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Muslim Misconceptions

Three Christian misconceptions about Muslims (Part 2)

J.D. Greear — March 26, 2015

In my last post, I discussed three common misconception that Muslims have about Christians. Today, I will be exposing three misconceptions that Christians often believe concerning Muslims. When the average Westerner hears “Muslim,” a number of images come to mind—mostly negative. But most Muslims would be just as horrified as we are at the assumptions…

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Muslim Misconceptions

Three Muslim misconceptions about Christians (Part 1)

J.D. Greear — March 24, 2015

The history of Islam and Christianity is hardly an amiable one. Many people from both religions view the other with suspicion (at best) or fear and hatred (at worst). This suspicion existed from day one, and centuries of violence have only served to heighten it. Tragically, the border between Christianity and Islam has all too…

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Rainer - Fearful Leadership

Eight signs of fearful leadership

Thom Rainer — March 20, 2015

Over the past few years, I’ve heard the phrase “courageous leadership” used to describe the trait of those leaders who are making a difference today. Unfortunately, we also know many who are in leadership positions where that courage is not apparent. Indeed, they demonstrate leadership that is fearful. These leaders are harmful to organizations because…

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Dr. Moore Capitol

A gospel-focused reenergizing of politics

Russell Moore — March 17, 2015

American evangelicals are, sometimes frantically, trying to adjust to an increasingly post-Christian America. We can no longer pretend that we are a “moral majority,” sharing “values” with the American mainstream. In a quest to differentiate themselves from the activism of previous generations, some younger evangelicals wish to retreat into a libertarian cultural isolationism, and some…

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Leadership and Character

The office of deacon: Character

Dan Dumas — March 13, 2015

It’s often said that one of the most important aspects of leadership is simply showing up. Just be there, and people will follow. People like their leaders to be visible. This attests to the truism that leadership begins and ends with example. It would be difficult to imagine a leadership role where this is more…

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First two years on the mission field

From the classroom to the mission field

Chandler Snyder — March 11, 2015
Biblical Womanhood

Guilty as charged

Mary Mohler — March 9, 2015
Prioritizing family prayer time

Too busy to lead family worship?

Don Whitney — March 2, 2015
Favorite Seminary Classes

Five favorite Southern Seminary classes

Trevin Wax — February 27, 2015

Events

That the man of God may be perfect, throughly furnished unto all good works.