Category Archives: God

Rehoboam Lite

  When I was a college student, my pastor was one of John Rice’s sons-in-law. In a sincere effort to reach more people and “minister to this generation,” he attended “How to do it” meetings sponsored by the Navigators, the … Continue reading

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Rehoboam- Who are you listening to?

The story of Rehoboam in I Kings 12 seems increasingly relevant to independent Baptists in the 21st Century.  Rehoboam, of course, was the son of Solomon and the one to whom the Proverbs had been written.  He was given excellent advice and excellent … Continue reading

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Becoming What We Left

A man pastors a church which is part of the Conservative Baptist Association.  He involves himself in this organization until one day, he realizes that he has had an inappropriate motivation:  a desire to become the president of the group. … Continue reading

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Accreditation- Part Two

The trend of independent, Fundamental Baptist colleges seeking accreditation is on the upswing.  In my view, this is unfortunate and will have extremely negative, long-term consequences.  While I would have some sympathy for an institution which had to choose between … Continue reading

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Accreditation- Some problems I see.

In the last post, I presented a modest proposal for you to consider.  Here, I have outlined a few reasons as to why I am against accreditation. It is not Scriptural.  The Bible says, “So then every one of us shall … Continue reading

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