June 1, 2013

Talk About a Calvinist Take Over...

Bob Allen, Associated Baptist Press

An ad-hoc task force appointed to study Calvinism’s impact on the Southern Baptist Convention says the 2000 Baptist Faith and Message is a sufficient guide for orthodoxy in the nation’s second-largest faith group behind Roman Catholics.

“We should call upon all Southern Baptists to promote the unity we share within The Baptist Faith and Message and, while recognizing that most Southern Baptists will believe and teach more than what that confession contains, we must never believe or teach less,” the 16-member task force says in a 3,200-word report published online at SBC Life.

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