Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Southern Baptists after the Revolution

This is an interesting article written by Timothy George at Beeson Divinity School. This is a must read for any Southern Baptist church member to read through and think about.


Doubtless, many voted for Page because of his strong support for the Cooperative Program, an important issue for a denomination that has to raise an annual budget of $200 million from voluntary giving. Still, his election was unexpected and can best be explained by an odd coalition of diverse subgroups within the Southern Baptist Convention that came together in Greensboro to register their concerns. At least five such groups can be identified.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Very good informative article!