Why Voddie Baucham should not be nominated for SBC President

Coming out against the hypothetical, though very possible, nomination of Voddie Baucham for president of the Southern Baptist Convention seems counterintuitive for a Christian to take. I am not writing this as an outright rebuke of Voddie Baucham and his stateside church remaining in the SBC, though they should exit. However I am writing this […]

Voddie Baucham joins Conservative Baptist Network Steering Counsel

In the past, Evangelical Dark Web has reported on the very large number of people on the Conservative Baptist Network Steering Counsel. The latest to join this counsel is Voddie Baucham. The latest move seems aimed at bringing more legitimacy to the last ditch effort to save the Southern Baptist Convention by theologically orthodox Baptists. […]

Can Ed Litton survive SermonGate?

The walls may be closing in on Ed Litton as his scandals mount, the most notorious one being sermongate. After being caught with partialism on his church‘s website, Ed Litton’s sermon of Romans one drew attention when he stated that the bible whispers about sexual sin, but this line would not be the only similarity […]

Liberal Drift Dominates SBC21: Ed Litton elected President

The heated annual Southern Baptist Convention of 2021 concludes the most eventful day with a slew of decisive defeats for the Conservative Resurgence 2.0. All of the anger against Resolution 9 was quickly assuaged when the elites of the SBC gave the messengers the runaround. But the most obvious defeat was the election of Ed […]

Mike Stone to be nominated for SBC President

It is no secret how divided the Southern Baptist Convention is, especially over the issue of Critical Race Theory. The campaign for the next president of the convention in 2021 appears to be highly contentious over this issue. It has been announced that Pastor Mike Stone will throw his hat in the ring. The Christian […]

Conservative Baptist Network unveils Georgia state chapter

The last time I reported on the organization founded to prevent the downgrade of the Southern Baptist Convention, I noted my concern over the National Steering Council growing well beyond its effective capacity when it reached 50 members. I did not report the when it jumped to 52. Now it has increased to 54 with […]

State Senators join Conservative Baptist Network Steering Council

The Conservative Baptist Network made the announcement that its Steering Council would add two more members. Both are state politicians. This is definitely an instance where I have mixed thoughts. So I want to show you their announcement before I further comment Press Release BOSSIER CITY, La. —Today, the Conservative Baptist Network is pleased to […]

Conservative Baptist Network unveils Steering Council

Pastors, laymen, denominational leaders among the diverse group providing support and leadership to the grassroots Baptist movement BOSSIER CITY— Following a widely-reported launch in February, the Conservative Baptist Network releases today a steering council of 48 pastors, laymen, and denominational leaders who represent and support the continually growing group of conservative Baptists. The diverse group […]

DarkLinks 33: Grassroots reactions to Conservative Baptist Network

Last week the Conservative Baptist Network was formed, sending shockwaves in the embattled Southern Baptist Convention prior to what is increasingly looking like a high contentious convention in Orlando this summer. This was just after the announcement of Hosanna Wong and other poor invite choices for the SBCPC, however this was not in response to […]

Pastors, laymen launch Conservative Baptist Network

The following is a press release BOSSIER CITY—A significant number of pastors and laymen, motivated by a passionate desire to keep the Southern Baptist Convention anchored to the inerrancy and sufficiency of God’s Word, have formed the Conservative Baptist Network. The Network is the product of a grassroots movement that developed organically in the hearts […]