How to Understand Theology

The first seminary class I ever took was THEO 5301: Systematic Theology 2. I’m not sure why I started with the second survey class, but the professor began the lecture by covering the basics. In the first lecture, the professor taught me something so foundational to theology that it changed the way that I understand... Continue Reading →

A Comforting Thought

As a pastor, one of the issues that I encounter frequently is people who are afraid that they’re doing the right things for the wrong reasons. For example, a person may want to read their Bible faithfully and have a healthy prayer life. Unfortunately, the person will frequently be immobilized by the fear that they’re... Continue Reading →

Four Distinguishing Marks of Baptist Theology

One of the unique features of Baptist theology is how diverse it can be. In my own denomination, the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), a person can hold many different doctrinal positions while remaining in good standing. One popular example is the Calvinist/Arminian debate. In the SBC, we have Calvinists, Arminians, and people who claim to... Continue Reading →

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