B21 Podcast – Interview with Aaron Menikoff

We had a great time recording with Pastor Aaron Menikoff at the recent Feed My Sheep Conference in Atlanta, GA. During our time talking with Aaron, we discussed Baptist Associationalism, the SBC at large, issues related to cooperation, along with Aarons’ take on the Conservative Baptist Network. Click below to hear this important two-part podcast. New episodes of our podcast …

B21 Podcast with Juan Sanchez

Pastor Juan Sanchez from High Pointe Baptist Church in Austin, TX recently joined us on the B21 Podcast. Juan and Nate discussed a variety of topics such as encouraging/discouraging elements of the SBC, multi-ethnic ministry in 2020, and what Juan would do if he were made Pope of the SBC. New episodes of our podcast go live every Tuesday. Be …

B21 Podcast with Andrew Walker

Join us for a two-part episode with Dr. Andrew Walker, Ethics Professor at the Southern Baptist Theology Seminary. Prior to academia, Dr. Walker served at the ERLC and has written on various topics such as human dignity, politics, transgenderism, and marriage. In our two part discussion, we cover a wide range of issues, including: Christian nationalism, public witness, societal change, …

B21 Podcast – Update & Discussion on Daniel

The B21 Podcast is back for a new year of content! In this first episode, our host, Nate Akin, provides an overview of where we hope to go in 2021. We also include a special guest segment from the Christ-Centered & Clear podcast – a helpful resource for those that desire to read the Bible in a Christ-centered fashion. New …

A Conversation About CRT and the SBC Seminary Presidents’ Statement

In this 2-part discussion, we address Critical Race Theory and the SBC Seminary Presidents’ statement on the Baptist Faith & Message and CRT. This discussion features SEBTS President, Dr. Danny Akin and SEBTS Professor, William “Duce” Branch. B21’s Nate Akin leads the discussion in both episodes available for streaming & download below. Stay up-to-date with the latest in Baptist happenings, …

B21 Podcast: Should We Use the Name “Great Commission Baptists”?

In 2012, the SBC voted to allow member churches and other entities to synonymously use the name “Great Commission Baptists” in place of the moniker “Southern Baptists”. In more recent days, the GCB brand has been gaining steam with numerous past and present SBC leaders showing their support. In our most recent episode of the B21 Podcast, we discuss this …

B21 Podcast: Interview with Scott Charbonneau

In our most recent interview, B21’s Nate Akin had an opportunity to discuss various health topics pertinent to pastors with Guidestone’s Scott Charbonneau. To assist our listeners in some of the finer points related to this field, Guidestone has graciously provided an informational handout which breaks down navigating health coverage into 5 simple steps. This document and the link to …

Being Baptist in the 21st Century: Church Discipline

By Dr. Josh Wredberg PODCASTS: ARTICLE:             What comes to your mind when you hear the words church discipline? Maybe you picture a scene from Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter of Hester Prynne slinking down the sidewalks with a large, red “A” embroidered on her chest. Or maybe you envision the torture and death that was part of the Inquisition centuries ago. Many of the …

Being Baptist in the 21st Century: Congregationalism Podcast – Part II

“Congregationalism doesn’t mean we have town hall meetings where everyone gets to share their opinion on everything.” Hear what healthy congregationalism actually looks like in part 2 of our B21 Podcast featuring Pastor Dave Russell from Oakhurst Baptist in Charlotte, NC. Stay up-to-date with the latest in Baptist happenings and doctrinal discussions by SUBSCRIBING to the B21 Podcast. Available at iTunes, Spotify, …

Being Baptist in the 21st Century: Congregationalism

By Dave Russell B21 Podcast on Congregationalism with Dave Russell – Part I “Do Baptist churches have any accountability?” This is a question I have been asked on a number of occasions by pastors who serve in other denominations. The Baptist distinctive of congregationalism answers this question. God has provided accountability for every local church through the congregation itself.  While …