Since 2009, Baptist Seminary of Kentucky has hosted an annual lecture series in honor of Dr. Glenn E. Hinson. The E. Glenn Hinson Lecture Series honors the life and work of Dr. E. Glenn Hinson by inviting lecturers who share his passion for Christian scholarship in and for the life of the church and the … Continue reading
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In times like these, taking a step toward the first Pentecost
By Paul Baxley The second chapter of Acts makes clear that from our very first day, the Church of Jesus Christ included people “from every nation under heaven.” By the powerful gifting of the Holy Spirit, the first disciples were able to preach the Gospel in ways understandable to people who came from many cultures … Continue reading
Volviendo al primer pentecostés, en tiempos como estos
Por Paul Baxley El segundo capítulo de Hechos deja en claro que desde nuestro primer día, la Iglesia de Jesucristo incluyó a personas “de todas las naciones bajo el cielo“. Mediante el poderoso don del Espíritu Santo, los primeros discípulos pudieron predicar el Evangelio de manera comprensible para las personas que vinieron de muchas culturas … Continue reading
Which would you prefer? Babel or Pentecost?
A friend from the Middle East is in a serious relationship with an American of another race. Her two children, born in the Middle East but raised in the U.S., are dating women from Asia. No one thinks anything about it. After all, they are all minorities…the other. Yet, when someone from another race becomes … Continue reading