Category: Salvation

The TULIP of Calvinism
In Light of History and the Baptist Faith and Message

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The TULIP of Calvinism
In Light of History and the Baptist Faith and Message

Dr. Malcolm B. Yarnell III is Director of the Center for Theological Research and Associate Professor of Systematic Theology at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. Recently, Dr. Danny Akin reissued his classic article on Calvinism at a sister blogsite. We welcome that re-contribution to the ongoing conversation. In that same spirit, a […]

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Recovering the Gospel — Why Belief in an Unlimited Atonement Matters

By David L. Allen, Professor of Preaching, George W. Truett Chair of Ministry, Director of the Southwestern Center for Expository Preaching, and Dean of the School of Theology at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. Allen is co-author of Whosoever Will: a Biblical-Theological Critique of Five-Point Calvinism. Article 3 addresses the Atonement of Christ. It consists of […]

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A Reply to Dr. Mohler

Adam Harwood, PhD Assistant Professor of Christian Studies Truett-McConnell College Cleveland, Georgia Dr. Mohler, I am thankful for you and find myself in agreement with most of your comments in your June 6 article entitled, “Southern Baptists and Salvation: It’s Time to Talk.” The impact of your service to the Lord and leadership in theological […]

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Semi-Pelagianism? A Plea for Clarity and Charity

By Malcolm B. Yarnell III, Associate Professor of Systematic Theology, Director of the Oxford Study Program, Director of the Center for Theological Research, and Editor of the Southwestern Journal of Theology at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Recently, the charge of semi-Pelagianism was leveled against the signatories of the statement on the traditional Southern Baptist view […]

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A Response to Dr. Al Mohler
Regarding “A Statement of the Traditional Baptist
Understanding of God’s Plan of Salvation”

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A Response to Dr. Al Mohler
Regarding “A Statement of the Traditional Baptist
Understanding of God’s Plan of Salvation”

By Dr. Eric Hankins, Pastor of the First Baptist Church in Oxford, Mississippi I am appreciative of Dr. Mohler’s willingness to reply to our Statement, and I agree with much of it. He is a statesman whose influence on Southern Baptist life is inestimable, and he is owed a debt of gratitude for his tireless […]

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