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  • CP panelists tackle race, state of SBC, Calvinism

    June 25 2018 by Karen L. Willoughby, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    CP panelists tackle race, state of SBC, Calvinism

    Panelists on the Cooperative Program (CP) Stage in the exhibit hall prior to the Southern Baptist Convention’s (SBC) annual meeting in Dallas, discussed a variety of cultural and denominational issues during 20-minute segments live-streamed at talkcp.com. Among topics on the stage were the state of the SBC, abuse in the church, racism …

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  • Calvinism: Mohler, Hankins hold 'conversation'

    November 26 2013 by James A. Smith Sr., Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Calvinism: Mohler, Hankins hold 'conversation'

    President of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Al Mohler Jr. and pastor Eric Hankins discuss the theological subject of Calvinism at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky.

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  • Hispanic pastor translates Calvinism report

    October 4 2013 by Diana Chandler, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Hispanic pastor translates Calvinism report

    Rafael Gutierrez, a bivocational pastor in the Salt Lake City area, has translated into Spanish the report of the Southern Baptist Convention advisory group on Calvinism.

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  • Calvinism and S. Baptists: Six ideas for navigating this issue

    August 27 2013 by Daniel L. Akin, SEBTS | with 1 comments
    Calvinism and S. Baptists: Six ideas for navigating this issue

    Still confused about Calvinism? Read the second portion of our two-part series on this issue. 

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  • Calvinism and S. Baptists: a look at a heavily debated issue

    August 12 2013 by Daniel L. Akin, SEBTS | with 6 comments
    Calvinism and S. Baptists: a look at a heavily debated issue

    Many have read about the Calvinism debate among Southern Baptists, and some have followed related discussions on blogs. At the Biblical Recorder we have received questions from Baptists in the pews and many pastors asking what the discussion is really all about. This is the first in a two-part article by Danny Akin, president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Society, explaining what Calvinism is and why a debate continues.

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  • Calvinism team addresses question: What's next?

    June 11 2013 by Michael Foust, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Calvinism team addresses question: What's next?

    Members of an advisory committee on Calvinism say that with their report now issued, the “next step” in cooperation and unity is up to individual Southern Baptists.

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  • Calvinism report gets positive reviews

    June 10 2013 by Michael Foust, Baptist Press | with 0 comments

    A report on Calvinism in Southern Baptist life has received positive reviews from bloggers on both sides of the theological spectrum.

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  • Calvinism committee urges SBC to ‘stand together’

    June 3 2013 by Michael Foust, Baptist Press | with 3 comments
    Calvinism committee urges SBC to ‘stand together’

    A 19-member advisory committee on Calvinism has issued its report to Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) Executive Committee President Frank Page, acknowledging tension and disagreement within the denomination on the issue while urging Southern Baptists to “grant one another liberty” and “stand together” for the Great Commission.

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  • SBC Calvinism committee releases report

    The Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) has released a report from the Calvinism Advisory Committee. Frank Page, president of the SBC’s Executive Committee, will share the report during the SBC’s annual meeting June 11-12 in Houston, Texas.

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  • John 3:16 Conference addresses Calvinism

    April 3 2013 by Aaron Earls, Baptist Press | with 2 comments
    John 3:16 Conference addresses Calvinism

    While stressing that the discussion between Calvinists and non-Calvinists in the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) is a family matter, speakers at the 2013 John 3:16 Conference outlined the differences between the two views and what they believe to be the issues hindering unity among Southern Baptists.

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  • 2012 – A glance back at stories of the year

    December 31 2012 by BR Staff | with 0 comments
    2012 – A glance back at stories of the year

    As 2012 came to a somber close – one that included a deadly hurricane, a divisive presidential election and a horrific elementary school shooting – many might conclude it was a difficult year. But for North Carolina Baptists, – and others throughout the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) – it also was a year of church planting, strong missions giving, outreach and signs of hope for the future.

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  • Calvinism team meets for second time

    November 7 2012 by Baptist Press | with 0 comments

    An advisory team on the issue of Calvinism met for the second time in Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 5-6, Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee President Frank Page reported after members of the 19-member group convened.

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  • Calvinism team listens, learns at first meeting

    September 4 2012 by Art Toalston, Baptist Press | with 0 comments

    An advisory team on the issue of Calvinism met “to listen, to learn and to hope,” Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) Executive Committee President Frank Page reported after the 16-member group met Aug. 29-30 in Nashville, Tenn.

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  • Frank Page discusses SBC issues at forum

    August 21 2012 by Craig Sanders, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Frank Page discusses SBC issues at forum

    “The local church is God’s plan to attack the gates of hell,” said Frank Page, president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s (SBC) Executive Committee, during a special forum at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (SBTS). R. Albert Mohler Jr., Southern’s president, hosted Page for a discussion of major issues in the Southern Baptist Convention.

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  • N.C. seminary’s Akin named to Calvinism advisory team

    August 16 2012 by Michael Foust, Baptist Press | with 0 comments

    Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee President Frank Page has announced the members of an advisory team who will help him craft a strategic plan to bring together various groups within the convention who hold different opinions on the issue of Calvinism.

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