Protestant-Catholic polemics sowed seeds that accelerated—albeit unevenly—an increasingly rationalistic view of the Faith.
The greatest problem in our world is lostness. The only solution to lostness is the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Dr. Iorg evaluates why churches in the US may be declining and emphasizes that the gospel must take center-stage in the church's mission.
Dr. Iorg discusses a recent report issued by the Surgeon General which listed churches as a solution to the problem of loneliness.
Dr. Rathel and Dr. Wilhite discuss the Trinity in Scripture, the legacy of Nicaea and apophatic and cataphatic theology.
The Southern Baptist Convention has no authority over its affiliated churches. None. Not some, none—period.
In this episode, Dr. Chris Chun and Dr. David Rathel unpack their views on infant baptism, their experiences as Southern Baptists, common myths and misconceptions of Baptist life, and more.
In A History of Evangelism in North America (edited by Thomas P. Johnson), Dr. Kristen Ferguson contributes to this volume by detailing the evangelistic influence of Henrietta Mears.