In this podcast episode, the hosts focus on, “Ideas like: intersectionality, whiteness, and privilege, among others. All of these ideas have their roots in something called Critical Theory. Today, we talk with Neil Shenvi and Matt Warner, who discuss whether Critical Theory is a threat or is something that can be edifying for Christians toContinue reading “Coffee and Cream Podcast Episode 29: Is Critical Theory A Threat? with Neil Shenvi and Matt Warner (Neil Shenvi)”
The Conservative Resurgence (CR) of the Southern Baptist Convention, an organized movement among grassroots churches to reclaim their institutions from a liberal drift, left us with a convention that is conservative in theology. The revisions to The Baptist Faith and Message from 1998 and 2000 testify to that reality. But conservatism is about more than theology.Continue reading “The Spirit of Conservatism”
In this video, Stephen Michael Feinstein explains how his California Southern Baptist Convention failed to guard against the threat of Critical Theory.
In this podcast interview, non-SBC speaker Rosaria Butterfield explains, “Gay Christianity is a different religion. I’m not standing in the same forest with Greg Johnson and Wes Hill and Nate Collins looking at different angles of the trees, I’m in a different forest altogether.”
In this article, Neil Shenvi and Pat Sawyer ask, “[W]hat is critical theory? And what should Christians think about it?”
In this article, Mark Coppenger analyzes the “theory” behind Critical Race Theory and Intersectional Theory discussed at the 2019 Southern Baptist Convention in Birmingham, Alabama.
In this article, Tom Ascol explains that the infamous Resolution 9 at the 2019 Southern Baptist Convention, “was ill-advised from the start. I first read the resolution when Al Mohler texted me about the prospect of amending it on Wednesday morning (shortly after it was published). My hot take was that the resolution was aContinue reading “Resolution 9 and the Southern Baptist Convention 2019 (Tom Ascol)”
Is Critical Theory a Threat to Evangelicalism? – A Dialogue with Bradly Mason, Part 1 by Neil Shenvi Is Critical Theory a Threat to Evangelicalism? – A Dialogue with Neil Shenvi, Part 2 by Bradly Mason Is Critical Theory a Threat to Evangelicalism? – A Dialogue with Bradly Mason, Part 3 by Neil Shenvi IsContinue reading “Exchange: Is Critical Theory a Threat to Evangelicalism? (Neil Shenvi and Bradly Mason)”
In Part III of this podcast, R. Albert Mohler, Jr. discusses the infamous Resolution 9 from the 2019 Southern Baptist Convention in Birmingham, Alabama, stating, “Ideas, as we know, do have consequences, and one of the most lamentable consequences, but the main consequence of critical race theory and intersectionality is identity politics, and identity politicsContinue reading “Ideas Have Consequences: Critical Race Theory and Intersectionality in the News from the Southern Baptist Convention (Albert Mohler)”
In this thread, Josh Daws addresses what is, “a common misconception that the concern about Critical Theory in the church is *really* about promoting Trumpism and right-wing politics.”