Archives for tag: Martin Luther

Book Notice: “That His Spirit May Be Saved” by Jeremy Kimble

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Though often passé in contemporary churches, the practice of church discipline is vital to the health and mission of the church. Jeremy Kimble, recent SEBTS PhD graduate and current Assistant Professor of Theology at Cedarville University, has published an important book that demonstrates the vitality of this oft-forgotten doctrine. In … Read More »

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Southeastern Seminary (3): A Curriculum Marked by Five Core Competencies

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[Note: This blogpost is the third installment in a five-part series which articulates and expounds Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary’s mission to be a Great Commission seminary.] In light of their desire to facilitate a learning environment consistent with the seminary’s Great Commission vision, the Southeastern faculty and administration have identified … Read More »

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Engaging Exposition (3): Seven Foundational Convictions And Commitments For Preaching And Teaching The Word of God

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1. Preaching Must Be Text-Driven So That It Truly Honors What Is In The Divine Revelation. Expository preaching allows the Scripture text to determine both the substance and the structure of the message. How one structures the Scriptures will determine how one structures the sermon. The Scriptural text drives and … Read More »

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Theology & Culture (7): Why Vocation Matters to God

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The notion of vocation (calling) is significant to any discussion of theology and culture because all of a Christian’s vocations are at the intersection of theology and culture. In our recent Theology & Culture seminar, which was the impetus for this blog series, our discussion centered on Gene Veith’s God … Read More »

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Gospel, Church, and City (4): The Gospel Produces Missional Planters & Churches

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In the fourth session of the Greenhouse Church Planter’s CoOp, we talked about building missional churches in the 21st century post-Christendom contexts. Again, we used some passages from Keller’s Manual as starting points for our discussion. At the beginning of the session, we talked about how we minister in the … Read More »

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Aspect 4(b): A Mission Focused on This Nation (Multi-Faceted, All-Encompassing, Church-Centered)

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(By: Danny Akin & Bruce Ashford) Our mission must be multi-faceted: In addition to proclaiming the gospel from inside of the four walls of a church building and in addition to community outreach programs and door-to-door visitations, we must continually remind ourselves and our congregations that everything we do matters … Read More »

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I Have a Problem

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I Have a Problem By: Alvin Reid I have a problem… I have a problem with Martin Luther. Oh yes, I know he started the Reformation and we owe him much. Yes, he gave us great hymns, Sola Scriptura, and other important contributions. But he did not come far enough … Read More »

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Contours of a Great Commission Resurgence, Part 18: The Crisis in 21st Century Preaching: A Mandate for Biblical Exposition, Part F

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Contours of a Great Commission Resurgence is a series of articles by faculty of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary that seeks to offer some definitions of what constitutes a GCR, why we believe the SBC is in need of such a movement, and what such a movement might look like in … Read More »

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