Wednesday, September 21, 2011

The Southern Baptist Convention Wants To Change It's Name

"Southern Baptist Convention Wants to Change It's Name"

The nation’s largest Protestant denomination may be getting a new name.

The Southern Baptist Convention isn’t just for the South anymore, its president contends, and rebranding could open up other parts of the country to new churches. It’s a strategy other denominations are trying, and at least one is claiming success.

SBC President Bryant Wright announced Monday at an executive committee meeting in Nashville that he’s set up a study group to research changing the 166-year-old denomination’s name.

“There are not a lot of folks in New York City interested in going to a Southern Baptist church,” he said. “Or in Cheyenne, Wyoming, or Boise, Idaho.”


Ken Silva who I wish would figure out the truth about Walter Martin...thinks they should rename themselves "SLOWLY BECOMING CATHOLIC".

In closing this, for now, let’s return to the proposed name change for the SBC. Now we will consider once again that there’s a rapidly growing fad within the for practicing the spurious CSM, which actually flowered throughout the antibiblical monastic traditions of the apostate Roman Catholic Church.

You may recall the following foolishess: Alabama Baptist Convention (SBC) Encourages You To Learn Lectio Divina From Apostate Tony Jones and In Touch Magazine Of Charles Stanley Promoting Contemplative New Monasticism and Dr. Ed Young Promoting Contemplative Spirituality/Mysticism For His Southern Baptists.

So I suggest the SBC finally just go ahead and accept their new name: Slowly Becoming Catholic


I didn't realize Ed Young was SBC....

He sponsered this conference that Ken Silva put a video up from...but then Rick Warren is SBC too...

Why did they call it the Rise of the Iguana...[a rather odd name]




There is one for 2012...

C3 2012 - Promo from Fellowship Church on Vimeo.



You'll see there are many preachers invited like Steven Furtick and Pedro Garcia of Calvary Chapel Kendall.

The SBC in my opinion is a totally apostate denomination.

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