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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 Destruction of Meaning - Francis A. Schaeffer set about in his books to analyze literature, works of art, and theology in order to describe what he called a descent past the ‘line of despair’. One of the most potent ways he accomplishes this is through his analysis of artwork. before we can understand Francis A. Schaeffer’s analysis of visual […] Why the Prosperity Gospel is Wrong - What is the Prosperity Gospel? The Prosperity Gospel, or health and wealth gospel, mainly has to do with what God desires for you. First, I will do my best to define the prosperity gospel. Second, we will look at how Satan and Job accuse God in regard to health and wealth. Then, we will look […] Idolatry: the often camouflaged sin - Before I delve into the topic of idolatry, I would like to thank Mr. Fowler for inviting me to be an author on Christian Perspectives. I apologize for the lengthy amount of time between invitation and first article, I was unsure what I wanted to write about. Furthermore, I hope to keep anything I write […] The Realities of Foster/Adoption: Learning Unconditional Love - Love is defined in our culture in so many wrong ways. Some equate it with a magical sensation you have between your throat and your gut. Others define it as the quality of getting physical, or a feeling of deep romantic or sexual attraction. To the world around us, love is some mystical emotion that […] The Mind That God Loves - When asked what the greatest commandment was, Jesus responded that it is to love God with all our heart, soul, and mind. It seems easy to think about the heart as it relates to love. Hearts, as a universal symbol of love, can be found plastered on almost every Valentine’s Day card. Talk of the […]
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