Thursday, 06 August 2015 06:38

Healthy disbelief

Faith includes disbelieving what is not of God.

Published in Columns

A growing number of Anglicans who have left the Episcopal Church over alleged liberalism are finding affinity in a New Calvinist movement popular in evangelical denominations including the Southern Baptist Convention.

Published in Theology

Southern Seminary President Albert Mohler says evangelical Christians and liberal Protestants follow a different religion.

Published in Theology

Baylor theologian and ethicist Roger Olson has been championing Arminianism as an alternative to Calvinism since the 1990s. 

Published in People

Move over TULIP. Another flower is blooming this week in Baltimore.

Published in Theology

Albert Mohler, a proponent of a Calvinist resurgence in Southern Baptist life, explains one of the movement’s most controversial doctrines.

Published in Theology
Tuesday, 08 April 2014 12:08

PBS examines Calvinism in SBC

Seminary president Albert Mohler says he is thankful that while other denominations are battling liberalism, Southern Baptists are talking about the doctrines of grace.

Published in Theology

Joe Aguillard reportedly has no plans to step down, despite waning support from his board of trustees.

Published in People
Monday, 03 February 2014 22:36

Sunrise, sunset: The Church in America today

Across the United States, many churches are fading, some churches are closing, and a handful of churches are surging with explosive growth. What makes the difference?

Friday, 31 January 2014 12:33

Calvinist preacher OK with women deacons

A “young, restless and reformed” megachurch pastor who once sparked controversy with comments criticizing the “sinner’s prayer” says he doesn’t think the Bible necessarily prohibits women from serving as deacons.

Published in Theology
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