A Baptist’s Bookshelf: Song of Solomon


A Baptist minister’s bookshelf is sacred. It bears the weight of centuries of thought from people of all different backgrounds and faith traditions. A Baptist minister often relies on the recommendations of others when deciding what books to add to his library. That’s why I do periodic book reviews of new titles I’ve added to my […]

The Problem Is Greater than Same-Sex Marriage (Paul Thompson)

Paul Thompson blogs at “The Bridge.”  There is not shortage of places or people weighing in on the legalization of same-sex marriages. Crimes against nature are no small matter, and now it is legal and celebrated. But this is not the only matter weighing the nation in the balance of danger. I get that unbelievers don’t […]

Pondering Our Times (Jerry Corbaley)

We still have the promises of God intact. We can, perhaps, be as thankful for 1 Timothy 2:1-3 as we should have been all of our lives. Why do Christians expect more than that in this world? We still have tolerance for religious freedom. How has it ever been more than tolerance for idolatry? We […]

My Unqualified Opinion on the Shrinking SBC

There are many experts on church health and church growth who work for the convention,  Lifeway,  state offices and parachurch ministries who I am sure have a list of reasons why the SBC is Shrinking.   I want to share one thought with you today.   I’ve been part of a handful of churches both as […]

C.S. Lewis on Same-Sex Marriage

C.S. Lewis was not a Baptist, but he is held in high regard throughout Christendom for his books and writings. I remembered this quote from Mere Christianity when I was thinking through the Supreme Court’s ruling on Friday. I doubt Lewis would have been scandalized by the ruling. I wonder if he might even have […]