Recently a hilarious website called the BabylonBee has taken the evangelical world by storm. It is a parody site that shares poignantly funny (and fake) new stories that often hit close to evangelical stereotypes. Some of my personal favorites so far have been: “John Piper Gently Informs David Platt that Everyone Knows about Secret Church,” … Continue reading State Baptist Editors and This Week’s Fake SBC Controversy
And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near – Hebrews 10:24-25 The New Testament has no category for a “me and Jesus … Continue reading How Should Someone Think about the Sunday Gathering?
B21 exists to be a voice for the next generation of pastors and leaders in the SBC, but we also began with a strong commitment of honoring the past. Many great men have come before us, and we have taken the last three posts to honor one. ICYMI, check out Part One and Part Two. W. A. Criswell … Continue reading A Tribute to Criswell: Part 3 Pastor of the Local Church
The most wonderful time of the year for every Southern Baptist is coming, and registration for this years B21 Lunch Panel at the SBC is now open! You can register here! For a little extra incentive, if you secure your spot before May you get a discounted ticket with our early bird special! Where: St. Louis … Continue reading Registration for the B21 Panel at SBC St. Louis is now open!
The above video is from Southeastern Seminary’s Spring Convocation 2014 when they installed Jim Shaddix as the W. A. Criswell Chair of Expository Preaching. It features Criswell’s sermon from the 1985 Pastor’s Conference at the Southern Baptist Convention entitled “Whether we Live or Die” that was a watershed moment in the battle over the Bible … Continue reading A Tribute to Criswell: Part 2 Preacher of the SBC