Mp3 – Calvinism and Speaking In Tongues Debates at the Southern Baptist Convention

by Tony K on June 19, 2007 · 3 comments

Download and listen to these Mp3 files from the Southern Baptist Convention Annual Meeting 2007 in San Antonio, TX. Southern Baptists debated Five Point Calvinism and Speaking in Tongues. In the first podcast, Jerry Johnson moderates a debate between Dr. Russell Moore and Pastor Dwight McKissic on the issue of speaking in tongues. In the second podcast, Jerry Johnson moderates a dialogue between Dr. Danny Akin and Dr. Mark Coppenger on the issue of Calvinism.

On June 11, Criswell College hosted a historic debate on Calvinism and tongues among prominent theologians at the Southern Baptist Convention.

To listen to a recording of the session, click the links below:

  1. Criswell Debates on Calvinism – Part One
  2. Criswell Debates on Calvinism – Part Two
  3. Criswell Debates on Calvinism – Part Three
  4. Criswell Debates on Calvinism – Part Four
  5. Criswell Debates on Calvinism – Part Five
  6. Criswell Debates on Calvinism – Part Six
  1. Criswell Debates on Tongues – Part One
  2. Criswell Debates on Tongues – Part Two
  3. Criswell Debates on Tongues – Part Three
  4. Criswell Debates on Tongues – Part Four
  5. Criswell Debates on Tongues – Part Five
  6. Criswell Debates on Tongues – Part Six
  7. Criswell Debates on Tongues – Part Seven
  8. Criswell Debates on Tongues – Part Eight
  9. Criswell Debates on Tongues – Part Nine
1 Mike Ormsby October 21, 2009 at 1:16 pm

it seems to me calvinist serve an ole testament God, yet they do not serve a new testament Father…..Also it seems that Calvinist always want to infer that the ones that God may have destroyed in old testament are doomed to eternal hell….can they prove this? Also how do they know they are of the “so-called” elect? personally with no dis-respect, I’am not sure a true Calvinist is even …….!!!!!

2 Rob December 7, 2009 at 2:57 pm

Reformed branches of the SBC seem to remain the rarity of the convention, but I would hope that things are changing in a more reformed direction.

The biggest argument for Calvinism for me (aside from the obvious fact that it’s consistent with the Old and New Testament) is that Baptist churches that are markedly reformed also tend to be churches that exposit Scripture, as opposed to just teaching pithy self-righteous moralism wrapped up with a bunch of analogies involving professional sports.

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