Dr. Russell Moore, the president-elect of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission recently went on C-SPAN to talk about Christ and culture. See Baptist Press article here and video below.
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Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary’s Dr. Dave Black has taught Koine Greek all over the world. You can watch a clip from his DVD series Learn to Read New Testament Greek with Dr. David Alan Black below.
The DVD series was recorded at Evangelical Theological College in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. You can purchase the DVD set here.
Jason K. Allen has now officially been elected by the trustees of Southern Baptist seminary Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (MBTS) in Kansas City, Mo. Allen will be leaving his post as Vice President of Institutional Advancement at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky.
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Today marks the 11th anniversary of 9/11. It has been 11 years since I sat in 10th grade Social Studies class and heard the news that NYC had been attacked.
National Geographic has offered this 45 minute documentary for free streaming. The Lord is good.
James Walker is the director of Watchman Fellowship, an “independent Christian research and apologetics ministry focusing on new religious movements, cults, the occult and the New Age.” I was blessed to hear him speak and teach last January at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary’s Defend the Faith Apologetics Conference. Continue Reading…
Frank Page, president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Executive Committee, and Albert Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s flagship seminary, recently discussed current SBC issues at Southern Seminary’s chapel.
The discussion was enjoyable with Page and Mohler talking somewhat pointedly about various issues in the SBC. I find it disappointing that Mohler had to correct Page’s misuse of the term “hyper-Calvinists” as Page used the term to refer to Southern Baptist Calvinists who have an exclusive view of their theology in regards to SBC theological diversity. The misuse of theological terms such as “hyper-Calvinism” among SBC leaders and professors is still ongoing and reflects poorly on our efforts to listen to each other and learn from each other.
Enjoy the discussion below. Continue Reading…
Here is video I took from the floor of the New Orleans Convention Center during Fred Luter’s nomination and election. Continue Reading…
A rare 1968 BBC video interview with author J.R.R. Tolkien has just been released.
The video below is from an episode of the BBC series “In Their Own Words British Authors.”
Yesterday, I listened to a recent sermon on Romans 9 by Pastor Bill Harrell of Abilene Baptist Church. After listening to all 45+ minutes of it, I realized, this is one reason young people are flocking to Reformed theologians, pastors, and schools. The sermon never offers a meaningful explanation of God having mercy on whomever he chooses nor does it address why Paul would think some might be offended at his teaching. Paul’s famous indignant question, “On the contrary, who are you, O man, who answers back to God?” is left utterly meaningless.
Since the Conservative Resurgence, Southern Baptists have exhorted each other to return to the Bible. By God’s grace, young people are doing just that! But what they are often hearing in the pulpit are inadequate expositions of the biblical text and unsatisfactory answers to their questions. Many college aged Southern Baptists are waking up and asking, “What I have been taught my whole life? This doesn’t make any sense.” Continue Reading…