The Fatherly Act of Preaching

Mary Kassian wrote a fine essay recently in which she poses the question, “Where can women teach?” She lays out eight principles to guide our answers to that question in various situations. The principles flow from her central conviction with regard to the question, which she states in the beginning of her essay as follows: AsContinue reading “The Fatherly Act of Preaching”

Interacting with Beth Moore’s Remarks about Complementarianism at the 2019 ERLC National Conference (Bart Barber)

In this article, SBC author Bart Barber makes plain the contours of the complementarian discussion in relation to the issues of Scripture and abuse, writing, “Beth Moore asserted in her remarks that certain corruptions of complementarianism lead to or exacerbate the abuse problem that the Southern Baptist Convention faces. I think that perhaps I agreeContinue reading “Interacting with Beth Moore’s Remarks about Complementarianism at the 2019 ERLC National Conference (Bart Barber)”

Southern Baptists of Texas Repudiate Promotion of the Prosperity Gospel

Paula White is a false teacher of the prosperity gospel. Recently many Southern Baptists were disheartened to see influential Texas SBC Pastors like Jack Graham and Robert Jeffress endorsing White’s new book. Faithful Christians can disagree about what level of behind-the-scenes personal friendship is appropriate with false teachers like White. There shouldn’t be disagreement aboutContinue reading “Southern Baptists of Texas Repudiate Promotion of the Prosperity Gospel”

Why Not to Have a Woman Preach (Thomas Schreiner)

In this article, Thomas Schreiner takes up the issue of whether or not women should preach, and reminds us, “the issue matters, for as churches we must order our practices in accord with the word of God and not our own wisdom. When we deviate from the biblical pattern, there are always consequences.”

Does Complementarianism Cause Abuse? (Beth Moore)

The following is from a portion of Beth Moore’s speech, “The Courage to Confront the Crisis of Abuse in the Church” at the Caring Well conference on October 3, 2019, hosted by the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention.

About Those Beth Moore Tweets

Twitter has a way of bringing out the worst in us, not to mention the worst of us. The medium of Twitter encourages us to make snap judgments on the basis of very little information. Unfortunately, Beth Moore often finds herself on the receiving end of such judgments. A number of people have problems withContinue reading “About Those Beth Moore Tweets”