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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.
Fixing Traditional Masculinity - One day an oncologist came home from another long day of work. She noticed her husband asleep on the couch, pale and lethargic as usual. She also noticed he has lost an extraordinary amount of weight. He woke up upon her entrance to the living room, the television providing the background noise. “How was your […] Toxic Masculinity - The Oxford word of the year for 2018 is “toxic”(see more here). The number 1 word associated with “toxic’ is chemicals, which makes sense. The second word associated with “toxic” is masculinity. This is a result of oppressed narratives intensified exponentially by intersectionality. In this system, one’s classification determines what level they are the oppressed […] FAQs Podcast - Brett and Jake go over a few questions. Including: why does God allow bad? Does God bless us when so undeserving? Does satan rule the world? Do we need the “five fold ministry” today? Is baptism mandatory? (It may take a little bit for the podcast to load, It won’t appear on screen until it […] FAQs: Does God Punish Us? - Everyone has questions. Everyone is a theologian (a studier of God), as R. C. Sproul so perspicaciously titled his book. Such as anyone’s experience as a theologian, it typically starts off with a question. And so has that been my own personal experience. From the time I was a kid, my journey into theology started […] Resolving Pastoral Burnout - Getting More Specific Now that the foundation of the problem is laid, more specific situations that pastors regularly face can be analyzed. This section cannot be exhaustive. As aforementioned (Part 1), anything can plausibly lead to pastoral burnout. These experiences are common among pastors and can easily lead their affections away from Christ. This section […]
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