this reason, I am writing anonymously.

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President Patterson Affirmed by SWBTS Trustees

October 24, 2014

by Ron F. Hale

The board of trustees of the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary met on October 22nd and affirmed the leadership and evangelistic heart of Dr. Paige Patterson. This comes after board Chairman Steven James, of Lake Charles, Louisiana promised messengers in the Baltimore convention that an investigation would ensue.

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