Category: John 3:16

Dr. David L. Allen, 2013 John 3:16 Presentation, Part 1/3

Below is a portion of a March 21-22, 2013 John 3:16 Conference presentation. Read the Baptist Press article about the conference here: http://www.bpnews.net/BPnews.asp?ID=39992 A free e-book containing the 2013 John 3:16 Conference presentations is scheduled to be released at SBC Today on May 30, 2013. Does Regeneration Precede Faith? David L. Allen, Ph.D.   Introduction […]

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Dr. David Allen @ the John 3:16 Conference

Does Regeneration Precede Faith? *As this is a summary of Dr. Allen’s manuscript, some footnotes that would normally appear may have been omitted. “Most Calvinists believe that regeneration precedes faith,” said David Allen at the March 21-22 John 3.16 Conference held at North Metro First Baptist Church outside Atlanta, Ga. Allen cited Boettner, Pink, Sproul […]

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Dr. Jerry Vines @ John 3:16 Conference

“This is currently the burning question in Southern Baptist life: ‘For whose sins did Jesus die?’” Dr. Jerry Vines — organizer of the John 3.16 Conference held at North Metro First Baptist Church March 21-22 – was the conference’s initial plenary speaker. “I want to attempt to answer the  question biblically.… I want to know […]

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Dr. Caner @ John 3.16 Conference

Salvation in the eyes of the local church Dr. Emir Caner, president of Truett-McConnell College — addressed issues surrounding varying understandings of salvation within SBC churches, particularly in the discussion of Calvinism. He stated that the understanding of salvation impacts the local church and its effectiveness in fulfilling the Great Commission. Because of the many […]

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John 3:16 Pre-conference Interview with Steve Gaines

In the weeks preceding this year’s John 3.16 Conference (see ad to right), SBCToday will post interviews with each person scheduled to speak at the Conference. The following interview is with Dr. Steve Gaines — pastor of the famed Bellevue Baptist Church outside of Memphis, Tenn., — who succeeded Dr. Adrian Rogers in 2005. To […]

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