Today the Executive Committee of the Southern Baptist Convention posted a string of announcements affecting several current hot-button issues within the Convention.
Ascol: “We expect accountability from our [SBC] leaders. We aren’t interested in word salad responses to serious questions nor will we settle for mere window dressing when real problems need to be addressed.”
Dr. Jason Keith Allen has begun a vital conversation in the live of Southern Baptist. Our Convention desperately needs this conversation to continue.
Tennessee Baptists are showing the SBC the way forward on pushing back on Critical Race Theory. Click here for an interview with the architect.
The Founders Ministries film titled By What Standard? is available for viewing on the Founders’ website. Click here to be taken to the page where the film can be viewed.
Tom Ascol of Founders Ministries on the problem Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary has created for the SBC by hiring Karen Swallow Prior
Note well: Significant lines in the SBC’s battle for the Bible’s credibility have been drawn.
How can we continue to claim, admire, and perpetuate the work begun by Luther, the Puritans, Edwards, and Spurgeon if we voluntarily leave the field at the time we are needed most?
Stephen Feinstein, the original author of what became Resolution 9: On Critical Race Theory And Intersectionality passed by the 2019 Southern Baptist Convention meeting in Birmingham, AL, has posted a new resolution on the subject of Critical Race Theory to be submitted at his state convention’s next annual meeting. You can read the new resolutionContinue reading “What Does Critical Race Theory Offer Southern Baptists?”
J.D. Greear’s sermon “How the Fall Affects Us All” raises a number of important questions that need public and direct answers.