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SBC DIGEST: Connect316 to shift to prayer for June 11 meeting; Women & Work discussion slated for inaugural meeting
DALLAS (BP) -- Connect316 has changed its program -- now to focus on prayer -- for its Monday evening meeting, June 11, following the concluding session of the SBC Pastors' Conference.
"Prayer will be our only agenda," Will Hall, editor of the Baptist Message in Louisiana, wrote in an email distribution Saturday morning, June 2.
Connect316, an organization advocating a "traditionalist" view of the doctrine of salvation, "has heard the heart of our [SBC] president, Dr. Steve Gaines ... Read More
SBC DIGEST: Alvin Reid resigns at Southeastern; Connect316 leader resigns over 'reprehensible' Facebook post; Karen Prior hit by bus in NashvilleEvangelism prof Alvin Reid resigns at Southeastern for personal/spiritual reasons; Connect316 leader resigns over 'reprehensible' Facebook post; Karen Swallow Prior hit by bus while walking in Nashville Read More
Connect316 honors Steve Gaines with Jerry Vines AwardPHOENIX (BP) -- Presentation of an award to Southern Baptist Convention President Steve Gaines and advocacy by Alabama pastor Eric Hankins of "loyal opposition to the rise of Calvinism in the SBC" were among emphases at the Connect316 banquet June 13 in conjunction with the SBC annual meeting in Phoenix.
Connect316 -- a coalition of Southern Baptists who advocate what they call a "traditionalist" understanding of the doctrine of salvation and disagree with some points of what they call "New Calvinism" -- also hosted a panel discussion at the banquet exploring the relationship between evangelism and the doctrine of salvation. Read More
Connect316 defends 'traditionalist' doctrinesST. LOUIS (BP) -- Cooperation among Southern Baptists with diverse theological views, the definition of "Gospel" and the extent of the atonement were among the topics addressed at the Connect316 banquet June 14 in conjunction with the Southern Baptist Convention's annual meeting in St. Louis.
Connect316 -- a coalition of Southern Baptists who advocate what they call a "traditionalist" understanding of the doctrine of salvation and disagree with some points of so-called "New Calvinism" -- also presented Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary President Paige Patterson with the Jerry Vines Award for the Promotion of Whosoever Will Doctrine in Southern Baptist Life. Read More