Posts by Andrew J.W. Smith

Southern Baptist leaders to promote worldview development at March conference

Noted Southern Baptist leaders will headline the “Driven By Truth: Worldview Conference” at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary,…

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Robert Jones to join SBTS faculty as biblical counseling professor

The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary has appointed Robert D. Jones as associate professor of biblical counseling. Jones joins…

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God calls ministers to preach despite tribulation, says Mohler at Southern Seminary winter commencement

God sends ministers into a troubled world with the confidence of the gospel, said President R. Albert Mohler…

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Justification still matters, writes Schreiner in new book

It’s been nearly 500 years since the start of the Protestant Reformation and the doctrine of justification is…

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Family of Boyce College student shares his ‘miraculous’ recovery after skateboarding accident

Every parent’s nightmare became a reality for Brett and Lora Fathauer Sept. 18 when they received a call…

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Faithfulness not fame should motivate ministry, says Louisville pastor

Christian pastors and leaders should build their ministries soley upon the foundation of the unmerited grace of the…

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Counseling homosexuals involves ‘speaking truth in love,’ leaders say

Christian counselors should be able to speak lovingly and winsomely to people struggling with homosexual attraction, said evangelical…

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Butterfield, former lesbian and LGBT activist, gives her testimony at ACBC conference

While many speakers during the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC) conference were evangelical counselors or longtime pastors,…

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First evangelical conference on transgenderism responds to unprecedented challenge

The transgender movement presents an unprecedented theological and cultural crisis for the church, said Southern Baptist scholars at…

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Speak for the Unborn leader pleads for life as babies are on the brink of death

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (SBTS) — On this July Saturday, an unusual number of people gather outside 138 West Market…

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