Movie Night: A Spirited Q & A with Students in 1993 (Albert Mohler)

According to the video description, “Dr. Mohler answers questions from students dealing with the Abstract of Principles, his lack of age and experience, vision for the seminary, women in ministry, personhood of women, homosexuality, etc.”

The Gospel and Self-Conception (Daniel Schrock)

In this podcast episode of Christ the Center, non-SBC author, “Daniel Schrock speaks about self-conception in light of the Revoice movement and the Nashville Statement.”

Jen Wilkin on What Pastors Need to Know about Women: Comments and Caution (Part 2)

In this second part of my critique of Jen Wilkin’s talk given at the Acts29 Regional Conference, I will focus on the feminist agenda behind much of Wilkin’s words. Wilkin starts off by listing: “What do we need from women as a church?” We need women’s unique perspective. We need women’s relational capital. We needContinue reading “Jen Wilkin on What Pastors Need to Know about Women: Comments and Caution (Part 2)”

A Critical Analysis of Resolution 9 (Tom Nettles)

In this three part series, Tom Nettles addresses the controversial Resolution 9 of the 2019 Southern Baptist Convention in Birmingham, Alabama. An Anti-Racist Intention An Analogy to Critical Theory The Leaven of CRT and Intersectionality

Choose this day whom you will serve: Jesus or skin color (Lisa Spencer)

In this article, non-SBC author Lisa Spencer asks, “Does Jesus really need to look ‘just like us’ in order to be acceptable to us? Do we really need to circumvent the reality of sin so that it doesn’t offend our sense of ethnic affirmation? We don’t have to dismiss ethnicity, nor should we, but weContinue reading “Choose this day whom you will serve: Jesus or skin color (Lisa Spencer)”

Author of Original Resolution 9 Responds to Controversy and Looks to Future

In this Twitter thread, Stephen Michael Feinstein writes regarding Resolution 9 and Critical Theory, “CT and all of its wicked children (CRT,CFT, CQT, etc.) are about two or three years away from becoming the normative zeitgeist for our culture. Perhaps in three years, every kid that graduates from public school will be seeped in thisContinue reading “Author of Original Resolution 9 Responds to Controversy and Looks to Future”

Jen Wilkin on What Pastors Need to Know about Women: Comments and Caution (Part 1)

Last week, Jen Wilkin, a well-known Christian author and Bible teacher, made a troubling statement at the Acts 29 Regional Conference concerning Women in the Church. About two and a half minutes into what she had to say, Wilkin claimed, “Women’s bodies, every 28 days, tell them a parable about the shedding of blood forContinue reading “Jen Wilkin on What Pastors Need to Know about Women: Comments and Caution (Part 1)”

Identity Politics, Localism, and the SBC

I love the word “community,” but I hate to see it bastardized into such phrases as “the ________ community” (fill in the blank: white, black, gay, female, non-binary, Christian, minority, etc.). Whenever you put a modifier in front of “community” to define it as a demographic, you have actually changed the meaning of the term.Continue reading “Identity Politics, Localism, and the SBC”

The Evergreen State College – PART THREE: The Hunted Individual

WARNING: The following film is from a non-SBC, non-Christian source and contains obscene language and disturbing scenes, but is provided here as an important piece of the social justice and Critical Theory/Critical Race Theory discussion. __________ According to the video description, this is, “The third and final chapter of a series of short films aboutContinue reading “The Evergreen State College – PART THREE: The Hunted Individual”