Fighting Over Inerrancy Again?

September 16, 2011

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It seems that the issue of inerrancy has again crept into the world of the Southern Baptist Convention.  Check out the article here. Just one quick note, the fight for inerrancy and truth has not ended.  It will never end until Jesus returns.  This is why doctrine matters.  To deny the truth of God’s Word […]

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Great Sermon

May 4, 2011

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I highly recommend listening to this sermon that was delivered by Josh Smith at SWBTS chapel.  He spoke my heart beat. Click here

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Are We Praying?

May 4, 2011

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Tomorrow is the National Day of Prayer.  I hope that we will lift our thoughts and voices upward to our Heavenly Father and pray for the Gospel to reign in our nation and world.  I received this bit of information from Bill Federer’s American Minute concerning the old Mc Guffey’s Reader that was used in […]

D O N ‘ T – W A S T E – Y O U R – L I F E

April 26, 2011

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Twenty-five years ago I sat among my graduating classmates listening to Senator Dale Bumpers of Arkansas give a graduation address.  I don’t remember his talking points, I was more interested in getting my diploma and getting to the graduation festivities, but I do remember him giving us advice for a successful life. This year I […]

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Baptist Voices From The Past Speak On Unity and Exclusivism

February 16, 2011

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Yes, it has been a while, but I thought I would peak my head out of the study to link you to the Southwestern Journal of Theology edition on Baptist and Unity vol. 51. In it voices from the early part of the 20th century speak towards our need to separate ourselves over matters of […]

A Courageous Association

October 20, 2010

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Yesterday, the association I am a part of (Cimarron Baptist Association) passed a resolution affirming Baptist Church Polity.  Various reasons were given for the resolution, but one main reason was the need to have a dialog on the issue of Baptist Polity concerning many different polities that are making inroads to our churches in the […]

The Command to “Go” or “Evangelism and Missions”

October 11, 2010

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Probably one of the most misunderstood portions of the commission is the first word in it, “Go.”  Many have viewed this participle not as part of the imperative to “make disciples” but as part of the means by which we are to make disciples, which include “baptizing” and “teaching.”  Because the verb “poreúomai” from which […]

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