Heavy-hitting SBC Abortion Abolition Resolution Authors Respond to SBC Academics

On June 22nd, an article was published in Public Discourse, titled Why We Opposed an Anti-Abortion Resolution at the Southern Baptist Convention (hereafter referred to simply as “the article” or “the SBC Academics’ critique”). The article bears the names of seven authors, who are all academics in the Southern Baptist Convention and one former presidentContinue reading “Heavy-hitting SBC Abortion Abolition Resolution Authors Respond to SBC Academics”

Mother of Nine Expecting Special Needs Child

Published here without any editing is an example of some of the feedback we were getting regarding our resolution during last week’s SBC Annual Meeting in Nashville: I am the mother of 9 children, bio and adopted, and some of my kids have severe special needs. They depend on me. I am also 21 weeksContinue reading “Mother of Nine Expecting Special Needs Child”

Why Do We Need Another SBC Resolution on Abortion?

by Clay Hall, pastor of Lake City Baptist Church in Grand Rivers, Kentucky By my count, since our first anti-abortion resolution in 1976, our convention of churches has adopted no less than 51 resolutions condemning abortion. Why do we need a 52nd? What can we possibly say that hasn’t already been said? As Southern Baptists,Continue reading “Why Do We Need Another SBC Resolution on Abortion?”

What about Ectopic Pregnancies?

Question: “Can you tell me what the abolitionist’s stance on medically necessary abortions. As a woman who has been in this rare situation, I’m interested to know where this movement falls on that.” It’s essential to take the time and honestly consider these critically important matters.  There are rare times in a pregnancy when theContinue reading “What about Ectopic Pregnancies?”

Are We Consistent in our Pro-Life Profession and Practice?

By Dusty Deevers, Pastor, Grace Community Church of Elgin, OK. The State of Oklahoma has become “ground zero” in the fight for social justice on behalf of the most vulnerable in our world, preborn children. Oklahoma is regularly awarded as the “most Pro-life state in the Union” in Americans United for Life’s annual rankings. Every singleContinue reading “Are We Consistent in our Pro-Life Profession and Practice?”