A Solemn Appeal for a Serious Approach to Licensure and Ordination – Part 2

(The following is Part 2 of a 5-Part series of posts adapted from Tim Campbell’s “A Solemn Appeal for a Serious Approach to Licensure and Ordination,” presented at the theological trends seminar at the 2014 FWB National Association Meeting. Readers who desire a copy of the full-length presentation can request this by emailing their request to fwbtheology@gmail.com) Disregarding Scriptural Qualifications There is …

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A Solemn Appeal for a Serious Approach to Licensure and Ordination – Part 1

(The following is Part 1 of a 5-Part series of posts adapted from Tim Campbell’s “A Solemn Appeal for a Serious Approach to Licensure and Ordination,” presented at the theological trends seminar at the 2014 FWB National Association Meeting. Readers who desire a copy of the full-length presentation can request this by emailing their request to fwbtheology@gmail.com) Introduction These reflections are born …

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Theology and the Courts

by Jackson Watts Recently the United States Supreme Court handed down several rulings on cases heard during their most recent term. This was nothing extraordinary. Typically during the summer months Americans hear from the highest court in the land—sometimes prompting relief, and other times bewilderment. Nevertheless, this is part of our unique civil experience. Many Christians concerned with religious liberty …

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Fulfilling Our Purpose

by Matthew Pinson   The purpose of the Commission for Theological Integrity of the National Association of Free Will Baptists is threefold: “(1) to alert our people to theological trends that could threaten our theological integrity as a denomination, (2) to prepare materials that will contribute to the continued preservation of the theological integrity of the denomination, and (3) as …

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Evangelism in the Post-Christian West

2014 Theological Symposium Announced The Commission for Theological Integrity invites you to take part in the 18th annual Theological Symposium, October 27-28, on the Campus of Welch College in Nashville, Tennessee. This year’s symposium will explore “Evangelism in the Post-Christian West” and will include a panel discussion featuring Dr. Mark Coppenger, professor of apologetics and director of Southern Seminary’s Nashville …

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