January 2014

31 January by Dave Miller

God’s Vision for His Kingdom (by Wm Dwight McKissic, Sr)


GOD’S VISION FOR HIS KINGDOM Revisiting the Meaning of The Gospel of The Kingdom BY WILLIAM DWIGHT MCKISSIC, SR. God established the gospel in order to establish families, in order to establish His Kingdom in every nation. The purpose of the family is to pass down a godly heritage. The family is God’s evangelism plan […]

31 January by Mike Leake

What If Your Opinion Doesn’t Matter?


“Everybody’s opinion is valid,” said the teacher as she parroted the curriculum. It was one of those happy-feely Monday’s where the school was trying to help us love one another, accept differences, and play nice. We likely would have sang Kumbaya if it wasn’t so offensive to the atheists. One of my wise-cracking friends asked […]

30 January by Mike Bergman

Discussion: How does your church raise up leaders?


Leadership. This is a topic that I have much vested interesting for (1) being a pastor of a church, and (2) trying to find ways to raise up new, godly leaders. Ultimately, I am of the persuasion that each church needs a plurality of pastors (preferably homegrown) and a group of deacons that have servant […]

30 January by Ben Simpson

When One Wife Isn’t Enough: The Problems of Polygamy


Polygamy is the next battleground for marriage in the United States.  In fact, just last month a federal judge declared laws on the books in Utah that guard against polygamy to be unconstitutional.  The state may still outlaw plural marriages, but it cannot prohibit polygamous cohabitating, thus weakening anti-polygamy law.  The plaintiff in the case […]

29 January by Andy Hynes

God’s Providence and Influence on the Rise of Christianity


The providence of God gets lost in the singular discussion regarding salvation. When we talk about this topic this is the main idea. However, as I continue to look through a historical lens I see more than that. Maybe we do not think beyond salvific things in reference to God’s providence and allow ourselves to […]

29 January by Ethan Moore

Antinomianism: Too Far or Not Far Enough?


I’m a new-comer to the discussion of antinomianism.  I’ve seen folks confidently toss the word around, the heptasyllabic term rolling off their fingertips and on to the digital page.  Finally, disgusted with my own ignorance, I determined to ascend from the pit of theological cognitive stupidity in search of greater intellectual challenges. In short, I […]

28 January by Jared Moore

Why I Follow SBC Leaders Uncritically First and Critically Second


Have you ever criticized a Southern Baptist entity or leader? Here is why I follow SBC leaders uncritically first and critically second.