A couple of weeks ago, I commented on a blog post written by Dr. Eric Hankins of FBC Oxford, Ms. My comment reads:
According to many leaders and scholars within the SBC and out, they surmise that most of the SBC is semi-pelagian. If that is so, how much weight should be behind “what most Baptists believe and think is a good idea for others to believe?” The fact is, most churches need more building up in orthodox doctrine than fine-tuning.
I honestly had no idea that such a comment would draw blood. I have heard and read from numerous people within the SBC that churches are by and large doctrinally deficient or “doctrinally anemic.” Continue Reading…