Posts by Jeff Robinson

Ortlund: Proclaim the Gospel in the power of God and in the weakness of man

The Gospel of Christ can be preached with power only through preachers who have themselves been crucified, noted…

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Second annual Fuller conference examines British Baptists in the 17th century

Being a Baptist in seventeenth century England was anything but easy. Abraham Cheare, a Baptist pastor at Plymouth,…

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SBTS students take God’s Word to Muslim-dominated region

It is difficult for Christians in America to imagine a geographical area populated by 70 million persons that…

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The local church must be an outpost of Gospel-centered peace, Sande tells SBTS students

Local churches that cultivate a culture of peace see healthy spiritual fruit born in its individual members, Ken…

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New SBJT encourages study of the early church

Should historical amnesia be an option for the average Christian? Knowing church history, particularly as it relates to…

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Robust Christian worldview needed to confront New Atheism, argues new book by Mohler

There is a new atheism afoot in the marketplace of ideas, and it presents a far more potent…

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SBTS’ oldest living alumnus marks 100 years of life and eight decades of faithful ministry

MT. JULIET, Tenn.—In 1932, the Great Depression forced W.L. Baker to cast his seminary education entirely on the…

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Southern Seminary – FamilyLife partnership already bearing fruit

A partnership forged last fall between The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and FamilyLife Ministries is already helping the…

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Criswell College professor Denny Burk appointed dean of Boyce College

R. Albert Mohler Jr., president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, on Monday announced the appointment of Criswell…

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Equipping the persecuted, reaching the lost: Southern students minister in South Asia

Equipping the persecuted, reaching the lost: Southern The nationals thronged around the Americans as they walked the streets.…

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