B21 Panel SBC2010 Audio


Baptist21 held its 2nd annual B21 Panel at the SBC. The panel took place in Orlando during Tuesday’s Lunch at the SBC. The members of the panel were Danny Akin, Matt Chandler, Ronnie Floyd, Johnny Hunt, Albert Mohler, David Platt, Jimmy Scroggins, and Ed Stetzer. The panel discussed issues pertaining to the gospel, the SBC and its future, the Great Commission Resurgence, and more.

Audio of the Panel

Video of the Panel is available here


In addition, Baptist21 would like our readers to be aware of the discussion that took place on the Tuesday night of the Southern Baptist Convention at the 9marks@9 event. During that event Danny Akin, Mark Dever, Albert Mohler, and David Platt discussed some very important topics. They addressed Platt’s sermon from the previous night, the importance of the GCR, next steps for the SBC and individual pastors, the health of the SBC, the importance of attending the national meeting (check the Mohler quote at about 11:30-12:30), the future of theological education, and more.

Audio of the Panel

Video of this event is available here

Baptist21 is so grateful for the Media Services department at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. They graciously served us through recording the panel. We are indebted to them.

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  1. When I look at this subject; I cosendir The Doctrine of the Two Realms /Spheres, (the difference, the seperation, and the relationship.) I also cosendir the current term Seperation of Church and State, (a shallow term), (the difference, the seperation, and the relationship). Both of these relate to the seperation and connection between the sacred and the secular. Another cosendiration is (in some groups), a definition of differences in Sacrament, Sacramental, and non-sacramental. Unfortunately, neither side is willing to understand the forementioned. My personal answer to this situation is the entirety of of Joshua 24;15, with particular emphasis to As for me and my house, we will worship the Lord . I can’t force anyone to comply, nor should I. If I did, my credability would be void no matter what side I was on.

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