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Category: Guest Author

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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Rebuke One Who Has Understanding and He Will Discern Knowledge

We welcome back Dr. Malcolm Yarnell as a guest contributor. Below are his thoughts concerning Mark Driscoll and the comments of Dr. John MacArthur concerning Driscoll. For over a year now, I have been deeply concerned about some of the teaching that is being propagated by the leader of a Seattle church and of the […]

The Family of Christ

Today we present to you this post from guest author Dr. Malcolm Yarnell, Associate Professor of Systematic Theology & Director of the Center for Theological Research at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Then His mother and brothers came to Him, but they could not meet with Him because of the crowd. He was told, “Your mother and Your […]

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The Measure of Success

Today we present an article written by Tennessee pastor Joe White. Brother Joe is the pastor of the Thompson Springs Baptist Church in Cleveland, Tennessee. He earned his Bachelors Degree in Theology from Andersonville Theological Seminary in Camilla, Georgia and his Associates Degree in Business Administration from Cleveland State Community College in Cleveland, Tennessee. He […]

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