Registration for the B21 Lunch Panel at this year’s SBC is now open.
When: June 14th, during the SBC lunch break (roughly 12pm-1pm)
Where: Phoenix Convention Center (PCC), West Building in Room 301A
What: A lunch panel discussion on Mission, the SBC, and more…
- General Registration (April 26th – June 10th) – $15
Note: This $15 will include a lunch. We understand that $15 may seem high, but it is an average price at convention centers. We are not doing this to make money. In fact, we are attempting to raise money with sponsors to keep the cost at $15. Lunch in Phoenix downtown area will be costly, why not spend the time at a lunch listening to men like John Piper and David Platt talk about critical issues for the church. Thanks for considering this and we hope to see you there!!
Baptist21 is excited to announce that we will once again host a panel at this year’s Southern Baptist Convention to be held in Phoenix, AZ.
Topic: A discussion on issues in the SBC, particularly “Mission”
When: During the Tuesday Lunch break of the SBC (June 14th)
There are still many details to be determined, such as: location, cost, etc… stay tuned for more information in the days ahead
Some have asked for resources on what is going on with Rob Bell’s new book, “Love Wins.” Here are the resources that we have found to be most helpful. In addition, today at 2:30pm The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary will be live-streaming a discussion of the book with Albert Mohler, Russell Moore, Denny Burk, and Justin Taylor
B21 would like to make our readers aware of an outstanding conference coming up at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. SEBTS will be hosting its annual 20/20 conference. This year’s topic is “Conversing with Culture: Theology that Plays in Coffee Shops, Classrooms, or Cathedrals.”
Believers are often confronted with hard questions: Why do you believe what you believe? Why does God allow suffering in the world? Is Christianity the only way to salvation? Why should I believe that God exists? What about homosexuality and abortion? Christianity gives answers, but sometimes those answers are at odds with the prevailing cultural mood. Can Christians love truth and at the same time strive to win those around them? How do those conversations go?
This conference uses theology, literature, philosophy, real-life conversations, and reason to explain how faith in the Christian God is a soundly rational belief, held by thoughtful people who can communicate their faith in a way that is persuasive and compassionate. As always, we will explore God’s witness and his gospel in the midst of a skeptical, morally confused culture.
When: Feb. 4-5
Where: Binklely Chapel on the campus of SEBTS
Speakers (for more information about the speakers)
- Daniel Akin
- Albert Mohler
- J. Budziszewski
- Michael Green
- Bruce Little
Breakout Sessions: Besides the main sessions covering “Conversing with Culture” there will be several break out sessions – check them out here
Cost: $35 general admission – REGISTER FOR THIS CONFERENCE
Baptist21 held its 2nd annual B21 Panel at the SBC. The panel took place in Orlando during Tuesday’s Lunch at the SBC. The members of the panel were Danny Akin, Matt Chandler, Ronnie Floyd, Johnny Hunt, Albert Mohler, David Platt, Jimmy Scroggins, and Ed Stetzer. The panel discussed issues pertaining to the gospel, the SBC and its future, the Great Commission Resurgence, and more.
In addition, Baptist21 would like our readers to be aware of the discussion that took place on the Tuesday night of the Southern Baptist Convention at the 9marks@9 event. During that event Danny Akin, Mark Dever, Albert Mohler, and David Platt discussed some very important topics. They addressed Platt’s sermon from the previous night, the importance of the GCR, next steps for the SBC and individual pastors, the health of the SBC, the importance of attending the national meeting (check the Mohler quote at about 11:30-12:30), the future of theological education, and more.
Baptist21 is so grateful for the Media Services department at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. They graciously served us through recording the panel. We are indebted to them.
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