Category: Guest Author

Evangelism: The Work of the Resurrection

I’m grateful to Dr. David Mills, Associate Professor of Evangelism and Assistant Dean of Applied Ministry at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, for writing and allowing us to publish this great challenge for us regarding evangelism. In the resurrection chapter of 1 Corinthians 15, Paul says much about evangelism. He says he declares to the Corinthians […]

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A Three-Planked Revival: The Relevance of the Past for a Great Commission Resurgence

Guest Contributor, Dr. Malcolm Yarnell III, again graces our site with an insightful article on how revival in our convention has been shaped in the past. May the Lord move mightily in our churches as he has in the past! At the beginning of the 20th century, Southern Baptists numbered 1.6 million people. And now, […]

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One Young Pastor/Professor's Thoughts

We’re pleased to welcome another first-time contributor to SBC Today.  Dr. Brad Reynolds is currently the Assistant Professor of Christian Education at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.  Dr. Reynolds holds degrees from Criswell College, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and the College of William and Mary.  He has been teaching at Southeastern since 2003. He has been […]

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Should ‘the kids’ rule the SBC roost?

Today we are honored to have an article by guest contributor Nathan Lino. Nathan is pastor of Northeast Houston Baptist Church and a former Southern Baptist of Texas Convention vice president. Originally this article was published in the Southern Baptist Texan. It is reproduced online here by permission. Anyone who dabbles at all in cultural […]

Merritt and the ACLU On Same Page

Below is a post from guest contributor Tim Guthrie. Tim is Senior Pastor of Arlington Baptist Church in Knoxville Tennessee. To comment on this post, you can go to Tim’s blog here. USA Today ran an article by Jonathan Merritt exposing his own views (not those of the norm in SBC life) related to homosexuality. […]

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