Third Generation Conservatives in the Southern Baptist Convention (part 3): Misconceptions

  Guest Blog by Steven A. McKinion He is the Associate Professor of Theology and Patristic Studies at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He has taught Theology, Church History, Hermeneutics, and Historcial Theology classes at Southeastern Seminary. Dr. McKinion’s area of specialization is Patristic Theology. He holds the following degrees: B.A., Mississippi College; M.A., University of Mobile; Ph.D., King’s College, University …

At This Year’s SBC: 9 Marks @ 9

It is our hope, at b21, that many will attend the Southern Baptist Convention in Louisville. And we especially want to encourage more and more younger SBC’ers to attend the SBC (we hope to blog about this soon). B21 believes there are many compelling features and events at this upcoming SBC that should entice many to come. For instance, the …

Stories of Interest in SBC Press: Hunt with Controversial Thoughts on GCR and Ezell to be nominated SBC Pastor’s Conference President

Recently, there have been two articles of note in Southern Baptist Press. The first is an interview with Pastor Johnny Hunt about the Great Commission Resurgence. He covers some controversial topics, such as: why a GCR, why so much “push back” from Baptist state executives, a GCR motion for the Convention in Louisville calling for a task force to study …

Johnny Hunt Podcast On the GCR

Recently Dr. Johnny Hunt sat down for an interview answering questions related to the recent Great Commission Resurgence document. The questions asked include: 1.  Who authored this document? 2.  What is the purpose of this document? 3.  Has the document been altered in any way since it was publicly released on the Great Commission Resurgence website on April 27, 2009? …

“Y WE R and Y WE Think U Should B SBC”

  It is often times easy to take “swings” at the SBC and in many cases rightly so. A convention of imperfect churches will always be imperfect. Yes, we have many warts, and this causes many to focus attention on the blemishes. Sadly, those imperfections often blind us to the really good things that Southern Baptists are doing. Not only …

New Information about B21Panel@theSBC and a Guest Interview with Pastor Mark Dever

Baptist21 is grateful and honored to make three announcements about the upcoming b21 panel: 1.    Mark Dever of Capitol Hill Baptist Church has agreed to be part of the b21 panel at this year’s Southern Baptist Convention in Louisville. 2.   Albert Mohler has also agreed to be part of the b21 panel. 3.    In addition, we are excited to announce …

B21 and Sojourn @ the SBC (Updated Information)

When (information has changed): June 23rd 11:45am-1:45pm (during a break at this year’s Southern Baptist Convention in Louisville). Why the time change: The time has been moved back because Baptist21 has been informed that the “SBC Presidential Address” will run until nearly 11:30am. Initially, the schedule we were provided by the Executive Committee for this year’s convention schedule had the …

From Kingdom People: Screwtape on the Southern Baptist Convention

The following blog is published in full with the permission of Trevin Wax. Trevin authors a very fine blog entitled “Kingdom People.” It is worth taking a look at. The following blog was released today and is a great word of warning for the SBC, including us at Baptist21. We have asked his permission to post this because we think …