Denominational Commentary

What Does Africa Have to Do with Forth Worth?

Dave Miller remarked in the comment thread of a recent post at SBC Voices, “Blogging attracts the most strident voices. The SBC is never as divided as blogging.” Herding the cats, which has at times included me, at SBC Voices gives Dave a peculiar perspective. Prior to … Continue reading

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Religious Unity Spurred by Violence?

Not so fast.  Dr. Dwight McKissic offered a sermon focused on how to help young black men in his congregation think through their own choices in the wake of the Zimmerman verdict. What Jesus informed options should those faced with similar circumstances consider. He sent all or part of … Continue reading

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Lift the Cuban Embargo – Glad for Some Baptist Voices

When the SBC voted a resolution inviting its constituency to boycott Disney it was a selective action. The tentacles of the corporate giant reached into places many hardly realized as they raised hands agreeing to abstain from watching, buying, or going to anything Disney. That was 1997.

Eight … Continue reading

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Ed Stetzer’s Betrayal Exposes Upside Down Values

Today I will be chatting with a couple of post-Christian friends. The description is mine. I am not sure they would self-describe in this way. For by post-Christian I mean that they are of the current position that something must come after the sort of Christianity, or form of, … Continue reading

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Ed Stetzer is a Traitor?

It must be the long chin hair of his goatee. His facial hair is out of lock step with Southern Baptist Executive grooming standards. It seems the former soul patch he sported did not draw so much attention. The ever-growing goatee crosses the line. It may have reached four … Continue reading

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