At this moment in our culture, the sin of sexual assault and abuse and our culture’s failure to address it is being brought to light. Each day we hear another story of past abuse as women come forward to tell their story – “it happened to #metoo.” The religious community is not immune to this […]
Monday is the day we celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King’s life and legacy. I thought I’d post a section of his writings. An excerpt from “A Letter From the Birmingham Jail” But despite these notable exceptions, I must honestly reiterate that I have been disappointed with the church. I do not say this as one […]
I have been running SBC Voices now since my birthday in 2010. I’ve written 1276 posts, 13,596 comments (not counting the ones I’ve trashed) and I’ve seen this thing grow far beyond what I imagined. I have also sinned more times than I care to recount – losing my cool in the heat of blog discussions! […]
Let’s keep talking about sexual assault. We must. The problem is pervasive. It is not just Hollywood. It is not just Washington, DC. It’s the church too. Hence the #churchtoo hashtag on Twitter. While I maintain my point from my article on Monday, that only the church has the answer to a culture that lacks […]
Can Christians find anything redeemable in Stephen King’s It Movie ? The answer may surprise you!
Last night was the Golden Globe Awards. I am of all men the least qualified to opine on the worthiness of the winners. I have no list of losers who were robbed. I don’t even know who the winners and losers were. I haven’t looked. Truth be told, as I scanned the nominees for the […]
A BRIEF AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL REFLECTION REGARDING THE ADVENT OF THE FULL GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH FELLOWSHIP By Wm. Dwight Mckissic, Sr. Dr. Doug Weaver, Professor of Religion and Director of Undergraduate Studies at Baylor University, recently asked me to share some insights/reflections that I hold regarding The Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship. Dr. Weaver is writing […]