Throughout its rich history, Southern Seminary has recognized the growing importance of cultivating a unique political theology for Baptists—one that synthesizes Baptist convictions with their roles as active citizens.
With the transgender revolution, we’re not just facing the rejection of God’s blueprint for sexuality—we’re facing a crisis in God’s blueprint for happiness.
We do not have to look far for examples of Christian nationalism emanating from the right. But equally troubling is the secular nationalism and state-driven civil religion that’s emerging from the left.
John D. Wilsey “God’s Cold Warrior”
If the social pressures against historic Christianity do increase—as I expect they will—pastors and ministers will need a deeper doctrinal foundation, one that enables them to effectively catechize and instruct congregations embedded in a neo-pagan West.
None of us know what to expect as Election Day finally arrives. But we do know what God has called us to be about.
In the Season 2 finale of the Pastor Well Podcast, Dr. York sits down with Jimmy Scroggins (Senior Pastor at the Family Church in West Palm Beach, FL) to discuss the Three Circles and preaching to the President.
Dr. York sits down with Michael Reeves (president, Union School of Theology in the UK) to discuss the Trinity, family, and the global state of Christianity.
Pastors should not be sheepish or shy about talking about religious liberty, but should instead be bold in shaping the witness of those entrusted to their spiritual care.
How can a pastor stay informed without being glued to the news?
“Segregation is a moral evil which no Christian can accept. The church must make it clear that if we are to be true witnesses of Jesus Christ, we can no longer give our allegiance to a system of segregation.”