Tag Archives: Baptists

Dr. Russell Moore. Busted.

From Peter Lumpkins: Russell Moore – Claims WSJ headline on his article ‘awfully misleading’ Russell Moore, Southern Baptists’ newest president at its commission on ethics and religious liberty, indicates on a C-Span interview that the Wall Street Journal got his interview totally backwards—“The headline has missing a word,” a word right before “pullback.” The word […]

These Are Representing Baptist Doctrine?

Trevin Wax over at TGC has a series entitled “Know Your Southern Baptists,” giving a short bio, some quotable quotes, etc., of each featured individual. So far, here’s the list: Henry Blackaby Fred Luter, Jr. Rick Warren Beth Moore Billy Graham Shai Linne David Platt Charles Stanley New calvinists, charismatics, heretics, women who preach and […]

May 14

Wycliffe Translators Using Protestant & Baptist Contributions to Publish Roman Catholic Bibles

Wycliffe Bible Translators are producing Catholic bibles and translating the apocrapha. In Scripture, the Church is described as “the pillar and support of the truth” I Tim 3:15. Our labor, therefore, should be to maintain and preserve it. Wycliffe, a supposed Christian organization seems to have forgotten that there is a line regarding Scriptural doctrine […]

Five Friends of Freedom

From Our Baptist Heritage: In I Corinthians 9:19, we see a paradox that Paul presents to the Corinthians. He was free from all men while being bound to all men. His freedom related to his position as an apostle (I Corinthians 9:1- “Am I not an apostle? am I not free? have I not seen […]

Help Wanted: Warrior Prophets

From ‘Johnny the Baptist’: The Prophets and Preachers of old were not stand up comedians who entertained the masses with cute stories and funny jokes, passively illustrating Biblical truths. They were not eloquent, breath-taking orators who captivated a crowd with smooth-silky speeches or confused a congregation with pointless superhuman vocabulary. They were simple, straight and […]

Why Baptists Must Remain Distinct

While it would be ideal if all denominational lines could be erased, it is unrealistic for Baptists to think so. Baptists must remain distinct from other denominations in both doctrine, practice and worship simply because the conscience of Baptists will allow them no alternative in light of the authority of the New Testament. The teaching […]

Humor: Deacon-cize

   At the Baptist School for Deacons, students practice their signature move: the “Offering Plate Lean-in.” HT: SacredSandwich

Spurgeon On The Reformers Before Luther & Calvin

“We believe that the Baptists are the original Christians. We did not commence our existence at the reformation, we were reformers before Luther or Calvin were born; we never came from the Church of Rome, for we were never in it, but we have an unbroken line up to the apostles themselves. We have always […]

Humor: A Methodist Cup Of Coffee

A classic repost….. -JT I have a pleasant story which I will tell in rhyme About a circuit rider, who lived in recent time. He was a circuit preacher of John Wesley’s band. And rode the finest circuit in all this sinful land. At one of his fine charges, some members, not a few, Became […]

B21 Panel From 2009 SBC Annual Meeting

The B21 panel, presented by Baptist 21 (baptisttwentyone.com) and hosted by Sojourn Community Church (sojournchurch.com). This panel examines reasons for young pastors to involve themselves with the Southern Baptist Convention, the place for seminaries in training up the next generation, dual involvement with the SBC and Acts 29, and more provocative topics. Moderator: Jon Akin, […]

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