I’m still experimenting with the Baptist Buzz Backlog and what format would best highlight the posts. Today, I give you Baptist Bloggers in their own words. The advice I receive generally falls into two categories: give up and let the para-church ministries reach these kids or throw money at them doing fun things with lots […]
Getting into politics is like inviting the whole world to clean your closet, or at least rummage around a bit. For better or worse, this holds true for Southern Baptist politics. In January they announced R. Albert Mohler Jr. would be nominated for Southern Baptist Convention President at the Annual Southern Baptist Meeting this June […]
Here are some of the best Southern Baptist blog posts form the last week. Every day I scan my all known SBC Voices and link to the best posts, typically 3-5 per day. I hope to turn this into a weekly feature for SBC Voices each Friday, so be sure to get our RSS feed […]
So, what makes a blog post worthy of making my Baptist Buzz links? This whole project is still in the early stages; the official blog launch is still several weeks away. I’m still working out an exact formula, but here are my general principles. Has it generated comments? An easy way to measure a posts […]
Dr. Paige Patterson’s small book on the Conservative Resurgence is now online at BaptistTheology.org. It is a free PDF download: Anatomy of a Reformation Public images and portrayals notwithstanding, most conservatives do not enjoy controversy. Like everyone else, they wish to be loved and appreciated by everyone. But our understanding of the history of the […]
This week started off with several hot topics around the Southern Baptist blogosphere. Here are a few posts that caught my eye tonight. Church Reform – Doctrine from Hammer and Nail Eric Carpenter has begun a helpful series on church reform. His first installment looks at the crisis of doctrine that plauges much of modern […]
I’m still working to add more, but I wanted to take a break and send trackbacks to all the blogs I’m listing so far.