Category: Salvation

Theological Terminology Thursday:
The Study of Specialized Words Relating to Theology

Election

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Theological Terminology Thursday:
The Study of Specialized Words Relating to Theology

Election

By Ron F. Hale, Minister of Missions, West Jackson Baptist Church, Jackson, TN My fingers eagerly tore into a package that resulted in a “free” book. The book came to me as I pastored in the Kansas City area in 1989. The title of the book was: Southern Baptists and the Doctrine of Election by […]

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Backsliding is Not a New Testament Message

By Bob Williford, former director of the Hope Migrant Mission Center at the Migrant Farm Labor Center near Hope, Arkansas, a ministry of the Arkansas Baptist Convention. For many years I have studied what seems to be an obvious abuse of terminology within the Evangelical Community. Backsliding is often used to describe the sin of […]

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Monday Exposition Idea:
The Centerpiece of Christianity
(Galatians 6:14)

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Monday Exposition Idea:
The Centerpiece of Christianity
(Galatians 6:14)

By Franklin L. Kirksey, Pastor, First Baptist Church of Spanish Fort, Alabama, and author of Sound Biblical Preaching: Giving the Bible a Voice. These expositions by Dr. Kirksey are offered to suggest sermon or Bible study ideas for pastors and other church leaders, both from the exposition and from the illustrative material, or simply for […]

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Our Foundation Stands in Christ Alone

By Bob Williford, former director of the Hope Migrant Mission Center at the Migrant Farm Labor Center near Hope, Arkansas, a ministry of the Arkansas Baptist Convention. The life of the believer in Christ has foundation in Him alone for He alone is our Source. When we are born physically into our earthly families there […]

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Distinctive Baptist Beliefs:
Nine Marks that Separate Baptists from Presbyterians
Distinctive Baptist Belief #9:
Decisional Conversion/Gospel Invitations (not Confirmation)

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Distinctive Baptist Beliefs:
Nine Marks that Separate Baptists from Presbyterians
Distinctive Baptist Belief #9:
Decisional Conversion/Gospel Invitations (not Confirmation)

By Dr. Lemke, Provost, Professor of Philosophy and Ethics, occupying the McFarland Chair of Theology, Director of the Baptist Center for Theology and Ministry, and Editor of the Journal for Baptist Theology and Ministry at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Introduction/Summary This series has attempted to delineate historical doctrinal differences between Baptists and Presbyterians. Most […]

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