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“The Board being so pressed I have declined two months’ salary. This I do very cheerfully, though it presses me. I have lived with sufficient comfort in some things, but have used and am using a very strict economy, foregoing many things that I think few brethren would wish or expect me to do.”- [...]
Many had some things to say about the SBC in New Orleans earlier this week. You heard from me in the previous post, here are a few others. Click on his name to read his comments. Alan Cross- He nominated Dave Miller, the 2nd VP of the SBC. Albert Mohler- President of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary [...]
What an amazing weekend at the Southern Baptist Convention in New Orleans, LA! If you were unable to attend, you missed a great weekend of fellowship, food, and fun. I was able to take part in some amazing conversations with some big names in the SBC and was thoroughly pleased with the results of the [...]
Dr. Scott Culpepper is Assistant Professor of History at Louisiana College and he is the author of Francis Johnson and the English Separatist Influence. He is married to Ginger and the father of 3. His education includes: Ph.D., Baylor University M.A., Northwestern State University M. Div., New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary B.A., Louisiana College Why did John Smyth take such a [...]
Dr. Scott Culpepper is Assistant Professor of History at Louisiana College and he is the author of Francis Johnson and the English Separatist Influence. He is married to Ginger and the father of 3. His education includes: Ph.D., Baylor University M.A., Northwestern State University M. Div., New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary B.A., Louisiana College Southern Baptists must reach back to the [...]
J. Lewis Shuck, husband to Henrietta Shuck, returned to the U.S. after his wife’s death on the mission field. Shuck returned home accompanied by a Chinese convert, hoping to spark missions interest among the Convention and encourage the churches to provide more money and missionaries to the mission field. The letter below appeared in the [...]
Last week, a document was released that generated so much traffic websites crashed. I disagree with many points in the document and I have seen some very well crafted responses to the errors and misrepresentations contained in the document. Eric Hankins’ document does not get to the heart of what it means to be a [...]
The fact stated in the communication of brother Day is full of encouragement. That large congregations, numbered by hundreds, may be collected seventy miles in the interior, is a circumstance which may well create attention. How greatly are we needing an increase of laborers in the African mission. We trust that God will fill the [...]
Much Baptist history is written in controversy. This tendency often invokes sadness in us. But it should be no surprise that Baptists who hold a high view of Scripture would fight for and even divide over what they contend Scripture teaches. The Southern Baptist Convention was not only birthed in controversy, but also developed in [...]
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