2021 Symposium Set

by Theological Commission The 2021 Theological Symposium will be held on October 4-5 on the campus of Welch College. As the pandemic subsides, the Commission is grateful to be able to resume this important gathering as an in-person event. Papers are presently being received and will be accepted…

Commission Chairman Featured on YouTube Channel

by Theological Commission For the second time in the past six months, Dr. Matt Pinson, Chairman of the Commission for Theological Integrity, was a guest on the increasingly popular YouTube program hosted by Nicholas Noyola. Noyola is a young Southern Baptist minister and seminarian who interviews biblical scholars,…

Reimagining Apologetics: A Review Essay (Part 2)

W. Jackson Watts (This is part two of a two-part review essay. Part one can be found here.) Authenticity: Problem or Opportunity? In order to appreciate fully Bailey’s approach to the imagination, we need to appreciate the environment in which he makes his proposal. Following Charles Taylor, Bailey…

Reimagining Apologetics: A Review Essay

W. Jackson Watts (This is the first of a two-part review essay. Part two will post next week) The proper way to do apologetics has preoccupied many theologians and philosophers. But anyone who talks to skeptical neighbors about Christ has some guiding assumptions about apologetic methodology, even if…

Leroy Forlines and the Heidelberg Catechism on Sanctification

Matt Pinson Recently I was reading through the Heidelberg Catechism again. This catechism is still in use by Reformed denominations such as the Christian Reformed Church, but it is not a Calvinistic confession in its doctrine of salvation. Jacobus Arminius, the forerunner of Arminianism, loved and affirmed the…
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