My Glimpse of the SBC’s Race Machine

Ralph Ellison’s 1952 novel Invisible Man is a Molotov cocktail. It presents a complex legacy of America’s racial history. The book’s length and experimental prose style make it dizzying. But that’s arguably the point: America has been driven so crazy by its irresolvable racial grudges that the only truthful response to racial problems is dizziness.…

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My translation of a recent Southwestern Baptist Press release

Those of you who follow Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, led by the man pictured below (Adam Greenway) may have become aware of certain controversial occurrences on the Fort Worth campus. Events there are complex, but I have been fortunate enough to study many languages, so my translation skills may help you make sense of things.…

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SBC INSIDER: The thing about church “wolves” is that they look like sheep–watch what they do

In this edition of SBC INSIDER, Tom and Bobby talk about the resistance growing in the SBC to the Old Boys’ Network orbiting around Mohler and Moore; they discuss how people who want the SBC to return to stronger Biblical ground need to stand up to the “wolves” in sheep’s clothing that Jesus warned against.…

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