SBC DIGEST: Conservative Baptist Network hosts Bible conference; NOBTS scholarship helps students affected by COVID
More than 200 church leaders and members from across the Mid-South gathered on the campus of Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary for the Conservative Baptist Network’s inaugural Bible conference. Phase two of the Bridge Campaign, a special scholarship fund benefiting New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and Leavell College students impacted by COVID-19, has surpassed its goal of $150,000.
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We can witness with great assurance that His Word will not return void; it will accomplish what He pleases.
Hell is a place of eternal punishment and torment where God metes out His wrath against sin.
Heaven—the eternal home of every believer in Jesus Christ.
The authors of the five articles that follow hold to various stripes of premillennialism and amillennialism.
When LifeWay Research released a study of Lord’s Supper practices in Southern Baptist churches, it created an immediate buzz among pastors, columnists, and denominational bloggers.
Though Southern Baptists have a wide array of practices they view as acceptable for Lord’s Day activities, certain commonalities are clearly embraced.
The following essays address three perspectives concerning who properly may be invited to participate in the Supper of the Lord.
Baptism is an important act of obedience for the follower of Jesus.