Southern Baptist Consensus and Renewal A Biblical, Historical, and Theological Proposal
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Description: When former United States presidents Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton announced the establishment of a broadly inclusive “New Baptist Covenant” that will be launched in early 2008, excluded from the proceedings were leaders from the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC). Recognizing the need for both conviction and cooperation, for confessional commitments and biblical unity, Union University president David Dockery rallies Southern Baptists anew “for such a time as this” inSouthern Baptist Consensus and Renewal, a prophetic, clarion call to cooperation, unity, and renewal throughout the SBC. Many issues today threaten to sidetrack Southern Baptists from advancing the gospel, missions, and theological education together. Dockery urges them to focus on their confessional heritage and renew their commitment to truth, to doctrinal fidelity, and to the Christ-centered message of the gospel.
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Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
Publication date: 6/1/2008
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.20" long x 0.55" tall
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|Giving Glory to God: Baptist Worship Then and Now|
|Serving Church and Society: A Vision for Baptist Education|
|Rediscovering Our Theological Heritage: Learning from the Past as We Look to the Future|
|Praying for Church and Convention Leaders: Character, Conviction, and Cooperation|