Conversion is a Baptist’s cup of tea, fraught with diverse theologies

I. I guess you can say that we Baptists have a love affair with conversions.  Audacious, Damascus-road conversions.  If someone comes up to you on the street and asks if you’re saved, I’ll bet my Bible he’s a Baptist.  To this day, despite the fact that I’m in the ministry, I still have Baptist pastors–“preacherContinue reading “Conversion is a Baptist’s cup of tea, fraught with diverse theologies”

The death of Revivalism in Baptist Life? (part 2)

“We need a revival in the land!  It’s the only way to get this country back on track.” That’s the sentiment I hear often when I speak to Baptists about evangelism.  Revivals are, after all, one of the primary ways Baptists have brought God to the masses.  Hope in revival is a hope in convertingContinue reading “The death of Revivalism in Baptist Life? (part 2)”