Two Whiffs At Southern Baptist Convention Annual Meeting

The SBC’s annual convention in Indianapolis has concluded for the most part. A couple of important items of business received votes. First, the Convention failed to restrict the office of pastor to men. The vote did not achieve the 2/3 supermajority required to pass the motion. That means female pastors […]

Friendly Ave. Baptist Pastor Placed on Administrative Leave

An article at the Christian Post follows up on a story we had described here recently. The corrupt Biden Justice Department is prosecuting the new pastor of Friendly Avenue Baptist Church. Understandably, the church felt the need to place this pastor on administrative leave this past weekend. There was really […]

#MeToo In The Southern Baptist Convention: Beware Leftists Taking Over Conservative Churches and Denominations

The #MeToo movement became popularized during recent years. This movement consists of women making allegations of sexual assault or impropriety against men. These allegations often turn out to be false. Many women use these type of allegations to achieve some other objective. High profile examples include Justice Clarence Thomas, Justice […]

Southern Baptist Convention Voices Support of Schumer/ Biden Illegal Immigration Bill

The bill that elicited unprecedented levels of outrage this week has attracted support from a seemingly unlikely source. The Dissenter reports that the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission and its director– Brent Leatherwood– are supporting the open borders bill pushed by the democratic socialists Chuck Schumer and […]

“Unify Project” Another SBC Swerve To The Left

I recently became aware of an initiative led by two former presidents of the Southern Baptist Convention. It is called the “Unify Project”. What is the purpose of this project? It is putatively to further racial reconciliation. The question then arises as to how this program works. The website gives […]

Has the Southern Baptist Convention Been Taken Over By The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship?

First, a bit of background for those unfamiliar with the history. Back during the 1960’s and 1970’s, the Southern Baptist Convention was controlled by liberals. With all the social turmoil that was occurring at that time, the convention’s leadership was more similar to liberal mainline Protestantism than they were to […]