Our focus at SBC Today is on those beliefs and principles that have identified Baptists throughout history. Perhaps none of these principles is more distinctively Baptist, yet more misunderstood in our postmodern secular society than that of religious liberty. We are pleased to present, in our latest audio resource, a sermon series on the subject […]
We have a trumpet vine we planted on our back fence that began as a sprout but now lives as a spread. It has engulfed the entirety of the back forty. Our intent in planting the greenery was admirable, but we did not anticipate unintended consequences. Most maladies do not engulf us but tend to […]
One cannot get enough of the young Southern Seminary Vice President. There is only one thing better than an audio recording of Dr. Moore, a video of him preaching. Dr. Moore preached at Southwestern’s chapel last week Thursday, September 13th. Thanks to John B. (in a comment) for alerting SBC Today to this timely message. […]
It is encouraging to learn of the overwhelming love and support for Drs. Paige and Dorothy Patterson that was expressed at the Great Commission Council meeting. The GCC members gave this support in view of what some members called an “unprecedented attack.” To see the full story, check out Baptist Press.
In seminary, I became a big fan of the Anabaptists. While not totally agreeing with all their beliefs, I admired their willingness to sacrifice all for their doctrine. One such doctrine that did not allow compromise was confessional baptism. An excellent resource on Anabaptists is William R. Estep’s book, The Anabaptist Story. In his section […]
In this sixth and final part of our presentation of Dr. Russell Moore’s lecture to D. Min. Students at Southwestern Seminary, he gives a powerful argument for the importance of biblical community within our churches. He argues that while our churches have, by and large, become the ecclesial equivalent of a “big box” store, they […]