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Paige Patterson

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FIRST-PERSON: Training for the souls of men

Even more important than training for Special Ops or for life-saving surgery is training for the souls of men, Paige Patterson, president of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, writes of the need for ministers to go to Bible school and/or seminary.

FIRST-PERSON: Chutzpah and the Supreme Court

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP) -- "He who sits in the heavens shall laugh; The Lord shall have them in derision. Then He will speak to them in His wrath and distress them in His deep displeasure" (Psalm 2:4-5). A 5-4 decision of the nation's highest court to redefine the nature of marriage plays with far more than a definition of terms. Homosexual sin, like my sin and your sin, has a long history.

CALL TO PRAYER: Personal evangelism still counts

In this week's Call to Prayer, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary President Paige Patterson shares about the loss of a dear friend and why personal evangelism still counts.

FIRST-PERSON: 10 things we owe David Platt

Seminary president Paige Patterson, putting aside reservations he had about David Platt to lead for the International Mission Board, voices 10 things "all Southern Baptists owe" the IMB's new president.

FIRST-PERSON: Soul-winning comes full circle

Seminary president Paige Patterson writes about the death of a man few Southern Baptist knew, Larry Howell, who turned to faith in Christ at a sunrise service where his son, Florida pastor Mark Howell, was preaching.

Judson & an unlikely missions candidate

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP) -- My appreciation for the life of Adoniram Judson began in 1957 when my dad, Thomas Armour Patterson, a missionary-hearted pastor, placed a book in my hands and urged that I read it carefully.

Judson & an unlikely missions candidate

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP) -- My appreciation for the life of Adoniram Judson began in 1957 when my dad, Thomas Armour Patterson, a missionary-hearted pastor, placed a book in my hands and urged that I read it carefully.

FIRST-PERSON: God will answer pleas for nearness

The manifest presence and power of God is the greatest need Southern Baptists have at this hour, columnist Paige Patterson writes.

FIRST-PERSON: God will answer pleas for nearness

The manifest presence and power of God is the greatest need Southern Baptists have at this hour, columnist Paige Patterson writes.

FIRST-PERSON: Happy Southern Baptists & the tricky track

Paige Patterson gives his thoughts on the controversy over Calvinism within the Southern Baptist Convention, saying the two sides "need each other."