Call for Papers

  The 2022 Free Will Baptist Theological Symposium will be held October 3-4 on the campus of Welch College. This year’s theme is the Legacy of Robert Picirilli. For well over 60 years, Dr. Picirilli has been shaping the theological life and direction of the National Association of Free Will Baptists. Through his many years as a professor, Historical Commission …

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Commission Member Publishes Book

by Theological Commission This past week, Kregel Academic released Commission Chairman Matt Pinson’s latest book, 40 Questions about Arminianism. Pinson’s book is a unique work whose survey of Arminianism is accessible, scholarly, and thorough. Visit the Everyday Theology podcast to hear him discuss this exciting new book. Kregel is a respected evangelical publisher whose 40 Questions series has been an …

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Convention Seminar Set

by Theological Commission This summer the Commission for Theological Integrity will sponsor an annual Convention seminar, a session it has been holding for decades. The title of the seminar will be, “Men’s and Women’s Roles in the Home and Church.” The seminar will be structured as five brief presentations by each Commissioner on different aspects of the subject, followed by …

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More Insights on Feet Washing

Theological Commission In 2006, our Commission Chairman published what many of us have come to see as the go-to book on feet washing, The Washing of the Saints’ Feet (Randall House). A few years after its publication, Pinson was interviewed about this book by Robert Vaughn. Given the recent excerpt we published from one Presbyterian theologian, we wanted to call …

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Presbyterian Praise for Feet Washing

W. Jackson Watts I’ve always chuckled whenever I’ve heard Southern Baptist friends recoil defensively against the practice of feet washing as an ordinance. While there actually are some Southern Baptists here and there who have practiced this biblical rite, they join most other mainstream, larger Protestant denominations in rejecting its literal observance. I chuckle because they often give some of …

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