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Good Fences Make Good Neighbors: SBC, CRT, and the BFM

Something there is that doesn’t love a wall, That sends the frozen-ground-swell under it, And spills the upper boulders in the sun; And makes gaps even two can pass abreast. … More


The Leaven of CRT and Intersectionality | A Critical Analysis of Resolution 9 - Part 3

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series A Critical Analysis of Resolution 9

This article is a Part 3 of a three part series. Read Part 1 here and Part 2 here. The Leaven of CRT and Intersectionality (continued) WHEREAS, Evangelical scholars who … More


GCRTF Report passes, good spirit predominates at the SBC

The Great Commission Resurgence Task Force Report (GCRTFR) passed with relatively little change. The expected fireworks never materialized despite ominous predictions by those on all sides of the issue. Component … More


Why I am voting for the GCRTF report

Loads of bandwidth has been occupied with debate over the upcoming vote on the Great Commission Resurgence Task Force Report that will be recommended to the Southern Baptist Convention next … More


TS&TT: Voddie Baucham | Evangelicalism's Looming Catastrophe (Part 1): Where Are The Fault Lines?

Today on The Sword and The Trowel, Tom Ascol and Jared Longshore welcome Dr. Voddie Baucham into the studio for a special two part show on the catastrophic state of Evangelicalism. In this first part, they discuss where the fault lines lie, the hypocrisy of certain Christian leaders and CRT/I as a boogeyman. More


A Late Comment on the Recent Convention

Having participated in a Founders event on Monday, June 14, I was anticipating several events and sessions during the two days of the Southern Baptist Convention. A critical situation at … More


Yes, the Bible is Sufficient for Dealing with (even) Grievous Sins

A recent Christianity Today article describes the efforts to promote racial diversity in the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC). The article is informative and worth reading in its entirety. But one … More


“I Didn’t Come Up From Texas to Vote Against God”

Back around 1980, Jay Kesler (President Emeritus of Taylor University) was addressing a meeting I attended, and I was much taken by a self-effacing comment he made by way of … More


Scotch-taping the Fault Line: SBC Reflections

A Call to Jolly Warriors Everywhere Our Lord, in His manifold wisdom, has told us to be always rejoicing (1 Thessalonians 5:16). And He has not told us to do … More


Inerrancy, Pragmatism, and Why I am Voting for Mike Stone for President of the SBC

I have been asked this question numerous times over the last few months. Usually it is attached to another question like this, “Since Al Mohler shares your reformed theology, why … More


Russell Moore and the Canaanization of the SBC

Regrettably, Russell Moore’s departure from the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) and the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) has come with public scandal. Moore has written a letter to his … More


A Lesson from the Conservative Resurgence in the SBC: The Need for Honesty

I attended my first annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) in 1979 in Houston, Texas. I was pastoring a church 90 miles from there & had just enrolled … More

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