Tag Archives: SBTS

Is SBTS President Albert Mohler a Racist?

By | June 12, 2018

A claim of racial superiority denies our common humanity, our common sinfulness, our common salvation through faith in Christ, and God’s purpose to create a common new humanity in Christ. You cannot preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and hold to any notion of racial superiority. It is impossible. America has yet to deal with the lessons of… Read More »

A Scoffer’s Review of T4G 2018

By | April 16, 2018

  T4G 2018 is now history. CJ Mahaney, undoubtedly under pressure from his gospelly buddies, once again withdrew from the conference, just as he was forced to do in 2014.  It appears the T4G crew learned something from their 2014 public relations disaster – Mahaney was not only not sitting in the front row, he was nowhere to… Read More »

Influential Baptist Leaders Growing Tired of Mohler and Moore

By | November 11, 2016

“Like all voters, American Christians will enter the voting booth and, we hope, vote as led by their consciences. But leaders are held to a much higher standard, and continued public arguments that offer cover for Donald Trump are now not only implausible but excruciating.” So said Albert Moher in an October 9, 2016 article he wrote for… Read More »