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All of our authors subscribe to the Baptist Faith & Message 2000 doctrinal statement. We uniquely desire unity in the Southern Baptist Convention across the great soteriological debate seeing both sides as biblically viable. Our main concern is not debate, but the Gospel going to the nations. That being said, our authors will express their convictions in their articles.
The Misadventures of Mr. Magician (4) - Read Part 1 Read Part 2 Read Part 3 The Magician interviewed the townsmen devoted to destruction in order that he might give them exactly what they desired (Is. 8:19). He asked merely what type of music they prefer. A lot of the townsmen had heard only one or two forms of music, but have […] The Misadventures of Mr. Magician (3) - Read Part 1 Read Part 2 With that thought, he turned around to his garden to see what changes he could make in order to prevent people from becoming bored. Upon his very turning around, it lighted upon him a certain hideous creature with patchy hair, pale-greenish skin, and eight unsymmetrical eyes. It had a […] The Law is my Delight - Our worship is a still, quiet, freshwater pond reflecting the affections of our soul. A survey of hymnody throughout Christian history can serve as an analysis of the Christians’ affection during any given time period and/or culture. The Psalms give us the most extensive pong on which we might examine our affections and give us […] Dreams and Visions: A Solution - Above the opposed positions were juxtaposed to bring about the greatest extent of contrasts; however, a lot of the proponents of either side are becoming closer and closer to the center. Many cessationists concede that not every gift or miracle has ceased. Also, many continuationists grant that even the gifts that have continued are not […] Dreams And Visions: The Problem - Does God use dreams and visions today? This post will attempt a middle view between cessationism and continuationism. Some might call this “cautionary cessationist” or “concentric cessationist.” In this first post we will explore the depths of the problem, and discover the chasm is very vast. In the second post, we will propose a middle […]
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