Category Archives: Southern Baptist

I Awoke from a Dream this Morning

It is, at this moment, 9:39 a.m. I awoke from a dream this morning. It was a vivid dream, short. I lay in bed for a few minutes, pondering the dream. I realized I had to post it, this morning. I went … Continue reading

Posted in Abomination, Banks, Christendom, Christian Colleges, Church of the Nazarene, Deeper Life, Discipleship, Simpson University, Southern Baptist | 4 Comments

When someone does a cut-and-paste job of Romans 1

Most of us have seen those cut-and-paste jobs of Romans 1: 18-27 or 18-32 an awful lot of times.  I rarely reply to these sincere folks, but I did just now on another blog, A Flock of Crows.  I’ve made these points … Continue reading

Posted in Clobber Passages, Homosexuality, Homosexuality and the Bible, Marriage Equality, Paul Gays, Paul Homosexuality, Religion, Romans, Romans Gays, Romans Homosexuality, Southern Baptist | 22 Comments

Ex-Southern Baptist Pastor Ted Hayes–80 Years Old and Still Speaking His Mind

I received this from Dr. Ted Hayes, a retired Southern Baptist pastor living in Kingston, New York, a few days ago ( 2012/08/06).  Thanks for sharing this, Pastor Hayes. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * … Continue reading

Posted in Bible, Christianity, Gay Christians, Homosexuality, Homosexuality and the Bible, Life and Testimony, Pastoral Ministry, Southern Baptist, Testimony | 16 Comments

Four Days among Southern Baptists: A Lesson in Diversity

Thursday I’ve spent the last few days on a Southern Baptist site, interacting with a pastor named Chris who was asking for advice about how to pursue his campaign to pass “marriage protection” legislation yet be viewed as compassionate, and not a bigot.  … Continue reading

Posted in Devotional, Diversity, Southern Baptist | 20 Comments