Greg Wills on “Southern Seminary, Southern Baptists, and the Two Religions”

Dr. Greg Wills gave his Faculty Address here at SBTS last week, and it was a fascinating analysis of the “realist” policy pursued by liberals who knew they had to hide what they really thought from the people in the churches who funded their livelihoods.

So, those liberals happily took money given to train pastors, knowing full well that they did not believe what they were being paid to teach. Rather than teach what the people funding them wanted taught–the faith once for all entrusted to the saints–the liberals tried to win converts to their enlightened revisionism.

This is well worth a careful listen:

Dr. Gregory A. Wills, “Southern Seminary, Southern Baptists & the Two Religions,” Faculty Address, March 11, 2009.

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