By David Roach
NASHVILLE (Baptist Press)–Media reports of apparent lies by NBC News anchor Brian Williams and President Obama have become an occasion for Southern Baptist counseling professors to reflect on why people lie and how to stop. Continue reading In Baptist Press article, NOBTS counseling prof weighs in on issue of lying
Camp Logos is a 3-day hands-on seminar to help you unleash the power of Logos Bible Software. During the course of the seminar, you will increase the effectiveness of your Bible study and discover practical tools available with Logos. The camp will be held May 18-20 on the campus of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Continue reading Camp Logos is May 18-20 at NOBTS
How can pastors connect the agenda of the Kingdom of Christ to the cultures of local congregations for the sake of the mission of the gospel in the world? What role does the pulpit play in addressing issues of ethics and religious liberty?
These are two key questions the upcoming Preach the Word 2015 workshop will seek to answer.
Franklin Avenue Baptist Church in New Orleans will host the Preach the Word conference Tuesday, March 31, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The one-day preaching workshop will feature Dr. Russell Moore, president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission. Moore will address the three key topics of Kingdom, Culture, and Mission, and discuss how ministers can effectively and faithfully preach in light of each.
Pre-Registration Cost is $10. NOBTS students may register for free. For more event information, go to joinnoba.com. Register online at Eventbrite.
By: Jonathan Patterson
To many political conservatives, the term “social justice” reeks of progressive liberalism—the idea of state-mandated “redistribution of wealth.” Yet the idea of “social justice” is neither something that we can/should ignore nor is it simply to be a rallying cry for the political left. In fact, “social justice” is a biblical mandate, the neglect of which can have (and has had) disastrous consequences. Continue reading Social Justice: An Institution of God or of the State