In this article, R. Albert Mohler, Jr. suggests ten lessons we can learn from the Conservative Resurgence in the Southern Baptist Convention.
In this video, R. Albert Mohler, Jr. explains the historical significance of W. A. Criswell and this sermon preached, “under conditions of maximum warfare” at the Southern Baptist Convention in 1985 before showing it.
In this article, Denny Burk reminds us that “if you want to know Jesus and if you want to know the truth, then you must listen to His apostolic witnesses. If you refuse to listen to and to believe in the apostolic portrait of Jesus, you are listening to the spirit of antichrist (1 JohnContinue reading “How to know the difference between the Spirit of truth and the spirit of error (Denny Burk)”
In this article, R. Albert Mohler, Jr. addresses the theology of Nate Collins, former student and employee of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, as well as others committed to Revoice theology, writing, “Here we see the destabilizing power of the sexual revolution and modern critical theory at full force.”
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.”
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)”
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.”