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Free Will in a Response Driven World

I am not a proponent of any discussion concerning the subject, “free-will.” The term itself is vague and ambiguous in and of itself. The whole idea that men are “free” to will what they choose, is in and of itself … Continue reading

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My problem with Calvinism and Reformed Theology:

Calvinism as I see it is an indictment against the character of God; it portrays God as the One who decides who does and does not receive the “get out of hell” card that all deserve (hell) but only a … Continue reading

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New Life In Christ

There continues to be this question about regeneration and the issue of the indwelling of the Holy Spirit. If one is dead, that means there is no life. Death is like darkness; it does not really exist but is the … Continue reading

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Troublemakers in the SBC: Do We Want Unity or Division?

Only July 12, the New Orleans Baptist Association published a statement titled, Which Way Forward, Toward Unity or Division?” It can be read in its entirety by CLICKING HERE. I understand the need for unity and the desire for unity. As Christians, … Continue reading

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The Crux of Calvinism

At the heart of Calvinism is an answer to a very simple question. Is a person saved BECAUSE he repents and by faith believes in the finished work of Christ on the cross or is a person saved so that … Continue reading

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A Response to Dr. Russ Moore’s Article, “2 Chronicles 7:14 Isn’t About American Politics”

Dr. Russell Moore has written an article titled “2 Chronicles 7:14 Isn’t About American Politics”. Moore’s article can be accessed by CLICKING HERE. In the article, he laments the use of this great text on patriotic holidays. He writes, “In … Continue reading

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Louisiana College Elects 11th President, Dr. Rick Brewer

by Norm Miller PINEVILLE, La. (LCNews)–Louisiana College trustees unanimously elected Dr Rick Brewer as its 11th president, March 5. Brewer takes office at LC in Pineville on April 7, leaving his role as vice president of student affairs and athletics … Continue reading

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GAG ORDERS IN SBC LIFE?

Peter Lumpkins wrote an article earlier this month regarding what he called a “gag order” that had been issued for NAMB employees to which he later recanted as he concluded, the “gag rule” could not be corroborated. Lumpkins wrote, “I … Continue reading

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Changes Coming to the Southern Baptist Convention

The Southern Baptist Convention is being changed. As I look at the rich history of the SBC, our strength has been our unity that has been centered around the Cooperative Program. While there have been significant differences in our theological … Continue reading

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Welcome to SBC Issues

SBC Issues will seek to identify and address issues that are facing Southern Baptists in an attempt to provide an informative arena to discuss these issues. Individuals are encouraged to suggest articles and questions as well as comment on articles … Continue reading

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