Malcolm B. Yarnell III

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FIRST-PERSON: For Baptist confessionalism

Why do Baptists write confessions? How do Baptists use confessions? These are the key questions facing Southern Baptists today as we address divisive issues like the authority of Jesus Christ and the titles which can be assigned to Christians i

Beautiful Tunisia: A call to prayer

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)--Alongside several other professors, John Mark Yeats and I led a group of students to Tunisia several years ago to study North African Christian history and theology. Today, we see occurring what the media has dubbed a "jasmine revolution," which is apparently the first populist rejection of an Arab leader and the first governmental change wrought through the activities of Wikileaks.

Assessing the ‘TULIP’ of Calvinism

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--The following is a summary of the "TULIP" of classic Calvinism, set against the backdrop of its origins and compared to the Baptist Faith and Message, with the full recognition that Scripture is the final authority on all beliefs and doctrinal systems.

ANALYSIS — The post-Wedgwood struggle: to forgive ‘unqualifiedly’

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)–Forgiveness is never as easy as saying, “I forgive you.” After horrific crimes committed against us or those we love, it is even more difficult. For some people, it is a long struggle that will last the rest of their lives. But, we cannot deny that, as believers, forgiveness should be an […]