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What online classes are really like | SBC Voices

At the end of January I start my fifteenth class towards my M.Div at Southern Seminary. I’ve done everything from Systematic Theology, Introductions to the Old and New Testaments, Church History, Greek, and Hebrew. A few classes were considered “on … Continue reading

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Missing the Outrage of the Day | SBC Voices

Can you remember all of the things you were ticked off about last February? Other than the Seahawks winning the Super Bowl, I can’t either. But I bet you were outraged about something. The folks at Slate, which by the … Continue reading

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My Own Miracle Story | SBC Voices

Last November I went to Senegal—one trip in a series by which our church is trying to take the gospel to an Unengaged, Unreached People Group. While living among our people group, we stay in tents that we pitch in … Continue reading

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Observations on the Ferguson Tragedy | SBC Voices

Confession time – many of you have followed the events in Ferguson, Missouri, a lot more carefully than I have. I have followed the story but not delved into every eyewitness report or followed the debates closely. I did, however, … Continue reading

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Can a Fallen Leader Be Restored? | SBC Voices

There has been a plethora of posts and articles opining on the life, ministry and travails of Mark Driscoll. As a part of that discussion, the issue of restoration comes to the forefront. When a minister falls, in whatever way … Continue reading

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“Can Your Church Help Me with My Rent?” | SBC Voices

My church has a benevolence fund, and it is my great joy as pastor to be the one who delivers checks to those in need. We’ve been able to give and give generously to those in the church family who … Continue reading

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Train Up a Child: What Does Proverbs 22:6 Actually Mean? | SBC Voices

November 13, 2014 by Dave Miller Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it. Proverbs 22:6 She was not happy with me, not at all. I was … Continue reading

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No One Prepared Me for the Loneliness (by Tony Jones) | SBC Voices

When I was a music minister, it seemed I was always surrounded by people. There was always someone there, in part, because music ministers are always part of a staff of ministers and there really is always someone else there. … Continue reading

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George Whitefield, Slavery, and Southern Seminary: Growing Baptist Recognition | SBC Voices

Last week, (Oct. 21-22), Southern Baptist Theological Seminary held the 8th Annual Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies Conference on Whitefield and the Great Awakening. This year celebrates the 300th anniversary of Whitefield’s birth. Like many Evangelicals, Whitefield (1714-1770) has … Continue reading

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Get Used to Gay Marriage: The Supreme Court Hath Spoken | SBC Voices

Sometimes, by refusing to speak, you can shout pretty loudly. In what seems to be to many a surprise, the Supreme Court has refused to even consider appeals by states that had bans against homosexual marriage against court rulings that … Continue reading

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An Irenic & Vigorous Creationism Discussion at SBC Voices

by Ken Hamrick Most debates between Old-Earthers and Young-Earthers deteriorate to anger and ad hominem after about 100 comments. Recently, SBC Voices posted my article, “Helping Old-Earth Creationists Face the Supernatural Question,” which had been posted here. The discussion at … Continue reading

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Serious Reservations About the Global Faith Forum

by Ken Hamrick The 2013 Global Faith Forum (GFF) was concluded Nov. 16, and was held at the NorthWood Church in Keller, TX, where the senior pastor, Dr. Bob Roberts, Jr., founded and leads the movement. I was unaware of such … Continue reading

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Announcing the New Collaborative Blog: SBC Focus

Today Chris Roberts, Joshua Breland, and I have launched a new collaborative blog endeavor, SBC Focus. Read the rest of this entry at SBC Voices»

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Observations and Predictions on The Gospel Project

I pastor a small church that uses books from 3 of Lifeway’s curriculum lines, and I have one class swapping “MasterWork” for The Gospel Project. Read the rest of this entry  at SBC Voices»

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