Monthly Archives: June 2008

2007 ESV Update: The Bible Translation You Never Heard About

I was a little surprised to learn about the 2007 ESV textual updates. Basically, there is more than one edition of the ESV being floated by Crossway. Read some of the differences here. Does this call for a 2001 ESV … Continue reading

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Amended Membership Resolution Passes

I first read this on Timmy Brister’s Open Thread.  The SBC has overwhelmingly passed an ammended resolution regarding regenerate church membership.  Baptist Press updated their article this morning at 9:30.  Read it here.  Most importantly, the ammended resolution has a call for … Continue reading

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Johnny Hunt Elected President of SBC

Baptist Press is reporting that Johnny Hunt was elected president of the Southern Baptist Convention on the first ballot.  Please be praying for Dr. Hunt as he leads our convention.  I am sure there will be more on this story from … Continue reading

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Mother Who? No, This is an Act of God!

For in seven days I will send rain the earth forty days and forty nights, and every living thing that I have made I will blot out from the face of the ground.  -Genesis 7:4 Check out this video from … Continue reading

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One Video You Won’t See At The SBC Convention

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“Truth” A review and discussion of The Courage To Be Protestant, chapter 3

This is the third part of our team book review & forum based on The Courage To Be Protestant by David F. Wells. (series index here) It was written by Terry Delaney, an M. Div. student at Southern Seminary who … Continue reading

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SBC Presidential Endorsement?

Just in case you are wondering, Said at Southern won’t be endorsing any nominee for SBC President. Let me explain why: I’m still hoping for vote for Dr. Mohler, if he is nominated against his wishes. Some people still think … Continue reading

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