Weighing in on faith and life.
B.H. Carroll faculty members, students, and those who support its mission desire to create dialog and stoke critical thinking about important topics which relate to faith and life in this world. Below are posts from diverse authors, whose views contribute to the ongoing discussion of these areas. The positions of the authors are their own and do not necessarily represent the views of B.H. Carroll Theological Seminary, its faculty, and its governors.
Tomlin, who the governors also promoted to full professor, joined B. H. Carroll in 2019 and has served for the past four years as Carroll Fellow for Faith & Heritage and director of the seminary’s institutional effectiveness program.
Our difficulties are real and present and weighty. Perhaps all that is in sight is a tiny speck of hope. But we can trust the Light of the world to hear our honest prayers and to ease our anxious thoughts.
A Christian vision for love, friendship, and marriage.
How can we “give thanks” without denying the reality of suffering?
Being a part of the local body of believers was critical for the early church and must carry equal weight for us today.
A remarkable story of God’s faithfulness through Arcadis’ journey from persecuted pastor to freedom in the United States.
In the US, veterans and chaplains have a long history of serving together. In fact, military chaplains actually predate the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
B. H. Carroll Theological Seminary “coming home” to FBC Arlington’s Wade Building IRVING, Texas (Oct. 23, 2023)--B. H. Carroll Theological Seminary, which will officially become a part of the East Texas Baptist University in late...
You are cherished. You are wanted. Anyone who confesses that Jesus Christ is Lord, and who believes in their heart that God raised Christ from the dead will be saved. Accepted completely and forever.
As an undergraduate, I attended a chapel service that marked me. The speaker, though well-intentioned, declared that some are called, and some are supposed to support the called.