Monthly Archives: June 2012

The Obamacare Decision

In case you are not familiar with the nuances of what occurred yesterday at the Supreme Court, here is the bottom line: the majority (five justices) determined that the mandate that requires (almost) every American to purchase health insurance is … Continue reading

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That Sound You Heard This Morning…

…was the sound of liberty dying.

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Good News from the SBC

Many others have noted the historic news of the election of the first black president of the Southern Baptist Convention, Fred Luter.  I wish I could have been there to witness history in the making. But for this post, I … Continue reading

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The “Traditional Statement” and the Creator-Creature Distinction

The recent document, “A Statement of Traditional Southern Baptist Understanding of God’s Plan of Salvation” (hereafter “TS” for “Traditional Statement”) provides us with a good opportunity to examine hidden presuppositions that affect our way of doing theology, particularly with regard … Continue reading

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And John Cassian said, “Amen.”

In a defense of the “Traditional Statement” on Southern Baptist soteriology, Paige Patterson recently said the following: “We are obviously not semi-Pelagians. We do believe that the entire human race is badly affected by the fall of Adam. However, we … Continue reading

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The GOP should make this a campaign poster

Let’s see who can suggest the best caption.

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Somebody Needed to Say It

I…Love…This. Enjoy!

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