Baptist and Anglican Discussion on the Doctrine of the Church

Baptist and Anglican Discussion on the Doctrine of the Church December 12, 2019

I had the pleasure of being involved in a terrific panel discussion at the Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary library about the doctrine of the church. It was a cracking good time chatting with Dr. John Hammett (Senior Professor of Systematic Theology and the John Leadley Dagg Chair of Systematic Theology) and Dr. Scott Hildreth (Assistant Professor of Global Studies and George Liele Director of the Center for Great Commission Studies) about Anglicanism, baptism, mission, and multi-site churches.

There was a contest between Anglicans and Southern Baptists as to whose denomination had the worst origins: Anglicans with King Henry VIII’s wife and succession problem or Southern Baptists who were founded as a pro-slavery denomination.

Oh man, you have to listen to the discussion right at the end about multi-site churches, or, as I called it, “The pink elephant in the room with the rainbow afro.” See 47:30 minute mark.

Plus, I have the best attire, blue suit, flowery shirt, and WBC NT commentary socks!


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