EARON M. JAMES SR.: The sacred desk comes with responsibility. One aspect of this responsibility is to speak prophetically in confronting sin.
BRANDON D. SMITH: Eternal generation is largely a mystery, but it helps us make sense of the relationship between the Father and Son.
DAYTON HARTMAN: The early church demanded more than rugged individualism.
MATTHEW Y. EMERSON: Early British Baptist life exhibited two different ways of relating to the creeds and confessions of earlier Christian thought.
TREVIN WAX: We are not the first to encounter these texts. And our Christianity stretches back through the ages, where a tomb is still empty.
JOSHUA HEDGER: Implementing a biblical and historical liturgy for our church is theologically weighty and immensely practical.
DAVID RATHEL: Baptists are not exactly known for their catholicity, but John Gill sets a good example.
BRANDON D. SMITH: Biblical concepts and judgments about God's identity helped the early church formulate the creeds.
R. LUCAS STAMPS AND MATTHEW Y. EMERSON: Substitution, recapitulation, and victory go hand-in-hand.
STEPHEN O. PRESLEY: May we also hand down this faith entrusted to us to every new member that walks through our doors.