Jonathan Carter | Editor SBC Today Meet me in St. Louis! Okay, not me, but us–all of us here at SBC Today! We are excited to announce the plans for the 2016 SBC Banquet! Enjoy a delicious dinner, hear gifted speakers share inspiring messages and receive a variety of complimentary ministry resources (Free books!). You […]
Fifteen questions about the management practices and philosophy of the International Mission Board remain unanswered despite multiple attempts through several channels to get specific details about how Southern Baptists’ $300 million cooperative overseas evangelistic effort is being led.
The membership requirements for a church to remain in friendly cooperation with the Southern Baptist Convention are so weak that we run the risk of watering down our doctrinal standards in the areas of baptism and congregational polity.
I would be interested to explore how a Calvinist who is not a supralapsarian would maintain their perspective of the Lamb’s Book of Life being completed by God unconditionally before the foundation of the world.