Category: SBC Issues

Democratic Congregationalism, A Seventh Baptist Distinctive in Peril (Part 2)

Today, we are pleased to present part two (click here for the entire essay) of this essay which will be presented in two parts. After part two is published, the entire essay will be available on the resource page in .pdf format, and a post dedicated to discussion of the issues raised by Dr. Yarnell […]

Dr. Russell Moore – What Are The Major Issues of Today? (Part 3)

In this third part of Dr. Moore’s presentation (click here for the audio), he continues with “Dangers to the SBC.” He states that we are turning from our roots which were based in rural or labor type people. We have the picture of the person we want to reach, and it does not match our […]

Dr. Russell Moore – What Are The Major Issues of Today? (Part 2)

In the second part of our six-part presentation (access the audio by clicking here), Dr. Moore gives a brief history lesson concerning Evangelicalism and the SBC. In it he says that there were some benefits from Evangelicalism that helped foster the conservative resurgence. But he also states this was filtered through pastors like W. A. […]

Dr. Russell Moore – What Are The Major Issues of Today?

On July 9th, 2007, I had the awesome privilege to hear Dr. Russell Moore deliver a message on the major issues facing the Southern Baptist Convention, and now we have the privilege of sharing it with our readers. Dr. Moore is the Dean of the School of Theology and the Senior Vice President for Academic […]

Wives and the Homemaking Concentration

We are pleased to have published a piece by Terri Stovall, Ph. D., Dean of Women’s Programs at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, regarding their controversial undergraduate homemaking concentration. Click here to read Dr. Stovall’s piece, Teaching What is Good – The Homemaking Concentration at Southwestern. In the fall of 2003 I received a phone call […]