Each group (Generals and Particulars) became known for their view of the atonement of Christ. The Particular Baptists held to a “particular redemption” or limited atonement. The General Baptists were more Arminian and held to a “universal” or general atonement by which Christ died for all sinners and those who believe in Jesus will be saved.
Happy belated birthday Billy! We at SBC Today and Connect 316 are thankful for all of the souls that have been saved by God through your ministry! Thank you for all of the altar calls, the sinner’s prayers, and the sharing of the gospel with all of the whosoevers. Happy 96th Birthday!
The separation of church and state means that we will render unto Caesar that which is Caesar’s, and we will. But the preaching of the church of God does not belong to Caesar, and we will not hand it over to him. Not now. Not ever.
by Norm Miller Norm Miller is the director of communications and marketing at Truett-McConnell College. The election of Fred Luter as the SBC’s first African-American president brought affirming nods from secular and religious media. But the racism of a few members of the First Baptist Church in Crystal Springs, Miss., continues to garner condemnation from […]
By Joe McKeever, Preacher, Cartoonist, Pastor, and retired Director of Missions at the Baptist Association of Greater New Orleans. The four-year-old who says, “I can do it by myself” has a lot in common with the typical pastor. Pastors are notorious for their lone ranger approach to ministry. It’s what I call the number one […]