Credentials Committee Submission Form

The Southern Baptist Convention has establish a webpage that “exists to provide individuals an opportunity to address concerns about whether a church that is currently identified as a cooperating church with the Southern Baptist Convention continues to meet our standards of faith and practice.”

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)”

Movie Night: The State of the SBC | 9Marks at 9 | #SBC19

“A round table with Mark Dever, Danny Akin, R. Albert Mohler Jr., and H.B. Charles. The 9Marks at 9 event ‘The State of the SBC’ took place at the Southern Baptist Convention in Birmingham, Alabama. June 2019.”

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”

Postmodernism Destroyed His Church (Rod Dreher)

In this article, non-SBC author Rod Dreher explains, “I received the following e-mail from a reader, in response to my “Race, Identity Politics, and Evangelicalism” post. He gives me permission to use it, so long as I keep his name out of it. There’s a lot to think about here. By publishing it, I’m notContinue reading “Postmodernism Destroyed His Church (Rod Dreher)”

The Evergreen State College – PART TWO: Teaching to Transgress

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, “Part two of a three-part series of short films about Bret WeinsteinContinue reading “The Evergreen State College – PART TWO: Teaching to Transgress”

The Evergreen State College – PART ONE: Bret Weinstein, Heather Heying & the Evergreen Equity Council

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, “Part one of a three-part series of short films about Bret WeinsteinContinue reading “The Evergreen State College – PART ONE: Bret Weinstein, Heather Heying & the Evergreen Equity Council”

Compromised? A Long Review of Tisby’s Color of Compromise (Neil Shenvi)

In this this article, Neil Shenvi reviews The Color of Compromise: The Truth about the American Church’s Complicity in Racism by Jemar Tisby, a past panel participant with the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission on the topic of racism. He warns, “If we give carte blanche to anyone waving the banner of antiracism or social justice,Continue reading “Compromised? A Long Review of Tisby’s Color of Compromise (Neil Shenvi)”