by Walker Moore You would think since I’ve written a book and continue writing a weekly article that I have some kind of degree in English or writing, but I don’t. I went to a conservative Christian college and received a Bachelor of Science in Liberal Studies. That means I took lots of classes but […]
While there are some who may honestly and sincerely ask, “Where is a public invitation to the preaching of the gospel ever seen in the Bible?”, a far more appropriate and accurate question might legitimately be, “Where in the Bible is a public invitation to the preaching of the gospel not seen?”
“And I will go about Your altar, O Lord, that I may proclaim with the voice of thanksgiving and declare all Your wonders” Ps 26.6b,7 (NASB). SBC Today is pleased to announce a new feature: the Altar Call Report. As often as God is at work in your church through evangelism and baptisms, stop by […]
At the 2013 Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting in Houston, Robin Foster asked an excellent question of Kevin Ezell during his North American Mission Board report: “After seeing last night that word was put out that we work together with Acts 29 and that we have partnerships, could you clarify that and also define exactly […]
Religious liberty was a foreign concept to most early Americans prior to the Revolutionary War of 1776. Borrowing an old world concept, each colony usually sponsored a state church. Taxes supported the clergy and it was unlawful to not attend church in some of the colonies. Religious dissenters were dealt with quickly and sometimes crudely.