How J. D. Greear Goes Wrong When Discussing Homosexuality (Part 3 of 5)

Pastor J. D. Greear currently serves as President of the Southern Baptist Convention. Greear recently wrote a blog post on his personal site titled, “Three Ways We Go Wrong When Discussing Homosexuality.” This CRVoices post is the third in a five-part series carefully examining Greear’s claims in his blog post.

How J. D. Greear Goes Wrong When Discussing Homosexuality (Part 2 of 5)

Pastor J. D. Greear currently serves as President of the Southern Baptist Convention. Greear recently wrote a blog post on his personal site titled, “Three Ways We Go Wrong When Discussing Homosexuality.” This CRVoices post is the second in a five-part series carefully examining Greear’s claims in his blog post.

The Debate: Should Women Be Allowed to Preach? (Tom Ascol)

In this article, Tom Ascol directs his readers to a debate that “Pastor Dwight McKissic and I held in Birmingham on June 10, 2019, the day before the Southern Baptist Convention convened in its annual meeting. The question we debated is ‘Should women be allowed to preach in our Lord’s Day worship services?’ It wasContinue reading “The Debate: Should Women Be Allowed to Preach? (Tom Ascol)”

How J. D. Greear Goes Wrong When Discussing Homosexuality (Part 1 of 5)

Pastor J. D. Greear currently serves as President of the Southern Baptist Convention. Greear recently wrote a blog post on his personal site titled, “Three Ways We Go Wrong When Discussing Homosexuality.” This CRVoices post is the first in a five-part series carefully examining Greear’s claims in his blog post.

How Resistance to Guilt-by-Association Tactics Makes Us Better Thinkers and Neighbors (Lanie Anderson)

In this article, Lanie Anderson explains the Guilt by Association fallacy, “Since the election of 2016, guilt-by-association tactics […] have only worsened. ‘Guilt by association’ occurs when guilt is ascribed to someone not because of evidence but because of his or her association (real or perceived) with a person or group.”

The Conservative Resurgence Today

ecclesia reformata, semper reformanda secundum verbi Dei — Jodocus van Lodenstein In 2006, R. Albert Mohler, Jr. wrote, “America’s largest evangelical denomination, the Southern Baptist Convention was reshaped, reformed, and restructured over the last three decades, and at an incredibly high cost.” Mohler refers to the so-called “Conservative Resurgence” (hereafter CR) of the Southern BaptistContinue reading “The Conservative Resurgence Today”